Fodor's Expert Review Quai des Artistes
Packing well-heeled diners shoulder-to-shoulder at banquettes lined up for maximum people-watching, this warehouse-scale neo–Art Deco bistro on the port is the chic-est of the chic with Monégasque residents. Rich brasserie classics (lamb shank on the bone, potato puree with rosemary, and spicy gravy) are counterbalanced with high-flavor international experiments (salmon served sushi-rare with warm potatoes, pickled ginger, and wasabi sauce). The terrace's palatial view can be enjoyed June through mid-October, and may be even more memorable than the service.
4 quai Antoine Ier