I found a charming restaurant on one of the narrow streets in Old Nice, not far from the Cathedrale St. Reparate. I was enjoying my lunch so much that I had forgotten to take a before photo of my steak & fries! But, it was the bread to die for – so much so, that I asked where they source it and after lunch, went to the nearby boulangerie to buy some. Generally, the bread served in a restaurant is a sign (to me) of the overall quality of the restaurant and their attention to detail. The service was polite and efficient; the chef also came into the dining room to ask if all was OK with everyone. A great find!
I agree about the importance of good bread (despite the fact that our home consumption is more often than not limited to breakfast). Another for our growing list!
French breads are definitely not created equal 🙂
Mignon! Mais les plafonds bas me font un peu peur 😉 ils pourraient tomber! Vous etes seuls en dedans?
Merci – There were about 8 other diners enjoying this restaurant; the ceiling is about 8 feet high or so… 🙂
Salut Do you have av archive? I’m searching a hotel with charm in the area for June.
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Hi JoAnne: I personally recommend the Vendome Hotel in Nice – great location, charming, friendly service – see my article http://twentyfourseveninfrance.com/2012/07/18/3-star-hotel-in-nice/
Oh, la, la….maybe!