Les Trois Garçons was the final restaurant we visited on our two week holiday in Italy and France, and what a pleasant surprise it was. By that point in our journey, we were ready for some good honest cooking and fresh vegetables, which is exactly what we got when we stumbled upon this place on our way back to the car park after finding that Trip Advisor’s Number 1 recommendation in Grasse was closed that day.
We were the first to arrive at 12.45 and sat outside, but the restaurant soon filled with customers. We ordered an unusually delicious burger, served with warm goat’s cheese and fig chutney and another plate of goat’s cheese salad. Both dishes had a wonderful leafy green salad with boiled eggs, black olives, tomatoes, and vinaigrette. The goat’s cheese plate also included pan fried potatoes and lardons. With a cold beer and sparkling water, this was the perfect meal to end our trip.
You probably know that the restaurant is run by three young men whose average age is 23. At this rate, they’ll be huge successes by the time they hit 30!
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