Nice location discovered by chance while walking around in Antibes. Wide choice of food nicely presented. The Aïoli was very good. Overall the place can be recommended.
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Visited this restaurant for an evening meal. The staff were very young and appeared to know little about the menu or wine list. The menu was adequate although not all the dessert or wine list items were available. The food was excellent. I would recommend...More
Great restaurant located in the heart of the old town. The interior is classy, more of a dinner restaurant than one just for lunch. The food was excellent and the staff provided just the right amount of service. Prices were less expensive than I anticipated.
We came here for lunch and first thing you notice is it is all locals having their afternoon lunch - a great sign. The waitstaff is most likely family and very attentive, in a good way. Owner is on site and she is watching everything....More
We visited on a Friday evening in late January. We had not booked a table but there was one table for two available - it was then full. Apart from us all the other customers seemed to be French locals, which was a good sign....More
French in-laws invited me and my spouse to this cosy little restaurant serving local specialties in the historic centre of Antibes. The restaurant is housed at the ground floor of a 17th century building, in a charming little pedestrian street. The owners prepared a very...More
The staff was very unfriendly but it happens.. Then the food came.. I've rarely seen such a bad food, we ordered fish, it wasn't fresh, we just had to smell it to say! The manager kept saying it was so we just didn't eat. I...More
Another small but cosy restaurant in the old town. Staff was quick and efficient (execpt for making up the bill...) Food very acceptable. Table reservation may be necessary as this place seems to be quite sought after by locals and tourists alike.