If you are visiting the Rothschild Villa & Gardens, there is a tea room in the conservatory. You can eat outside weather permitting and that might be quieter. The Villa is a popular tourist attraction and the buses arrive and disgorge tourists who all want (or need) to eat at the Villa. Large groups of people of any nationality tend to be noisy so outside is better than inside.
Favorite Dish: We had a salad and the "salt tart" that was a small ham quiche. It is not gourmet fare but it is more than adequate and very convenient. Views from both restaurant and outdoor dining area are spectacular and the service was excellent. There was a dessert cart but we wanted to return to the gardens so didn't check it out.
Check the web site below for sample menus and prices. The tea room is open until closing time each day in high season.
Italian, mediterranean and sea food served. We came here for lunch. I had the menu (18 Euros): caprese salad, Veal Scallop and ice-cream. My husband ordered a pizza (Reine: 13 Euros), unfortunately it seemed to be a frozen one. Service was quick. The Italian owners were very corteous, but other than that, nothing special about the place or the food.
Michael Winner writes endlessly about it, Andrew Lloyd Weber tells everyone about it. Its renowned among prestigious awards for over a decade. And it was Fermeture Exceptionelle when I turned up. Another time maybe.