We arrived at lunchtime by train from Nice and wanted something to eat before we went round the museum. The museum cafe seemed the best bet. Their menu was imaginative and interesting and we eventually made our selection. We were quite staggered to be told that no food was available as they had "been busy and had run out of bread". There was a small group of elderly ladies in one corner of the cafe who didn't look as if they had eaten everything in the place! It was quite bizarre and I was tempted to ask why someone couldn't nip out to buy some bread. The chap behind the counter said "There's a good cafe across the road" and we went outside again. We did find a delightful cafe only a few yards away and eventually returned to the museum.
The exhibits were interesting and thought provoking - but they were always going to be with this minor and sometimes controversial artist. Worth a visit even if it's only for the Ricciotti architecture but don't expect great paintings - and eat before you go!
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