Located at the prestigious Noga Hilton, La Scala primarily serves Provençal cuisine. The Sea Bass cooked in Tarragon and Olive Oil, served with ... More
Located at the prestigious Noga Hilton, La Scala primarily serves Provençal cuisine. The Sea Bass cooked in Tarragon and Olive Oil, served with Ratatouille and Potatoes, is one of the finest dishes on the menu, which changes every fortnight. Enjoy a great meal in the brightly done up indoors or on the terrace, which offers a panoramic view of the sea. The impeccable service is another added advantage. Set menus are available for EUR34 and EUR53 every evening, and the dish of the day costs about EUR23.
Opposite the flower market (on Allees de la Liberte Charles de Gaulle), this restaurant, sporting two grinning green octopuses, serves
oysters, shellfish and other seafood. Since 1920, this restaurant has been a hot favourite with locals and tourists. Here, ...
On a side street which runs perpendicular to La Croisette, right behind Brasserie 72 and across from the Martinez hotel,
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Opened in 1952, Musee de la Castre truly strives to promote art. Its collections reflect the interests of 19th century
Musee de la Castre, ethnographers, antiques enthusiasts and art lovers. You'll find an impressive collection of Mediterranean artifacts from ...