We went to Le Cactus with 4. Ordered 3 salades and 1 crêpe. Took about 1 hour. Meals were oké. Not possible to pay with cards. Never recieved the change.
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This is located near the entrance of Eze and makes a great place to relax and dine after walking around Eze. Great salads.
Stopped for a mid morning break after walking around the village. We only had drinks – freshly squeezed orange and a cappuccino which were both good. Friendly service. On the basis of what we saw I would certainly consider for lunch if passing again. Just...More
We stopped at Le Cactus for lunch that had a fantastic view of the mountains and shoreline. The 1st of March was a sunny day that we dreemed of in England all winter. The service was good. The food was typical of the region: salads...More
We only stopped there for a coffe, so we cannot judge the food quality. the coffee was fine - expensive! In Lorgues where we live you get two coffee for the price of what we had to pay for one here in Le Cactus. But...More
Me and my wife spent lovely and quiet morning eating pancakes with great view on the mountains and gardens. Waiter was very helpful and food very tasty. Recommended during opening hours when no crowd around.
During this Xmas Season I recommend all French Crepes Lovers this place where one shall enjoy delicious crepes, generous salads or ice creams. Magic view from Eze Village dominating one of the loveliest landscapes of the French Riviera !
Service was nothing special but the food was nice and as were the ice cream sundaes.Yum. Just gorgeous location to have lunch after miandering throught he windy streets for the day. Loved it
We had crepes here during our visit to Eze Village. The crepe was very large, was served open faced and covered the whole plate. They have a entire page of specialty crepes! We sat outside and it was very relaxing and the scenery was beautiful!...More
This cafe is in the picturesque village of Eze. We visited as we were staying with friends locally. The village is very quaint with some steep streets, but with the visits. We stopped at Le Cactus on the way back down as the prices looked...More