I live near Cave Croisette and dropped into the place by accident. I was amazed about the grand selection of wines available. They are a wine shop/traiteur by day and a tapas bar/restaurant in the evening. Nearly every evening that I visited the place was filled. I’ve been there 6 times in 2 weeks. Many of the other customers are French.
After dinner it's still busy with people just having some wine, and small tapas like snacks. I personally liked the Bellota ham, smoked salmon, and foie gras. But they have many more. Just having a glass of wine with some tapas is encouraged. They have at least 5 options of wine by the glass in each category of red, white, rose, sparkling and sweet wines. Prices range from 6 to 13 euros per glass.
I had dinner there and all the products served are wonderful. Everything is fresh and of the highest quality. Dishes range from tapas like share platters, to salads, pasta’s (even with truffles if you’re so inclined), and fish or meat dishes. Having Caviar is an option as well.
Price wise think about paying 50 euros for your food, and add as much as you like on wine. Wine prices are comparably very low. You pay a shop price for a bottle of wine, and an extra 12 euros for getting to drink it in the restaurant. On average wine prices are about half of what you can expect to pay in other restaurants.
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