Restaurants in Monaco
Formerly the Zebra Square
Castelroc has been around since Grace Kelly and Cary Grant first came to the Riviera to film To Catch a Thief in 1955.
At Alain Ducasse’s three-Michelin-star homage to Versailles, a Félix Hippolyte Lucas fresco covers the ceiling, and the wait service seems like an effortless dance. Here, simple flavors come together on the plate to produce works of art befitting the dining space.
At Joël Robuchon’s namesake restaurant in the Hôtel Metropole, the chef stays true to his pared-down culinary philosophy. His modern French cooking is right at home in the Jacques Garcia–designed dining room.