Step inside and you will find a warm Lebanese welcome in the Byblos, named for a pretty little Lebanese fishing village. The cuisine is varied and ... More
Step inside and you will find a warm Lebanese welcome in the Byblos, named for a pretty little Lebanese fishing village. The cuisine is varied and plentiful. If you cannot decide on what to have, take the easy way out and try the mezze, an assortment of traditional dishes: taboule libanais (a couscous dish with parsley), kefta (meatballs flavoured with spices), houmos (chickpea puree). The decor in the two dining rooms is typically Lebanese with trompe l'oeil frescoes in shades of brown, orange and beige and a bar made of dark wood. The varied clientele span all age groups and professions.
Situated in the heart of town in the Massena pedestrian district, this seafood restaurant has opted for an unusual decor
that recreates the splendid interior of a centuries old sailing ship. Spread over two floors, the restaurant has loads ...
After wandering round the narrow alleyways of Vieux Nice, you will come across this little restaurant located near the Palais
de Justice and Cours Saleya. And what is so special about Tire Bouchon? It tries to make the style ...