This restaurant is in the recently renovated and pedestrianised area adjacent to the shopping street La Rue d'Antibe so parking now is a bit of a problem and you are well advised to go in the Palais car park. (You can get some sort of refund on this cost if you go first earlier in the day to the Tourist Office in the Palais.) But let's talk about the restaurant, which is bistrot in size but not in the standard of the food. It is excellent with a daily set menu using the fresh produce of the market. The maître de explains all the courses to you and will make adjustments for allergies etc. First class cooking of fine food with every mouthful a delight. Service was friendlyand good and excellent choice of wines. From time to time we saw the chef appearing over the bar as his kitchen was adjacent to it.
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