Authentic feeling to it, loud, good food and good fun. Priceworthy, loads of tasty desserts, limited winelist but good enough for the occasion. Friendly staff.
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Ravenous at the unfashionable (Cote d'Azur style!) hour of 6.30 pm, we wandered to find Massimo's before the crowds as we were determined to avoid disappointment. Sure enough, we were the first table to be seated, indoors, as the summer sun still cast some heat...More
We ate here last night, we are staying in Roqubrune and decided to come here for our sons 6th Birthday. The food was outstanding and just so flavoursome. My son had the fritto misto, there was a real variety of fish, calamari, prawns and vegetables,...More
What a great find. You can trust the positive comments on TA for this one. A little family restaurant off the main road. Start your night of with a glass of prosecco. I never saw a wine list. Just let Massimo select a wine with...More
Went on the strength of trip advisor review Arrived early which was just as well as there was only two tables available and this was Wednesday night. The family made us feel really welcome is was as if we were house guests. We were the...More
As locals living in Monaco and Roquebrune, we can strongly recommend this restaurant for its welcome, food and service.
Hotel recommended Massimo and it turned out great. Small place, about 20 tables, quaint decor. Very welcoming and friendly, attentive staff. Owner seems to be the most personable guy on the planet. Multi-lingual, he greets every customer and reads/translates/explains each item on the menu board....More
This family run Italian restaurant is a great find in Roqueburne. It is slightly off the main drag on the beach but well worth visiting. Food is delicious and the atmosphere is just plain Italian. Portions are generous and pasta specials are excellent. Certainly worth...More