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I discovered this place soon I arrived in Nice. We had a very tasty vegetarian lasagna and the best chocolate cake! Wish they could improve the presentation of the food. But like I said amazing food and lovely people around. Very authentic interior.
I've visited Nice three times with my family. Each visit, we go to Bread for their - well, their bread! On this last trip we visited again and were very dissapointed. It looks run down, messy, and there are very few choices. I don't know...More
I eat gluten free and was so excited to try this place. A loaf is €5.95!! I say a loaf, but it is very flat. It looks like it wasn't cooked inside, the dough was like raw biscuit dough. It was like an uncooked cake....More
Very cozy place and friendly staff. We just got drinks and a portion of carrot cake. It was closing time and we were given a loaf of gluten free bread, thank you very much. We tried and it tasted very nice especially with all the...More
This is our second summer staying in an apt just around the corner from Bread, however we just recently "discovered" the place...and yes, the espresso and the café au lait is excellent, and the american kind of cookies were very appreciated by our kids :-)
We came back to this lovely boulangerie every day of our visit to Nice, partly because the pain au chocolat, tartines, brioche and carrot cake were all so delicious but mostly because Snejana was so lovely! She enthusiastically helped us with our French vocabulary and...More
We've been to Nice a couple of times and always make it a point to visit bread. Breakfast is wonderful with fresh squeezed orange juice and pastries. They make delicious green tea brioche that is very unique. The people working at Bread are really passionate...More
It seems funny recommending a bread shop when there is one on every corner in Nice. But the bread here is a cut, should say slice, above. There are various varieties but all are rustic and sold in the Italian way: by weight. Also a...More