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Place du Palais, Monte Carlo 98000, Monaco

Castelroc has been around since Grace Kelly and Cary Grant first came to the Riviera to film To Catch a Thief in 1955. It has a prime location, right across from the Prince’s Palace, and serves Monégasque specialties, such as barbajuans, a fried ravioli-like appetizer stuffed with Swiss chard, spinach, and ricotta. Try the locally renowned esto-caficada (stockfish), a rich cod stew with an unmistakably pungent aroma.


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Le Castelroc

Castelroc has been around since Grace Kelly and Cary Grant first came to the Riviera to film To Catch a Thief in 1955. It has a prime location, right across from the Prince’s Palace, and serves Monégasque specialties, such as barbajuans, a fried ravioli-like appetizer stuffed with Swiss chard, spinach, and ricotta. Try the locally renowned esto-caficada (stockfish), a rich cod stew with an unmistakably pungent aroma.