What are the Best Restaurants in Nice France-- 2019
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(Two Star Michelin Restaurant in 2018). This restaurant is fast becoming a star in Nice. The kitchen is manned by , Mickaël et Gaël Tourteaux, who formerly worked with Alain Llorca at Chantecler and Kei Matsushima at Restaurant Kei. The food crosses cultures fusing the flavors of the Mediterranean kitchen with Asian styles. The restaurant is small, seating around 30 so reserving well ahead is recommended. Atmosphere is very casual and relaxed. The restaurant has both lunch and dinner prix fixe menus. And, while expensive Flaveur is considered by many to be the best restaurant currently in Nice.
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-- Reviews - Yelp 4.5, Tripadvisor 4.5.
pork perfectly cooked (from the neck of the black pig) is
served with potato puree and baby spinach -- the use of a
vinaigrette with an excellent meat reduction works well both
visually and to the taste. The dish is garnished with crispy
pieces of iberico ham.
37 Promenade des Anglais 06007 tel: 04 93 16 64 00 fax: 04 93 88 35 68 email: firstname.lastname@example.org
(Two Star Michelin Restaurant in 2018). The restaurant is housed in the famed Negresco Hotel. The entrance is from within the hotel just off the lobby. The restaurant no longer offers lunch. Only dinner is served. The chef at Chantecler is Virginie Basselot, representing a new generation in the French culinary landscape, has received multiple awards. She succeeds
Jean-Denis Rieubland. In the history of the palace, this is the first time a woman has donned the head chef’s hat. It’s a major challenge, but Virginie Basselot’s talent will more than rise to the occasion. She finds “the South a magnificent region
” and says she is enchanted by this experience in Nice, and is intending to bring a breath of fresh air and novel style to the Promenade des Anglais. Chantecler website and menu.
Virginie Basselot describes her cuisine as "Inspired by the products and traditions of Provence. " Le Gault-Millau recognised her undeniable talent and named her “Chef of the year, 2018″.
2 Rue Lascaris, 06300 Nice, France +33 4 97 19 32 23
JAN is one of the new star restaurants recently opened in Nice. It is located behind the Port of Nice in a new gourmet-fashion territory, aka Nice Marais. ... The kitchen of Jan Hendrik van der Westhuisen - called "Jan"! is a young South African chef who worked on yachts. There is a bargain lunch offering for 30 € menu. Try the Saint-Jacques velvety cauliflower, leeks poached in milk and croquette of smoked haddock, or the day's catch. There is delicious homemade bread and olive oil Menton. Signature dishes include the tasty guinea fowl with chestnut puree, foie gras, wild berries and rhubarb. There is a five course lunch menu for 72 € For website and Menus of Jan Restaurant. JAN is very highly rated on Tripadvisor.
20, Avenue du Maréchal Foch 06000 Nice, France+33 4 93 62 98 24
L'Aromate Restaurant is new on the scene in Nice opening early 2008 but has already started to recieve excellent reviews. Michelin one star restaurant. About the Chef: Native of Saint-Amand-Montrond in the Cher, the career path of Mickaël Gracieux is one of the most prestigious: Oustau de Baumanière with Jean-Andre Charial, Robuchon, Plaza Athénée with Eric briffard and Alain Ducasse, Hotel Le Bristol, Louis XV with Alain Ducasse, La Pinède in St. Tropez with Arnaud Donckele, the Ministry of Defence...
L'Aromate has two dining rooms decorated with glossy black ceilings, blond wood floors and designer flock wallpaper. There are currently two menus for dinner (50 and 70 euros). Lunch is also served. The menus change monthly.
..."The Restaurant L'Aromate was selected in the category « hope for a star ». And it is in 2010, after only two years of work that Mickaël and Elise's restaurant has been crowned with his first Michelin Star"...
See image of sample 50 euro menu -- See image of sample 70 euro menu -- Website for L'Aromate Restaurant
Le Bistro Gourmand
3 rue Desboutin 06300 Nice tel- 04 92 14 55 55. Newly renovated, since receiving it's first Michelin star the restaurant has doubled its size. While diners have raved about the food many complained the restaurant was too cramped. Now the restaurant has both a modern lovely look and a spacious feel. Open for both lunch and dinner Le Bistro Gourmand has several menus available. There is a lunch formule
and a Menu Plaisirs
which are available for lunch and dinner. The menu gourmand
is also available for lunch and dinner. The chef David Vaqué, previously was the chef at Les Viviers. He has demonstrated a serious talent in the kitchen, while his wife, Laurence, sees to every detail in running the dining room. The gambas ravioli (shown below) is excellent. Le Bistrot Gourmand has its first star, awarded by the Michelin Guide 2012. The Menu: Changes with the season using fresh market ingredients. Excellent wine selections by the glass.
