Restaurants in Nice, Marseille + The Côte d'Azur

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Don't be fooled by the understated interior; this culinary institution, run by a Tropezienne family, is prized for its Provençal cuisine, such as... Read More

Locals gather here for crusty pizza and bottle of Chateau Plonk. Read More

Bouillabaisse is such serious business that waiters display each of its main ingredients to diners before they order. The nautical-themed exterior may... Read More

Stop in to this local favorite, a stand in a bustling marketplace known for its socca (chickpea pancakes). Read More

Order homemade rosemary and vanilla pink-pepper ice cream to eat during a walk along the fie mile Promenade des Anglais. Read More

In the fishing port of Vallon des Auffes, the idyllic L’Épuisette serves a proper Provençal bouillabaisse that’s oceans away... Read More

The newest venue in the old port is stark white and mirrored, which helps put its thin, gorgeous, and tanned clientele on display. The menu features... Read More

For haute comfort food, reserve ahead at this trendy institution. Read More

Christophe Leroy's bistro and pastry shop is design-conscious yet down-to-earth, and the menu—with dishes such as shrimp scampi, risotto, and... Read More

The decades-old restaurant recently underwent a complete renovation, but thankfully the ambience and the menu—starring the best pizza in town... Read More

Situated on the Quai Jean-Jaurès waterfront, this seafood restaurant has an enviable location facing the marina and its multimillion-dollar... Read More

Tucked away in a picturesque courtyard, Le Patio specializes in Italian cuisine, with dishes like grilled antipasti, swordfish carpaccio, squid-ink... Read More

The go-to place for fassum (stuffed cabbage). Read More

L’Oliveraie means “the olive grove,” and the fragrant fruit is found throughout the menu. Enjoy such French classics as braised rabbit... Read More

For a late-night snack head to Nissa Socca for ratatouille and a version of socca (chickpea pancakes). Read More

With its large population of North African immigrants, Marseilles has developed as a center of Maghreb cuisine. Located in the Arab Quarter, the cheery... Read More

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