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Great price on a five course tasting menu. Each course was a winner from soup to the chocolate lava cake. The lobster dish was my favorite and the lamb a close second. We also did the wine pairing which was just the right amount of...wine, it enhanced the food without leaving you tipsy. Great service. Very crowded, must get a reservation.More
🇫🇷🍴This restaurant literally took my breath away, because it's possible to eat masterpiece.
Restaurant is very cozy and clean.Wonderful, helpful staff will welcome you and take care of you all the time with smile on their faces 🙂
The chefs will prepare the food right...in front of you, because the kitchen is open, so you can see how the professionals cook. The courses visually look like a work of art, they smell great, ☝🏼but the best is the taste.🤌🏼😋 Yummy 🍽️🤤Heaven in the mouth. Foodporn!!! The ingredients in the kitchen are of the highest quality and fresh. Highly recommended 👌🏼More
Highly popular among the local community, O&A never disappoints its visitors.
Dishes are tasty and well crafted. Service is attentive and friendly and, in spite of its tinyness, the dining room is rather inviting and confortable.
This ended up being our favourite restaurant during our stay in Nice. We had a lovely night. Food was amazing, service was good. We were seated close to the kitchen, which I like, because I enjoy watching the cooks at work. We were able to...taste the local Bellet wine which, surprisingly enough, many places didn't seem to carry. It wasn't a cheap night eating out, but it was def worth it. It is quite a small place, so I definitely recommend a reservation. Highly recommend.More
Excellent food, interesting culinary research for some dishes, from the initial tapenade to the desert.
The wine list is thoroughly built; the prosecco was excellent (Riondo, Spago Nero).
The atmosphere is cosy, with a couple of tables outside is the tiny old town street, and...the tables inside overlooking the kitchen.
The service is attentive (e.g., they cooled down the glass with ice just before serving the prosecco).
The best restaurant I've been to in Nice so far :)More
It’s lost a bit of the innovation it had four/five years ago. We always book here when in Nice and started with foie gras and a salmon gravlax. Both delicious. The mains we chose were fish and then mini madeleines with a caramel sauce, last...time we had lemon and a raspberry sauce as well, it needed sharper sauces than caramel. Also had the lemon meringue pie but the pastry was very thick and very hard to break. We ordered a half bottle of Sancerre and then asked for a sweet Sauternes with the dessert and got a dry wine! Shame! Cocktail to start was raspberry with Prosecco.
A little disappointed as we rate this restaurant highly normally. Hopefully, it will be better next time.More
This place made a real effort for valentine's weekend. I just found that the food was quite overpriced for the quality. I ordered the beef and asked for medium but both myself and my partner got the same beef which was quite rare and chewy....My partner said his plate was quite cold. I personally don't think our bill qarrantes the quality.More
Response from Ajsper3001 | Reviewed this property |
I confess I wouldn't bring a baby there..... it's quite small, and even down the back it might be quite a squeeze. I've never seen babies there, but then I've only ever been there for dinner.... why don't you call and ask?
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