I dined here with a friend a week ago. Very few tables, nicely intimate, almost essential to booking. Very good food, relaxed and welcoming atmosphere. Recommended.
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Went to La Cave tonight, had a delightful meal, and Sylvie was so welcoming and friendly, Food was delicious, and it was a lovely cosy restaurant slightly off the main set of restaurants in the old town, but definitely worth seeking this place out. I'll...More
Great ambiance,but the wine is so over priced.The food which is limited due to the fact that there are only 2 members of staff. It has a very small balcony overlooking the medieval village of Tourrrettes sur Loup.There are only 3 tables so you must...More
Went in La Cave early october. Very small but super cosy restaurant. Sylvie is a perfect host and does all by herself. Don't miss this, you will love it, the taste of super fresh food, the atmosphere.... wish it was closer to home.... But we'll...More
Lovely hostess, Sylvie who grows nearly all her ingredients and cooks it all herself. Always delicious and interesting. Lovely setting, centre of the old town but in a pretty little street on its own. Worth a detour!
Service very friendly, food wholesome, environment homely and off the beaten track. An ideal alternative to the run-of-the-mill restaurants in the area. This has become a bit of a favourite as it's the fourth time we've been in 2 years. Reassuringly consistent quality of both...More
The owner does everything herself: cooking, serving, chatting with the guests, clearing the tables, taking payment, etc. And she makes it all look easy, not appearing stressed at any time. She should give courses in time management as well as running a restaurant. The food...More
I have only been there once, in the off season, and do not know whether it is always like this or if we were just lucky. However - Sylvie Amate is quite a figure. She manages kitchen, ordering, servicing, cleaning, cooking, and inbetween making calls...More