A gourmet experience...
La Maison Méert welcomes you in its Restaurant and its Tea Room (Lille) as well as in its Brasserie (Roubaix) for a one-of-a-kind gourmet experience. Reservations : +33320579393 ☎
Le Restaurant (Lille)
Right in the heart of the Vieux-Lille, la Maison Méert welcomes you from Tuesday to Sunday in its Restaurant to propose you a unique gourmet journey.
Comfortably seated in one of the welcoming spaces within the historic walls de la Maison, our chefs will propose you an elegant cuisine in association with responsible producers from our regions.
Farmers, market gardeners, breeders, fish merchants and fishermen.
Please, be assured we dedicate our daily energy to offer you a seasonal taste experience that respects the product, living things and Nature.
Le Salon de thé (Lille)
Founded in 1909, le Salon de thé (tea room) de la rue Esquermoise, also known as « Family tea », have its own origins in many other English tea rooms. Its decorations were designed by the Lille architect Louis-Marie Cordonnier, who designed two other main monuments in Lille : Le Grand Théâtre de Lille (1907-1914) with its beautiful neo-classical balance and La Nouvelle Bourse (Chamber of Commerce) with a grandiloquent neo-regionalist style.
The Méert family and Cordonnier went into some Louis XVI inspirations to design its tea room heading to a very unique atmosphere which was and still is a sweet reflection of the Belle Epoque era.
Generations of people have settled there for a delicious tea time. And the tradition still goes on today ! In this historic welcoming place, all you have to do is to lose yourself to temptation to the sweet and elegant pastries accompanied by elected teas, hot chocolate or cold drinks.
La Brasserie (Roubaix)
The story between la Maison Méert and Roubaix begins in 1911 during the International Exhibition. A temporary tea room were set up there where visitors could enjoy waffles and some other sweets.
Less than a hundred years later, la Maison Méert definitely crystallized its attachment to Roubaix settling down its Brasserie at the La Piscine Museum a splendid Art Deco building designed by the Lille architect Albert Baert around 1927-1932.
La Piscine — which was used to host a former public pool — today hosts a unique en son genre museum and the Méert Brasserie which offers a menu whose dishes change according to the exhibitions organized by the Museum.
A magnificent terrace overlooking the gardens allows you to have lunch or tea in a privileged setting.