Restaurants in Nice
Set out below are some of the restaurants in Nice I visited during my trip.
Chez Davia is a lovely authentic family run French restaurant in Rue Grimaldi. There is some seating outside for al fresco dining which is always a win! The waiters were really friendly and the owner comes out to take your money at the end of the meal. She was very sweet to me when I explained that she had undercharged me. Honesty is the best policy!
We had the Cordon Bleu and the Veal Shank, which both came with potatoes. Both were large portions and the cordon bleu in particular was flavoursome. We finished off with the lightest and tangiest lemon tart I have ever had! The meal for two with drinks was around 60 Euros which is absolutely worth it.
Bistro Romain is based in the Old Town and has a large indoor and outdoor al fresco dining area. They have a variety of set lunch and dinner menus available or the standard a la carte menu.
We opted for the entrecote and risotto which were both flavoursome and decent portions!
The desserts were really fantastic – what a delicious creme brulee and strawberry sorbet!
The staff were friendly even when there was a slight miscommunication in respect of the bill. Meal for 2 with drinks was around 60Euros.
La Villa d’Este is a lovely Italian restaurant near Place Massena in the heart of Nice’s city centre. It has a large outside al fresco area and modern seating inside.
The menu had traditional Italian food including a wide selection of pizzas and pastas, as well as some good Italian wines. Very reasonably priced for the amount you get – seriously large portions so make sure you are hungry! We opted for the beef lasagne and the pasta with meatballs and pancetta:
All meals were priced around 12-16 Euros which, for the portion size and central location, is very good value!
East London Girl: Restaurants in Nice
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