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The best food in France (and possibly the world!)

Posted by Quaerere Verum - Created: 16 years ago
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Posted by Christine-180881 - 16 years ago

I went several times to both Le jardin and L'auberge provençale in Antibes. I really enjoy both of them. They're very different in style : Le Jardin is quite relaxed and L'Auberge is a bit more "posh" but the food is excellent in both restaurants.

 

Bon appétit

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Posted by Doug-181340 - 16 years ago

I'll second Le Sloop! Most excellent. A great way to spend lunchtime sitting in the sun, being fed high class fodder, with the gentle sounds of those yacht rigging thingies jangling in the breeze (you can tell I'm not nautical).

Doug

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Posted by lynnettejane1 - 16 years ago

The Sloop, Cap Ferrat is excellent, La Grignotiere in Villefranche, Les Agaves and Le Berlugan, both in Beaulieu S M all good.lynnette

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Posted by nodel-185297 - 16 years ago

You may try "Le 22 Septembre" in the Vieux Nice, excellent food and you got value for money! 3-course Menu at 12 and 15 €!

http://www.exces.com/restaurant/22septembre/

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Posted by stgeorge-182529 - 16 years ago

Moulin Des Mougins - Over rated ,over priced , and not a patch on what it used to be like - especially if Vergés' not there ,which these days is the norm !

You'll have a better evening gastronically and entertainment wise at the St.Petersbourg, also in Mougins !

 

stgeorge

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Posted by passingcloud - 16 years ago

I heard conflicting views on Roger Verge's place(s)@ Mougins.Anyone been there and got a view.Thanks

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Posted by stgeorge-182529 - 16 years ago

The best lunches in Nice at the moment are in the ' New Port' , rue François Guisol , near the Port of Nice ! I had tête de veau avec sauce piquante yesterday - it was divine ( and a bottle of Bellet to wash it down !! )

 

stgeorge

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Posted by Cabbie-182008 - 16 years ago

The Bar Lorraine does a fine oeufs frites, as well as the more enigmatic fowl skewers for the discerning diner.

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Posted by Doug-181340 - 16 years ago

Karr is pretty darned good - excellent cuisine and great for those who like a lively atmosphere. You could believe you're in a top trendy London restaurant, but with decent nosh. Don't get too carried away with the cocktails at apero time - they're both addictive and potent. You have been warned.

There's also another place that I'm not going to name here. I'll e-mail anybody who wants to know, but it's very small (30 covers), serves a limited menu and is within 3 minutes walk from the Virgin Megastore in Nice. We want to keep it to ourselves hence the e-mail thing. It's starting to get busy now and we even had to wait for a table last week! What is the world coming to?

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Posted by mike-179830 - 16 years ago

Le Cagnard in Les Hautes-de-Cagnes is consistently superb, IMHO.**************
Mike