Open Hours: Noon-2p, 7:30p-10p M-Sa 17/07-8/08, Closed Sa lunchtime
In this lovely 200-yr-old townhouse, no detail is left unattended. This establishment, with its sophisticated decor and warm ambience, offers superb ... More
In this lovely 200-yr-old townhouse, no detail is left unattended. This establishment, with its sophisticated decor and warm ambience, offers superb cuisine and good service. The bouillabaisse, ample and delicious, should definitely be tried. Jean Moreni's understated cuisine is exemplary: the salmon tartare with basil and shallots, grilled baudroie (angler), pieds paquets (a Marseillaise dish of stuffed mutton tripe), and fruit soup with Jurançon wine all come highly recommended. Excellent wine list and good selection of whiskies.
Just off the coast of Marseilles, the islands of Pomègues and Ratonneau, connected by a sea wall, present an arid,
windswept landscape where sea birds seek refuge. The rugged contours of the coastline are broken up by rocky inlets, ...
In days gone by, the Carre Thiars and the surrounding area was home to most of the city's art galleries,
and artists would gather in this very bar to compare talent and technique. Names such as Seyssaud, Verdilhan, Chabaud, ...
This large cafe, by the famous statue of David and opposite the Le Prado beaches, boasts an immense terrace overlooking
the sea. Snacks are served and the service is notoriously quick and efficient. The clientele is a cocktail of ...