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Great restaurant in Monte Carlo for 100 Euros or less?

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I have heard that Monte Carlo is enchanting at night - especially around the area of Hotel de Paris. (it is all lit up and overlooks the harbor)

I am looking for a very specific recommendation for dinner. We are going in July and the sun sets at 9:15 pm. I would love to eat outside at the Hotel de Paris, but I don't think I want to pay that much for a meal. I am looking for a dinner for two for under 100 Euros. We don't drink wine with dinner. Is there somewhere near Hotel de Paris (or can I get a meal at Hotel de Paris for under 100 Euros?) that I can perhaps sit outside and soak in the atmosphere of Monte Carlo? Perhaps overlooking the water?? I just want to be in the part of Monte Carlo that is all lit up! I think they refer to it as the "golden square." To me, it might be perfect to eat at a place that we can watch the sunset and then transition to the nighttime atmosphere.

Another thing to consider - I have to walk to the train station after dinner to get back to our hotel in Cannes.

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