Le Chameleux

Le Chameleux


Capacity: 90 seating places
Family restaurant located in front of a pond and the ruins of a former Gallo-Roman "road" relay on the Chaussée Reims-Trèves, built in 45 BC. during the reign of Emperor Claudius. Olivier and Laurence welcome you to this pretty little café-restaurant offering, in addition to the local Orval, trout meunières and ham omelets as well as the famous gaumaise tuffaye. The Gallo-Roman relay is visible from the terrace (games for children). Simple, tasty and plentiful cuisine.
To see a few steps from Chameleux, the picturesque and tiny French village of Wiliers, established on a spur blocked by a wall, probably built in Celtic or Roman times.


  • Chameleux, 5
  • 6820 Chamleux
  • 49.6797
  • 5.3108
  • 261


Language(s) French


  • Children’s play area
    Children’s play area
  • Parking
  • Picnics allowed
    Picnics allowed
  • Terrace