Fodor's Expert Review Le Figuier de Saint-Esprit
Christian Morisset’s Michelin-starred restaurant is named after the 50-year-old fig tree that, along with a canopy of vines, shades the private courtyard. This is one of the region's best restaurants, and the haute-cuisine chef bases his scrumptious set menus on what's available at the daily market. Yes, it's pricey—à la carte is around €70 for a main, and don't choke when you see a €3,900 bottle of 1990 Château Lafite Rothschild on the wine list; like everything else on the menu, it's there for a reason.
14 rue Saint-Esprit
Antibes, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur 06600, France
- The main culinary attraction of Antibes
- Charming courtyard
- Local and organic (and some very fancy) wines