We had been visiting the Picasso museum and wanted to eat before we returned to Nice but ut was difficult making a choice from menu boards especially as my partner is vegetarian and the options weren't always apparent. We chose the Clemenceau because we were tired of searching for the places recommended in our guide books;it was in a pleasant position next to a fountain with children playing and the chairs were in the sunshine. What more could we ask for - having arrived from a dreary, rainy east Lancashire? We may not have asked for it but we certainly got it! The food was very good indeed and so was the service. I had the mignon in a delicious sauce with a tidy mound of rice. My partner had a vegetarian club sandwich which he also greatly enjoyed. We had a glass of the house wine which was certainly palatable and the final bill though not cheap was not unreasonable either. We enjoyed listening to a passing busking accordionist as we ate and the whole experience gave us a satisfied feeling. There might be better places to eat but we didn't find them and we were very happy with the one we DID happen upon.
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