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About The Cellar

This exclusive dining venue reunites palates with the taste of great French wines, noted as one of the most expensive restaurants in Antananarivo, The Cellar extends affordable dining to western standards.

Displaying a nice interior, cosy and comfortable, this formal setting is the place to indulge and rediscover the art French wining and dining.

Telephone:
+261 (0) 22 202 02
Website:
http://www.hotel-lux​e-madagascar.com
Cuisine:
French
Meals:
Dinner
Ambience:
Intimate, Upmarket
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The Cellar Map

The Cellar is 135.2km from the centre of Madagascar , the nearest airport 383.4km (Mahajanga International Airport).
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling