Fodor's Expert Review La Colombe d'Or
The food might be a bit overpriced, but where else in the world could you eat in a dining room under a Picasso, on a terrace beside a ceramic Léger mural, or next to a pool amid an idyllic garden with a Calder sculpture? The quirky but unpretentious Provençal menu has hardly changed over 50 years—the hors d’oeuvres de la Colombe (basket of crudité and hunks of charcuterie), salmon quenelles, and Grand Marnier soufflé flambé are as acclaimed as ever. If you can't afford a room at the world-famous hotel but still want wonderful Instagram moments, a dinner here does the trick.
St-Paul-de-Vence, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur France
- Dining amid priceless art
- Lunch spot for celebs during Cannes Film Fesival
- Menu that hasn't missed a tasty beat in years