very good pizza and a fun little place to relax and eat without spending too much. I enjoyed our waiter and the convenience. Very nice place
This restaurant is located next to the entrance to Le Jardin Exotique in Eze. We had a wonderful 3 course meal for €70 for 2 and the menu is very extensive with French Onion soup warm Goats cheese salad (salads are huge) to pizza, steak, lamb and of course fish. Having eaten in most towns on the riviera this restaurant... More
A reasonable place to have lunch. Nice outdoor tables if the weather is good. We had a pizza and a salad and both were good. The wine was average but again we asked for house wine. Service was ok but a little late. Generally it was convenient.
Arrived to Eze and hadn't eaten a thing, so went straight to the first place available, le Pinocchio. This is barely even a restaurant and should be visited only if looking for something easy. It's mostly just a tourist spot with a wide variety of standard tourist food and drinks to be consumed prior to or after hiking the village... More
Overpriced, uncomfortable, disinterested serving staff. Only went here because other places were closed and regretted it. Bothered by flies throughout meal. Never again
Food did not taste right. It was expensive. Only reason we went there because other places were not open.
Had stuffed sardines and onion soup for starter, pan de bagnan and seafood risotto for mains and apple tatin tarte for dessert with coffee. Service is the usual nonchalant french standard but the food is good for a touristy place. Loved the seafood risotto but everything else was average but decent and fresh. Prices are a little high but nothing... More
it was a late night around 9pm, driving back from Monaco; they accommodated us right away! the food wasnt bad, service was fast because the kitchen was closing. it is good to pass by Eze, there is a variety of restaurants, most of them they stop serving dinner early, between 7-8 pm. would try other places with scenic view
It was Monday and many restaurants on the hill in Eze were closed or didn't serve lunch. When I got to the bottom of the hill, I was pretty hungry and didn't feel like traipsing around town looking for another lunch spot. Came upon Le Pinocchio and thought "No, it's a tourist trap"... But was pleasantly surprised. There was a... More
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