My husband and I are traveling to Italy and France with our 9 year old twins in June. We love food, and enjoy eating authentic, rustic, local cuisine more than in Michelin star restaurants. Also, we live in Northern California and don't want to eat California cuisine in Europe since we can get that at home whenever we want.
In Italy, my husband and I have really enjoyed using the slow food publication Osterie d'Italia. We have found the restaurants in this book to be wonderful and have purchased the new edition for this upcoming trip. For the France portion of our itinerary, we will be in Nice for two nights, and then in Antibes for seven nights. Are there any books or resources for that region of France that are similar to Osterie d'Italia? We'd like to eat simple, traditional French food of the highest quality (bistros?).
Thank you so much!
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