Image shows signature from Bistro Gourmand -- La Raviole De Gambas Une Petite Farce Ménagère, Un coulis Corsé Et Tranché D’Huile D’Olive. I never miss this dish when I eat at Bistro Gourmand.
Les Viviers -- Rolancy's
22, rue Alphonse-Karr +33 4 93 16 00 48. Jacques Rolancy is pleased to welcome you in his two heavens for taste buds. Their is a wonderful Bistro which has a very busy lunch-time crowd with a prix fixe main dish with dessert. Next door is Rolancy's elegant restaurant which is Michelin quality although does not have one yet.
The restaurant: spacious, hushed, relaxing for a romantic dinner, a business meal or in small groups. Click to discover the restaurant's menus. The bistro: genuine, convivial, cosy, ideal for people who are in a hurry. Les Vivier Website..
Le Sejour Cafe
-11 rue Grimaldi Nice - 06000 Téléphone : 04.93.27.37.84.
This new restaurant was created and opened by Renaud and Marilene Geille who were the former owners of Viviers, and their daughter Marina. It is a small restaurant open for both lunch and dinner. Signature dishes include Gazpacho tomato-Mint, lobsters from the country, roasted sea bream and mushrooms casserole, risotto and lobster. Some nice local wines include Château Miraval in provence and domain of Toasc bellet. Rated high in Tripadvisor
27 rue de la Préfecture Nice - 06000 04.93.85.29.57. (Reservation Highly Recommended).
Opened, in November 2007, Bistrot d'Antoine has quickly become one of the most popular places to eat in the Old City of Nice. And there are many good reasons for this. Armand Crespo from the "Cigalon" in Valbonne, changed the mood of the restaurant and refreshed the walls giving the restaurant a pleasant modern bistro feel. The bistro has both upstairs dining and a steet terrace. The restaurant has an excellent menu (see sample below), and a very reasonably priced wine list. Be sure to try one his excellent made risottos which are served as a main course . Bistro d'Antoine now has a sister restuarant called Le Comptoir du Marche
located a few blocks away at 8 rue du Marche
. Below are dishes from Comptoir. Reservations are need at both places since they are very busy.
(Above Left)Roasted Pigeon Nicois vegetables, Comptoir Nice
(Above Right)Octopus Salad with peas Comptoir Nice
1 Cours Saleya 188.8.131.52.
This is a favorite spot of locals and tourists alike. So be prepared to wait for a table unless you reserve ahead of time. Both Le Safari restaurant and the cafe next door ---Civet are run by the same management. Safari is one of the busiest places in Nice. During the summer season it's best to come by early and reserve a table on the outside cafe. There is also a large inside dining area. The food is excellent at Safari. Try the rabbit roasted in the wood oven; an excellent (light batter) fried zuchini or any of the grilled fish dishes. Nicoise Specialties are also all excellent. Be sure the try the Petit Farcis which is a specialty of Nice consisting of vegetables that are stuffed with different fillings depending on the vegetable used e.g., eggplant, pepper, zuchini... see the petit farcis image below. And, if you are a pizza lovers try the Pizza Provencal which is grilled in a wood oven and made with french cheese, ham and a parsely sauce.
22 ter rue de france 06000 Nice tel: 04 93 82 26 06.
On the day we visited Keisuke Matsushima we started off with a rather extravagant amuse bouche which consisted of 5 small tastings which perfectly fit the literal translation of 'amuse bouche'. Be sure to listen to the waiters description and instructions for the dish. All three dishes on the lunch menu were excellent and found to be of Michelin quality. The croisillant of sardines was done in a style reflecting the region, served with regional vegetables and jus de minestrone. The main course was a generous cut of roasted black pig from Bigorre nicely encrusted with hazelnut and mustard and served with a puree of potatoes.Make sure to sample the rolls at Keisuke Matsushima which are baked on the premises. For dessert the fennel creme brulee was topped with a few raspberries and served with a sorbet of fromage blanc with rasberry sauce. After coffee an assortment of superb macaroons were served.