Chef globe-trotter et cuisine hors frontière : rendez-vous sous les oliviers pour une gastronomie de haute voltige et pleine de piquant.
The colours to boost the spirits, the bistro benches for their friendliness and the well-lit patio to make it clear that you are in the south.
Just like the so-called “fada” (crackpot) who designed the vertical village housing this restaurant, the chef is ahead of his time.See for yourself!
Delicious squid with garlic, a beef steak grilled over a wood fire, a fine pizza to die for? What do we want? Another carafe of rosé, please!
The cuisine is serious and varied, the setting soothing and the glass roof is a museum piece … Stop! Un Tout Petit Monde wants us to get off here …
In the middle of a cul-de-sac overflowing with flamboyant bougainvillea, a mauve façade and a rusty sign invite you to open the door for a journey outside time.
In China, a mandarin was a man of culture. Here, he is an ambassador for his country wearing a kitchen apron.
There was a time when a good wine was necessarily a cru bourgeois aged in oak barrels. But now we know better, and we’re letting you in on the secret.
With its schoolroom chairs and industrial-style lights, La Cocotte has something of the childlike. The food, made with fresh produce, is very adult and sensible.
This colourful Belle Epoque brasserie has become one of the liveliest restaurants in town, which just goes to show that Marseille was lacking a real bistro.