Part of a tiny Old Town enclave determined to resist the press of tourism, this casual tavern is headquarters for the tables scattered across the sunny terrace on Place Safranier. Install yourself at one and tuck into dishes like zucchini beignet, Saint Jacques and lobster cassoulet, thick handmade ravioli, or whole dorade, a delicate Mediterranean fish that is unceremoniously split, fried, and garnished with lemon. A laid-back staff shouts your order into the nautical-decor bar. There's a €16 lunch option, and the homemade blackboard specials are reasonably satisfying, but it's the location that brings out the best flavors here.
1 pl. Safranier, Antibes, 06600, France