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Brasserie Le Gambetta is a welcome find away from the touristy crowds of Vieux Nice. We noticed a friendly local scene enjoying lunch on a Sunday afternoon.
Service was a bit slow, but overall efficient. We didn’t order the raw shellfish platter that seems to...More
Me and my girlfriend were visiting Nice for a long weekend and we really wanted to try an authentic French dish of Mussels. We gave this place a go and we couldn't recommend it enough! We both went for the Mussels dish which came with...More
Visited with a friend and everything we had was excellent. We shared 6 oysters and a bottle of wine and also had a main each, we paid 70euro (including a tip) and it was well worth it as a slightly more upmarket dinner. I would...More
We went to this restaurant led by positive reviews and I must say that it did not disappoint. We got an appetizer and two seconds, all based on fish and all of excellent quality. If I have to find a fault is the waiting time,...More
We came across this restaurant after a recommendation from a local and we were not disappointed. The moules were very tasty, and so were the dish of ravioli with prawns and scallops. The wine list was modest, but we appreciated the Sancerre. Lovely setting on...More
We arrived and were served with a basket of very hard bread, and we ordered seafood salad, muscles and fried mix.
The muscles were not fresh and the meat inside were all small and shrinked, the fries were half scums. Wondering how the chef were...More
Lovely restaurant, very friendly atmosphere, fantastic service, fresh delicious food. Nice Libération market that is on 6 days a week is 2 steps away from the Brasserie, its fish market is amazing, so the restaurant must be purchasing seafood from there.
We tried moules frites...More
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Hi it's a veRyanair pleasant 30 minutes walk up Boulevarde Jean Medecin, the main shopping street. As you get past the station (about 20 minutes up), if you are there before 1pm, you'll see the market on both sides of the... More
Hi it's a veRyanair pleasant 30 minutes walk up Boulevarde Jean Medecin, the main shopping street. As you get past the station (about 20 minutes up), if you are there before 1pm, you'll see the market on both sides of the street up to Brasserie Gambetta. Alternatively the tram stop is just a minute away and you can pick it up at Place Massena, a few minutes from the hotel.
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