The Dining room

The Ravoux Inn, wine shop and restaurant since 1876, has preserved its distinctively 19th-century décor and atmosphere. The delicious smells wafting in from the kitchen, the soft murmur of conversation, the ten waxed oak dining tables, the wine crates, old-fashioned bar and linen tablecloths in red and white all transport those who visit back in time.

Van Gogh had his table at the back of the room. Later, Malraux had his table close to the window. Today, lovers of art and fine dining, be they famous or unknown, visit the Auberge to indulge their love of food and culture. At the Ravoux Inn, we value unpretentious guests and humour the more complicated ones.

Simple things to taste

« Every day I take the remedy that the incomparable Dickens prescribes against suicide. It consists of a glass of wine, a piece of bread and cheese and a pipe of tobacco.It isn’t complicated, you’ll tell me, [….]» Letter from Vincent van Gogh to his sister Willemien, 1889

The Auberge Ravoux takes over this "remedy" by offering you beautiful platters of charcuterie and/or cheese served continuously and accompanied by a glass of wine.

We get our supplies from well-known charcuterie and cheese makers to offer you the best in simplicity. Bread and pastries come from an Auversoise bakery.

Wine trade since 1876, the Auberge Ravoux benefits from the expertise of our restaurant manager - experienced sommelier - to offer you a wide choice of wines and the most suitable food-wine pairings. Our well-stocked cellar caters to both big and small appetites and guests can order all sizes of bottles.

We offer two culinary experiences in our dining room :
Over a glass of wine (served from 12.00 p.m. to 6 p.m)last order 5.30 p.m :
A sharing platter or tasting board, consisting of cheese, gourmet cold cuts or pastries, all paired with a glass of wine or non-alcoholic drink - €8 to €22.
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At Van Gogh’s Table (private bookings between 7 p.m. and midnight) : :
Celebrate a special event by playing host to your friends and/or clients at the House of Van Gogh for the space of an evening. The entire premises (the dining room, the traditional tavern known as the guingette, the club-house, etc.) will be at your disposal.

Flat rate of €4725 tax included – maximum of 35 guests.
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The complete history

The Ravoux Inn, which has been operating as a wine shop since 1876, works with highly knowledgeable sommeliers to select the wines best paired with each dish. Our well-stocked cellar caters to both big and small appetites and guests can order all sizes of bottles.



Vincent van Gogh spent only 70 days in Auvers-sur-Oise. Yet he was extraordinarily prolific in this short time, because he was inspired by the picturesque site with its inhabitants and surroundings to paint close to 80 canvases, which come alive for us in the winding streets of the village.

The complete history

OPENING TIMES

2024 Season:
From 1 March to 24 November

From Wednesday to Sunday:
From 12 p.m. to 6 p.m . (last order 5.30 p.m)


Over a glass of wine
At Van Gogh’s Table
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