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We met Saray Restaurant by chance when we were walking along the Athenes Boulevard. It is very close to the St. Charles train station. You can eat all kind of Turkish food like döner kebap (4 Euro), iskender kebap (9 Euro), meat balls, dürüm, lentil soup (3 Euro), mixed kebap (12 Euro) and of course the famous Turkish dessert baklava. The kabaps were not the best may be but really tasty...You can sit the tables in front of the restaurant and enjoy your meal. The owner, Turan, was so friendly to us and to the other customers. If you are familiar with the Turkish food you will like Saray Restaurant.
Favorite Dish: Adana Kebap, soup, mixed kebap
Written Oct 12, 2012
Address: 9, Boulevard d'Athènes
The restaurant is at the pedestrian square, Cours d'Estienne d'Orves with lots of other restaurants. We were four and two of us had the set menu 16 Euro / per person.
The starter of fish soup was tasty. They served it with fried bread, cheese and special sauce with garlic and mayonnaise. The main courses were grilled fish (one of them was daurade) served with salad leaves and rice. They were fresh. At the end we preffered chocolate pie and creme caramel. Tasty too.
Other two of us ordered pizzas (each 9 Euro) and they were also happy :) Not the best service I have ever had but the staff were friendly. Nice place to sit on a warm evening, no traffic and rush...
Updated Oct 12, 2012
Address: 28 Cours Honore d'Estienne d'Orves, 13001
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Written Oct 11, 2012
I didn't write down the name of either restaurant we ate at, neither was terribly remarkable although the food was satisfactory.
For lunch we ate at a place with a set menu which seemed like a good deal but when they brought the food out, the portion sizes were smaller than regular portions which was OK but the seafood was actually smaller seafood, tiny mussels, tiny shrimp, tiny oysters.
For dinner we ate on the other side of the harbor, this time I selected a place with moule frites. The food was OK but not worth writing the name down
Written Jun 11, 2012
Always ready to try a curry on our travels and spotted this one close to our hotel. In truth, had far better elsewhere, small portions and little more than mediocre food. Disappointing but priced well.
Written Feb 21, 2012
Address: Quai de Rive-Neuve 2
An evening visit to this large and comfortable restaurant. had expected more of a "pub" atmosphere from the outside but, this is a "real" restaurant - albeit one of a chain.
Difficult to fault the food, a perfect duck steak for me with the vegetarian opting for an old favourite, Flammeküchen. Mrs B even finding room, and the Euros, for a sorbet to finish things off!
Not the cheapest place we've visited but quality food and friendly service - an enjoyable meal.
Written Jan 28, 2012
Address: 1, place aux Huiles
Phone: 04 96 11 01 80
The restaurant is right on the Port Vieu. We wanted to sample the Bouillabaisse. From what we read in various guides, the best Bouillabaisse would include lobster, shellfish and local fish and should cost at least 35.00 Euros. We selected the restaurant after reviewing menus all along the Port and which at 49.90 Euros per person for Bouillabaisse was one of the most expensive. You could not order this dish for one person, so we both had to have it. The broth was tasty, and after a bowl of broth the server presented 5 kinds of fish with heads so we could identify the fish. This was then taken back to the kitchen and divided into two more bowls of broth. I did not finish mine because of all the bones in the fish, it was like picking needles out of your soup. I must say I saw other diners eating what looked like very nice dinners. All in all, if you go there save your money and do not order the Bouillabaisse. I am sure you can find it better elsewhere for less money.
Favorite Dish: We also had the Escargots which were huge and very good.
Written Jul 30, 2011
Address: 14 Quai Du Port, Marseille
Phone: 04 91 90 88 38
Here is a nice and safe place to eat - not too far from the Vieux Port (near the Palais de Justice). Friendly and cheap. The staff is well-travelled too - always ready to help!
Favorite Dish: l'Italien (ciabatta sandwich with smoked ham, mozzarella cheese and zucchini)
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: 40 rue Montgrand, 13006 Marseille
Bar de la Marine sits on one side of the Vieux Port, not far from the small César ferry stop. At lunchtimes, it serves as a restaurant, but at time of writing, I cannot comment on the food as I have never eaten there. It's a nice place to have a drink, though, with ample outdoor seating. Popular with the locals, many stop here for a pre-meal "pastaga" or beer, and it's a good place to watch the people go by, albeit somewhat noisy at times, due to its proximity to the main road. On some evenings, they run special function nights. See their website for details.
Updated Apr 4, 2011
Address: Quai de Rive Neuve, 13007 Marseille
The Café La Samaritaine has been in existence since 1910 and has maintained its "philosophical" charm. Good breakfast (English too...) and sweet dishes (crêpes, ice cream) to accompany tea. Everything is served under the watchful eye of the "Good Mother". A chic and pleasant establishment near the old harbour. Style: 1930s. Special extra: snacks, live entertainment, and garden or terrace. Cuisine: French.
Written Apr 12, 2010
Address: 2, Quai du port - 13002 MARSEILLE
Phone: 04 91 90 31 41
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