This restaurant facing the sea, in the small city center marina, is well worth a visit. The busy staff bustle about in an immense dining room that is ... More
This restaurant facing the sea, in the small city center marina, is well worth a visit. The busy staff bustle about in an immense dining room that is decorated in Provençal style. The seafood served is so fresh that it seems to have been taken straight out of the sea. The shellfish platter for EUR15.25 is an unbeatable value, the stone-baked pizzas are tasty and the fish and mussel brochettes are delicious.
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, ...
Open the door to this restaurant, with its rather nondescript exterior, and you'll discover an Arabian palace with heavily ornate
decor, as kitsch as could be, offering the very best of its culinary delights. The owner extends a warm ...
This restaurant in a district of old Paris serves great traditional south eastern French cuisine. Although at first glance it
appears to be aiming for a level of chic out of sync with the district's friendly, villagey atmosphere, once ...