Great service and food but it's a restaurant to go with time. The service takes some time but that's what makes this place unique.
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This was one of our favorite restaurants while in in Nice. A different olive oil is paired with each dish and course. We shared one of the salads as a starter - with stuffed squash flowers- as described by the owner as a surprise! It...More
The best part of the restaurant is the owner, very kind person who chats with everyone, and fresh vegetable based starters and salads.Food is nice but not exceptional. Also, it is nice to try and buy different olive oils. Order everything including dessert in the...More
We were lucky enough to stumble across this little gem when strolling through the old town. The staff were very friendly and took the time to really connect with the guests. We were given a detailed description of each item on the menu in English...More
One of the top 5 meals of my life! It was so good the first time that we immediately made another reservation before we left Nice. So, we had two equally wonderful meals at this remarkable restaurant. It was so special because not only was...More
Locataires in a tiny street in the old town this cosy place was our lunch choice, a good one at that. The charming hostess helped us pick the dishes, aubergine and red pepper for me and sallad for my wife. My dish was delicious but...More
We just must visit this excellent restaurant is every time we come to Nice. All courses on the menu are served with different olive oils and it is eye opening to experience how different olive oil can taste and especially how well the different tastes...More
This is our first time to be this restaurant. We expected to have a wonderful dinner, it is. We tasted some different Oliver oils and also very good salad here. The waiter and waitress are very kind and English speaker. Easy to talk with.
This is, by far, the best restaurant I have visited in Nice. I have eaten there on a number of occasions and try every time I'm in the city I try to make it a point to go there. It's small and intimate. The food...More