We had dinner there one night during our trip, and the food was all right. The pizza was good and some of the entrees, but we do not recommend the desserts.
DO NOT visit is restaurant with kids. Possibly the rudest experience I've had in Antibes. I came with my 2 school aged kids and my 1 year old. When we arrived I asked if they had a high chair. The waiter said no and that they "don't like children there but on this occasion..." he then shrugged. I think he... More
We found this place by chance. It is great. The locals love it, so did we... And we went back for a second meal the next night. Great pizza, good specials and kind staff. Enjoy!
We arrived in Antibes late on Sunday, so our first night out was a Monday, we found it hard to find a table as a number of the restaurants were closed or full. As we went past Chrono the food looked good on the plates of the diners and what was more important, they had a vacant table. Well, the... More
We chose Le Chrono due to the fact that every outdoor table (only 6-8 tables, very cozy) was occupied, the food on the plates looked delicious, and all of the guests seemed to be truly enjoying themselves. Our waiter was very kind, very welcoming, and very funny. He sang along with the background music as he strolled around checking on... More
They treat you with courtesy and respect and rember from previous times food great and good value for money Great selection menu
We bumped into this restaurant totally randomly (our holiday style...) one evening during the Easter break; we saw a couple of nice dishes of the day and entered. Had to wait a quarter of an hour, but as it was a bit late we were fine with that. Not too sure after realising they offer pizza as well (for us... More
The menu is too ambitious for this small space but we had a nice time here. For starters, we had foie gras (well prepared) and ravioli in a truffle sauce. These were tasty but a bit overcooked. The beef medallions were delicious, but I'm not sure the chunk of Camembert on top added anything--I pushed it aside. The 26 euro... More
If you find yourself in Antibes looking for a place to have lunch in amongst the myriad of restaurants in the 'old town' head to Le Chrono in rue James Close. I have been dining at the Chrono for the past 10 years as I used to live near Antibes. This smallish restaurant is cozy and friendly with an owner... More
If you own or manage Le Chrono, register now for free tools to enhance your listing, attract new reviews, and respond to reviewers.Manage your listing