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L'Orange Verte is located inside Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort by the Larvotto beach. It's open non-stop from noon til midnight. If you don't have a car, I don't recommend coming on foot because it's a little bit far from the Casino square. Your best bet is taking bus n° 6 (direction: Larvotto).
It's a nice decorated place with cozy seats. There were a few people having late lunch that day. My friend and I decided having tea over this place. Our original plan also included eating some pastries but when we checked their prices (drink menu on their website), we opted only having some tea (I think ours was around 9€). I don't recall what flavor I picked up but as far as I remember, it had a slight taste of peach/passion fruit. Even though we didn't order any pastries, they served us some kind of butter cookie along with our teas, which was really nice.
Updated Apr 9, 2013
Address: 40 avenue Princesse Grace - MC 98000
Café de Paris is one of the most famous and one of the oldest cafe restaurants in the city of Monte Carlo. It is also one of the most famous cafe cum restaurants in the world! It is presently owned by a Swiss restauranteur who has been operating since the 1960s. The elegant cafe restaurant has impressive dining hall as well as outdoor dining areas. Its exterior facade has art deco style of architecture. It serves not only popular and fine French cuisines but also international flavour menus. The restaurant is popular with the rich and famous and is beautifully illuminated at night.
Favorite Dish: Its specialties are fresh oysters and steak tartare which are said to be the best in the city of Monte Carlo!.
Updated Jan 8, 2010
Address: Place du Casino, Monte Carlo
Phone: +377 9216 2000
We cannot remember the name of this wonderful Western food restaurant. It is located at the foothill of the Prince Palace - the first restaurant on the right hand side when you walk into the popular open-air markets of the city of Monte Carlo. The restaurant is quite cosy and well decorated and the services are impeccable.
Favorite Dish: We chose egg prawn sallads and minced meat with tomato sallads and potato chips served with bread and butter.
Updated Jul 28, 2009
Small menu but all is fresh and well executed. It's not cheap by North American standards but it's good value for Monaco. Best bang for the buck! Good food, good ambiance and romantic. Candle lit at night on the Larvotto beach.
Favorite Dish: Tapas Starter
Grilled fish of the day
Written Jul 11, 2008
Address: Larvotto Beach front (ave Princesse Grace)
L'Escale, which in English means The Stopover, or Port of Call, specializes in fish and seafood, and was our favorite restaurant in Monaco. The staff were very frendly and helpful to us stupid Americans, and the food was absolutely delightful. During the two weeks that my co-worker and I were there together, we made it a point to go to a different restaurant or cafe for lunch and dinner every day. We made an exception for L'Escale, as the food was such a pleasant surprise.
Updated Jul 20, 2006
Address: Boulevard Albert-1er in La Condamine
Stylish and popular, this restaurant is a very upscale version of what you might discover on the Argentine plains, loaded with autumn colors, polished copper, leather banquettes, and big windows overlooking the sea. Take a break from gourmet French and sample gourmet Argentinean -- it's definitely the best grilled meat in town!
Favorite Dish: One of the specialties is a tampiquea, a much-marinated spicy filet of beef served with guacamole, salsa, tortillas, and a puree of string beans. An equally delicious choice is a standing roast beef presented on a wheeled trolley and carved at tableside
Written May 21, 2006
Address: 12 av. des Spélugues
Live how the Other Half Lives and Go for the Best. In fact, this restaurant is consistently ranked in lists of the WORLD"S BEST restaurants. Moreover, as opulent dining rooms go, this has to be the most over-the-top -- huge chandeliers, ornate frescoes and a quite outrageous flower arrangement. It's palatial, but the exquisite menu of Alain Ducasse easily shines through! Many of the tables also command beautiful and romatic views of the Monte Carlo harbor.
Favorite Dish: This is true Riviera cuisine: Limousin veal, Pyrenean lamb and amazing local herbs and breads.
But get ready, food and atmosphere like this come at a price: the six-course (and more) menu costs about US$335.
Updated May 21, 2006
Address: In the Hotel de Paris
Stylish, terrific view overlooking the Port. Seating outside terrace style.(shade available) Good quality food. Brasserie style restaurant.
Great place to stop for lunch.
Score: Food quality 7/10, food choice 7/10, food presentation 8/10, atmosphere/surroundings 9/10, friendly staff 8/10, service 7/10, family friendly 8/10, toilets 6/10, car parking 5/10, value for money 8/10, total 73/100.
Would I go back again - yes.
Favorite Dish: From sandwiches (club sandwich € 12, Salad Nicoise € 11) to filling meal. (glass of wine € 5)
Updated May 14, 2006
Address: 1 Bis Av J F Kennedy, 98000 Monaco
Phone: 93 30 86 48
Japanese restaurant in "Le Metropole" (shopping mall).
Monday through Saturday. Lunch: Midday to 2 PM. Dinner: I believe it's from 8 PM (reservation is highly recommended).
NOTICE: During the high season (mid or late May to late September), only opens for lunch. Dinner is only served at their seasonal restaurant at The Sporting (SPORTING ADDRESS: 26, Avenue Princesse Grace. PHONE: +377 92 16 20 36. Reservation highly recommended). Dress code: jacket.
Menu & à la Carte. The CHEAPEST "menu" (a set-price meal) is 15 €, which is an appetizer, an entrance (salad: a few leaves of lettuce, tomatoes, seaweed seasoned with soya sauce), main dish (either chicken teriyaki or grilled fish) with a bowl of rice and misoshiru (clear soup with soybean paste) and dessert (ice-cream decorated with fruit).
Menu & à la Carte. The "menu" price range: 33 to 66 Euros. Travellers on a very tight-budget should avoid having dinner here.
IMPORTANT: All portions are small.
Beverage and dessert are very expensive (my opinion).
Tap water (carafe d'eau) is free.
Closed from May 8th to May 18th. From May 18th to late September, this restaurant is only opens for lunch. Dinner will be served ONLY at their seasonal restaurant address at The Sporting.
Favorite Dish: I've already tried 2 of their menus (Menu #1 =15 €, menu # 3 = 23 €), Sukiyaki (only available at the Sporting address), Vegetable Tempura (21 €), Usuyaki (22 €.), ice-cream (7 €) and cake au chocolate avec glace (11 €).
Always check the bill before paying.
Updated Apr 30, 2006
Address: Le Metropole, 4 avenue de la Madone
Phone: +377 93 30 40 11
Good food, good prices at this outdoor cafe. The owner was on premises to ensure that every patron was happy. We complimented him on the food and by doing so, made a new friend. He introduced us to his cooks, grandmotherly italian ladies that spoke no Engish. But when the owner interpreted for us, we found that these ladies love to cook and love to get compliments on their cooking. The Italians are friendly people that take pride in traditional cooking. We were treated to samples of special olive oil blends, and cheeses.
Favorite Dish: Our group of 6 had a sampler for 14 euros a person. We were treated to pastas, different types of pizzas and salad. It worked perfect because we each had our own favorites from these selections.
Written Mar 28, 2006
Address: lower boardwalk along the beach
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