WHERE TO EAT IN NICE

Here are the best tips about where to eat in Nice by a local foodie. So trust me, those addresses are absolutely fantastic, and I share it with you because I’m so in love with their food!

The best value for money with quality in mind.

When you choose a restaurant, it’s important to keep in mind that you want to eat not good but very good and as well not spending all your money on restaurants. That is why I selected those restaurants in order to know, as a local where to eat in Nice.

My favorite restaurants in Nice :

With those addresses, you could say that you know where to eat in Nice!

  • Citrus : French high-quality local food, with a fantastic chef!
  • Le bar des Oiseaux : French local food, very artistic, which I like a lot.
  • Type 55 : Not only pizza, but delicious dishes.
  • La Popotte d’Ondine: Perfect for lunch, brunch, or even breakfast.
  • Attimi : The best pizza in Nice with fresh vegetables as toppings. Don’t opt for the classic pizza; try Attimi, which is a different variety of pizza.
  • L’atelier: Socca, a local specialty made with chickpea flour revisited by the chef.
  • Boccaccio: High-end Italian cuisine focusing on seafood and paella, served in a contemporary restaurant with terrace.
  • Le café de Turin: : Oysters, seafood platters and fish soup in a historic restaurant with street-side terrace
  • Le Bistrot d’Antoine : French traditional food, excellent, in a cosy restaurant decorated with works of art serving creative meat, fish and seafood dishes
  • Peixes : French modern way to prepare fish. Trendy restaurant, creative seafood cuisine
  • Le Bocal: : Inspired cuisine, fresh products, homemade, perfect for lunch.
  • La Retonde: One of the Negresco Palace’s restaurants, fancy and affordable :-).
  • Le Comptoir du marché : A retro grandmother’s kitchen.
  • L’Antica:French food where there is a fireplace for cooking meat in the evening, 5 minutes from my place.
  • Kokogrenn: Vegan, gluten-free, organic, and homemade.
  • Wayne’s bar: For some drinks and dancing on the tables ;-).
  • Le Plongeoir : Just for a drink, not for eating. The place is exceptionally beautiful, but the food is average, and you will need a reservation made a long, long time in advance.
  • Marinette: Bright café with a shabby chic style and terrace. Great dishes for lunch located in the old town of Nice.
  • La cantine de Mémé: Cosy restaurant with terrace tables, serving original local dishes, international dishes, wine, and cocktails. Reservation required
  • Mamma Roma : When after a long flight you need to eat great food : Italian snack open all the day along

But there are a lot of more which are very good too;-) as my breakfast or brunch where you could make a reservation because it’s as well a place where you could eat good food!

So that are my best suggestions about where to eat in Nice, but please feel free to give me your feedback about any restaurants. Those and the others, I didn’t mention on this article.

Where to eat in Nice a good breakfast
Where to eat in Nice a good breakfast

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