Pubblicato il 12 December 2023 da Redazione in Where to Eat in Nice

Where to eat in Nice, the top 10 restaurants.

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Where to eat in Nice, the top 10 restaurants.

Welcome to Nice, the capital of the Alpes-Maritimes department, a beautiful city with countless points of interest.


Today, we want to guide you to discover its best restaurants, and among many alternatives, we have selected 10.

La Rotonde

The colorful and festive atmosphere of the Negresco Brasserie evokes an 18th-century carousel. The contemporary and creative cuisine, led by the young and talented chef Virginie Basselot, offers a beautiful experience with prices in proportion.


Brasserie dell’Hotel Negresco – 37 Promenade des Anglais – Tel. 0033-(0)4-93166411 – Website

Le 3e

On the panoramic terrace of the spectacular Palais de la Méditerranée, overlooking the Promenade, you’ll find a fantastic view and seasonal Mediterranean cuisine by chef Cyril Cheype. Lunch, dinner, brunch, and convivial tapas are all part of the experience.


Palais de la Méditerranée – 13-15 Promenade des Anglais – Tel. 0033-(0)4-92147719 – Website

Angelo Italian Restaurant

The Italian restaurant at the Boscolo Hotel celebrates local products and truffles in every season. New proposals and local specialties with a touch of French flair in a pleasantly convivial setting.

Boscolo Nice – 12 Boulevard Victor Hugo – Tel. 0033 (0)4 97 038 983 – Website

Le Canon

Just behind the Promenade, in the musicians’ quarter, a very pleasant restaurant with a vintage bistro atmosphere. Traditional recipes revisited with local products, including those from Liguria and Piedmont, and an excellent selection of natural wines, also available by the glass.

23 rue Meyerbeer – Tel. 0033-(0)4-93790924 – Instagram: @le_canon

Le Flaveur

The Tourteaux brothers’ restaurant has become one of the excellence addresses in Nice’s gastronomy, blending local products with exotic spices. For a unique (and somewhat expensive) flavor experience.

25 rue Gubernatis – Tel. 0033-(0)4-93625395 – Website

Chez Davia

Chef Pierre Altobelli’s restaurant was opened in the ’50s by his grandparents, who came from Italy. Having worked with top chefs like Alain Ducasse, Pierre Gagnaire, Yannick Alléno, and Troigros in Tokyo, he returned to Nice with his Japanese wife, offering excellent traditional recipes creatively revisited with a touch of Japan.

11bis rue Grimaldi, Nice – Tel. 0033-(0)4-93879139 – Website


A minimal-chic address near Place Masséna, where chef Mickaël Gracieux offers creative, contemporary, and market cuisine with high gastronomy recipes.

2 rue Gustave Deloye – Tel. 0033-(0)4-93629824 – Website

Le Bistrot du Port

The port area is becoming more lively: chef José Orsini’s bistro, who has worked in top restaurants, offers menus mainly focused on fish dishes.

28 quai Lunel – Tel. 0033-(0)4-93552170 – Facebook

Olive et Artichaut

In Old Nice, the Mediterranean gourmet restaurant by Aurélie Marion and Thomas Hubert offers an interesting quality/price ratio. The cuisine emphasizes local products with attention to seasonality. The look is simple and inspired by nature, with an open kitchen. There’s also a grocery space for purchases of selected products.

6 rue Sainte Reparate – Tel. 0033-(0)4-89149751 – Website


A completely renovated gastronomic space in the former Gare du Sud in the Libération district, managed by Italian Renato Tiera. Mediterraneo offers typical cuisine from the “Mare Nostrum,” including Italian, Lebanese, Spanish, Oriental, and Greek dishes, as well as those from the South of France. Open from 8 am to 11 pm, with concerts, animations, and exhibitions. Three different types of food: cold dishes, grilled dishes, and traditional dishes with a good look at the prices.

Gare du Sud, 35 avenue Malaussena – Website