Nice’s finest restaurant. Jean-Denis Rieubland, two stars in the Michelin Guide, defines his cuisine and his style as “inspired by Provence, with the respect of its products and traditions”. He likes transmitting his taste of “the true” and offers a masterly menu served in the great tradition of French gastronomy. Le Chantecler is also renowned for its cellar that contains 15 000 bottles and its woodwork dated 1751.
A décor filled with vibrant colors, an 18th century carousel and its wooden horses make La Rotonde a very unexpected place. Dedicated to families, it is a warm and bright restaurant where it is pleasant to linger after a delicious gourmet meal. A simple menu and yet full of creative surprises. From the first sunny days, its terrace opens onto the sea and the sun.
With its authentic walnut woodwork from 1913 and its exceptional tapestry from 1683, Negresco’s bar is a place of hushed tasting. When the evening comes the bar wakes to the rhythm of jazz chords and Latino music.