Open Hours: Lunch: noon-2p Tu-Su, Dinner: 7:30p-10p Tu-Su
This restaurant offers excellent service and cuisine with a Provençal flavor. Choose from traditionally prepared dishes like artichauts en ... More
Au Verre d'Eau
This restaurant offers excellent service and cuisine with a Provençal flavor. Choose from traditionally prepared dishes like artichauts en Barigoule de Tante Gaby (Aunt Gaby's artichokes stuffed with mushroom and ham,) moules à l'aïoli (mussels in garlic,) lapin des collines au gigotin (wild rabbit,) and agneau à la crème d'ail (lamb in garlic sauce.) As an accompaniment, choose from a selection of well-priced house wines. The desserts are to die for—try the craquant de fruits rouges (fruit crumble) or the gratin de fraises en sabayon (strawberries in sabayon sauce.) Truly irresistible! Put this restaurant at the top of your list.
It is just the perfect place to find the Typical Restaurant of the great French Blue Riviera, with very good typical food!
People working there are just perfect, and the food is the best I ever eat! Just try it if you pass by.
Fans of urban architecture will not be disappointed by this former villa turned art gallery. The Villa Bagatelle, now Mayoral
Office for the 6th and 8th Districts, houses temporary exhibits on a regular basis. Open all year, thematic exhibitions ...
La Vielle Charite is an outstanding example of religious architecture from 17th century France. Designed by Pierre Puget, the King's
architect and also native to the area, it was constructed between 1671 1745 as a refuge for the city's ...
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, ...