The French Riviera Restaurants

We’ve compiled the best of the best in The French Riviera - browse our top choices for Restaurants during your stay.

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  • 1. Chez Pipo Socca

    $ | Port Nice

    There are plenty of places where you can sample socca in the Old Town, but if you want to understand why so much fuss is...Read More

  • 2. Daniel Desavie

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    Judging by the crowd of regulars flocking to his restaurant, Daniel Desavie has built quite a reputation for his classic Provençal flavors (that's hardly surprising...Read More

  • 3. La Table du Mareyeur

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    Ewan and Caroline Scutcher haven’t left Port Grimaud since they married here nearly 32 years ago and set up this waterside gem, now reputed as...Read More

  • 4. La Villa Archange

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    You wouldn't expect to find a restaurant with two Michelin stars set in such a residential background, 10 minutes by car from La Croisette, but...Read More

  • 5. Le Bistrot d'Antoine

    $$ | Old Town

    You won't find any "concept" cooking here, just pure French bistro fare at its finest—beef salad with anchovy dressing, butter risotto with truffles, sliced leg...Read More

  • 6. Le Canon

    $$$ | New Town

    Walking into this small bistrot, you can tell that this is the French dining experience people travel to Provence for, thanks to a handwritten menu...Read More

  • 7. Le Figuier de Saint-Esprit

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    Christian Morisset’s Michelin-starred restaurant is named after the 40-year-old fig tree that, along with a canopy of vines, gorgeously shades the private courtyard. One of...Read More

  • 8. Mirazur

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    Argentine chef Mauro Colagreco learned his craft in Latin America before acquiring a solid French base with the likes of Bernard Loiseau in Burgundy and...Read More

  • 9. Paloma

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    Young Nicolas Decherchi earned his first Michelin star only one year after opening Paloma, set in the serenity of a Provençal farmhouse and complete with...Read More

  • 10. Taverne le Safranier

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    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...Read More

  • 11. Astoux et Cie Brun

    $$$ | La Croisette

    A beacon to all fish lovers since 1953, Astoux et Cie Brun deserves its reputation for impeccably fresh fruits de mer. Well-trained staff negotiate cramped...Read More

  • 12. Attimi

    $$ | Centre Ville

    Specializing in salads, pizzas, and pastas—prepared on the spot from local produce—this place offers a refreshing, light alternative to all those heavy French dishes. But...Read More

  • 13. Café Marché

    $ | Old Town

    This quaint café, behind Cours Saleya, doesn't have views of the market, but the creamy café au lait and homemade baked goods more than compensate...Read More

  • 14. Cosmo Bar

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    Facing the Cocteau chapel with an enviable view of the sea from its terrace, this modern brasserie could easily get away with being merely mediocre....Read More

  • 15. Dior des Lices

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    What could be more fashionable than tucking into exquisite cuisine by three–Michelin-star chef Arnaud Donckele in an enchanting sheltered garden designed by Peter Wirtz at...Read More

  • 16. Gare du Sud

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    Located in a former 19th-century train station, this indoor food court in the Liberation district is a first in the region. With a vintage vibe...Read More

  • 17. Grill & Wines

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    Could it be that Cannes finally has an eatery where good food and friendly service come together? Come for une verre on the terrace or...Read More

  • 18. L'Affable

    $$$$ | La Croisette

    When chef Battaglia decided to set up shop in Cannes, gastronomes were delighted—and he does not disappoint—so much so that it’s not uncommon for tourists...Read More

  • 19. L'Oasis

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    A culinary landmark for more than 60 years, executive chef Alain Montigny has incorporated Art Deco decor that's both more intimate and more cultural, and...Read More

  • 20. La Brouette de Grand-mère

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    Monsieur Bruno's charming hole-in-the-wall, complete with lace curtains, painted-wood front, fireplace, and old posters, could be a set for one of the Festival's films. Yet...Read More

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