Since 1948, under the careful watch of the Sordello brothers, this has been the spot for seafood on the French Riviera. The catch of the day may be minced in lemon ceviche (€38), floating in a top-of-the-line bouillabaisse (€125), or simply grilled with fennel and crisped with hillside herbs (€80). The dreamy terrace over the Baie des Anges, with views of the Antibes ramparts, justify extravagance, even if the service sometimes falls short of pricey expectations.
Many of the à la carte fish dishes are expensive, but there's a €55 lunch menu. (Note that there are very few nonfish alternatives.)