The world-famous tennis facility, Roland Garros (home of the French Open), was designed by French architect Louis Faure Dujarric and built between 1927 – 1928. At the center of the facility is an authentic Norman cottage with beautiful brick and wood features and generous bay windows. The cottage was originally a changing room, then a corporate sponsor meeting room and even provided accommodation facilities for the likes of Yannick Noah over the years. Today the 2,500 sq. ft. restaurant space offers a mix of traditional and contemporary cuisines and even has an outdoor dining terrace which was built on a former tennis court.