This sleek port-side restaurant caters to the yachting crowd and sailors who cruise into dock for lunch. The focus is fish, of course: soupe de poisson (fish soup), St-Pierre (John Dory) steamed with asparagus, and roasted whole sea bass. Outdoor tables surround a tiny "garden" of potted palms. Chef Alain Therlicocq has manned the kitchen for 29 years and his five-course fixed menu, including a fish and meat dish, is one of the best values on the coast. Reservations
are necessary in the summer, but if you arrive without, ask with a smile for a table and Alain's wife, Regine, will find you une p'tite place.
Port de St Jean Cap Ferrat, St-Jean-Cap-Ferrat, 06230, France