It was already busy when we got there for lunch on a hot summer day but as soon as the first dish arrived, we forgot about the heat! Everything was fresh, grown locally or caught in nearby waters. Seafood was succulent, vegetagles were crispy and the presentation was just divine even for an informal lunch. Could it be that I was in Provencal food paradise? Most likely judging by tasy bites we were savoring and the diners around us. Don't miss the big 'thumb up' by the entry door.
Favorite Dish: Every single dish was delicious. Salads, fruits de mer(seafood) , cheeses.
Just outside the walls of St. Paul de Vence, this is a historic home that has been turned into fabulous little hotel and restaurant. Home to one of the greatest private collections of modern art, it's always nice to gaze at Picassos and Matisses while you're waiting for the main course. (Apparently, many a starving artist lived on the owners' goodwill and repaid the favor with masterpieces.) The food was rich, and the service was elegant. All in all, money well spent.
With a atmospheric terrace on the Place Clemenceau, this lovely restaurant has the best seats in town. Wood-grilled pizzas, lamb, and pasta dishes, and affordable prices, too.
Favorite Dish: Pizza aux quartres fromages