Started with a house red wine that was very nondescript. We had ordered the Plat de Jour which was a veal Ossu Bucco with a salad, the veal was very flavorful but very fatty.
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A charming cafe, decorated in whimsical style. We called in for a coffee stop - in my case it was a 'vin chaud' (French version of mulled wine). There is a little garden which will be lovely in summer and a discrete restaurant area hidden...More
Leafy cafe/restaurant in the vieille ville in Antibes. The motto here is more is beautiful, and you're almost attacked by hippy bits and pieces and greenery in the back garden. We had good home made panna cotta, coffee and quite a good time in the...More
We wanted somewhere to have breakfast in the sun, and there are areas of this café that give you that, so off to a good start. The place has a feel that many items are collected and nothing gets thrown away - the ambiance created...More
Overpriced menu consisting mainly of salads with dubious and bizarre ingredients (mushrooms in a Caesar???). Tapas portion of guacamole tasted suspiciously like the stuff from a jar and was served with Doritos. Fish and chips (chosen because there was nothing else even mildly tempting) were...More
We visited this place first back in March for breakfast and hadn't realised it had a large seating area at the back. We returned for dinner in June and sat in the Garden/Courtyard at the back and had a lovely meal (albeit a limited menu).
Had several coffees there last week, in search of a quiet place with wifi. Nice and cosy inside, it is also a peaceful place in the garden. I did not try the food which looks pretty average, and I would advise to go to the...More
Been there before with good experience. Ambience is quirky, but with a certain charm. Today the girls waiting the tables were stressed and had us waiting a bit too long. Main courses were good when they arrived but a cheese platter for dessert with two...More