This restaurant is typical of Nice, from the warm welcome to the traditional cooking. The decor and the tables are decked out in local colors, with an ... More
This restaurant is typical of Nice, from the warm welcome to the traditional cooking. The decor and the tables are decked out in local colors, with an array of glittering local artifacts. A convivial family atmosphere pervades. The clientele is very diverse. The person sitting at the next table might be a lawyer, a local pensioner or even a backpacker; this charming restaurant attracts people from all walks of life.
Actually Mother and Father run the bar. If you check the photos on the wall you will see the father in his youth. The sons - Jean francois and Raphael are very friendly. Always busy and I like the fact they welcome tourists and the locals in the same way
This was a delightful experience - Mom behind the bar, the kids wait tables and I guess Dad's in the kitchen. Restaurant is closed Friday, Saturday and Sunday because Mom and Dad decided that would be the only way they could have a quality family life. Looks like the plan works because the whole clan works together. The restaurant was packed. The menu is local fare and prices are fair. I had the foie de veau prepared perfectly. Recommend chez Acchiardo if you want to have a taste of local ambiance and some really delicious cuisine. Reservations a must.
This is simply the best restaurant in Nice, we tried several in the week we were there and found them over priced and with a few exceptions produced almost inedible food.
By contrast Acchiardo has good food which is reasonably priced and served by the most attractive waiters, who happen to be the proprietors 2 sons. Real food produced by real people for real people. No posers. Try to speak French too.
It is always full and buzzing and you will need to reserve in advance if you want to get in - not open at weekends (too many tourists then methinks).
Clive n Mark
Make your way to the lower section of the Aerogare des Invalides and you'll be confronted by a contemporary restaurant,
which has been the favorite eating spot among politicians since the war ended. The traditional French cuisine and the ...
The dishes presented here are works of art, as is the decor varnished pottery, columns, lanterns, bamboo screens and tropical
plants surround you as you feast. Mr Vong owns the place since the 1980's and he makes sure everything ...
Chef Stephane Viano serves gourmet cuisine prepared using the freshest of produce bought from that morning's market in nearby Cours
Saleya. The restaurant is simply yet tastefully decorated and the food delicious. Waiting staff are particularly attentive, and even ...