We decided to have lunch at Nino based on a recommendation in our Fodor's guide. I really wish we didn't. Fish soup in all it's varieties is one of my favourite foods, so of course we opted for the Bouillabaisse. This was my very first bouillabaisse and I was not very impressed. The broth was tasty, but not hot enough...not even close. For 40+ euros per person...I would expect they have a way to ensure the soup is piping hot. The fish that is served outside of the soup was very bony, but that's expected since the typical fish put in bouillabaisse is very bony. Nonetheless, it was very difficult to eat...not sure if there's a way to debone the fish properly. If so, that's not the way it was served to us. I think the potatoes that came with the soup were probably the tastiest of the whole thing. If not for the potatoes and bread, I probably would have left hungry...40+ euros for potatoes and bread.
The service was pretty good, but not first class by any means. The restaurant has a great view of Cassis to gaze out at while you eat, but I'm sure there are better options for bouillabaisse in the area.
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