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All reviews tournedos gnocchi beef stew red mullet soupe de poisson creme brulee salad nicoise fries potatoes bread old town closed saturday and sunday rue droite this family run restaurant green beans special of the day were lucky to get a table
Very glad we did not give up trying to get a table at this place. The food is for the price very good, not high cuisine but really good.
What’s even better are the staff, very friendly and they take time to stop and talk....More
This is quite a cozy place, up the Rue Droite from the flower market in the old town and always seems to have a wonderful French atmosphere. Food and wine are good or very good, It's a family place and so good that they can...More
This is a Rick Steves pick. We walked all through the Old Town district of Nice. There are tons of "touristy" restaurants all through town. It seems like every restaurant in town has someone out in front of the restaurant trying to drag you in...More
It seems plenty of locals dine here which is always a good sign, a busy, deceptively spacious restaurant. We popped in for a late lunch and were not disappointed. Fresh tasty food, plenty of choice, courteous staff. The atmosphere in this place is welcoming, one...More
We had a wonderful lunch on a busy Wednesday when we were lucky to get in without a reservation. Hint: Do look for the plat du jour; it's posted on small tablets that we did not see. No worries: We loved our dishes (Farci starter...More
We had lunch there and everything surpassed our expectations. Service was exceptionally good waitress was very attentive to my celiac and the food was great.
Recommend this place to anyone who wants value for money and to enjoy a cosy atmosphere. Chapeaux for a fabulous...More
Lets acknowledge that the world of dining hospitality is extremely competitive. This is no more apparent, than in France and particularly the French Riviera.
We managed to walk in to this very popular restaurant without a reservation, due to a last minute cancellation.
We always try to dine at Acchiardo while in Nice. We have never been disappointed in the Niçoise cuisine or the service. Be sure to reserve at least two days in advance during the touristy seasons, as the restaurant books up fast. The foie gras...More