Formerly the royal rope-makers' workshop, this long, vaulted room offers an elegant setting in which to dine just minutes from the Vieux-Port. Run by ... More
Côte de Boeuf (La)
Formerly the royal rope-makers' workshop, this long, vaulted room offers an elegant setting in which to dine just minutes from the Vieux-Port. Run by wine connoisseur Paul Leaunard, this gourmet restaurant has the region's finest selection of wines, some of which can be tasted by the glass: the perfect accompaniment to the excellent meat and poultry dishes on its menu.
I must echo the view of the first review here, this is the best restaurant that I have ever been to and I have been to some of the worlds best. A simply outstanding dining experience that must be added to the 10 things to do before you die list.
I think that this was one of the best restaurants that I have ever been to. I like the service beause they know exactly when to aproach you. The value of visiting their was very high because I think that the menus are priced just fight, so you wont waist your money go to an over priced joint.
I don't know where that other reviewer was eating, but it obviously wasn't this restaurant! Need a wider variety of wine? They have the bigggest wine list in France, 3 inches thick, how much more of a variety do you need? And going to a restaurent that specializes in beef and having fish? Smothering beef in sauce? No sense. Hey I'm an American and I love my sauce and gravies, but you just don't smother a good steak with that junk, and they don't. This place is well worth it's money. The service is great, the beef melts in your mouth, when they serve cheese, it isn't a little slice of this or that, it is a platter to choose from, same with desserts. This is a wonderful dining experience. If you're in Marseille you have to check it out.
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