About Nice Restaurants
The largest and most vibrant city in the Cote D'Azur, Nice boasts a cosmopolitan restaurant scene. From French haute gourmet to more simple bistro fare, you'll find food for all moods and budgets in this town. Head to Vieux (Old) Nice to experience the heart and soul of the city including a dizzying number of food stalls for those dining on a budget. One great Old Nice choice is Le Safari, which does consistently good Italian influenced comfort food like pizza and pasta dishes. You can sit outside when the weather is nice and watch life pass by. Beyond the old town, check out the streets around the swank Port of Nice, where the vacationing yachts park in summer, for some of the city's most trendy eats including Jan Restaurant. One of the hottest spots in town, Jan, is named after its South African chef owner Jan Jan Hendrick van der Westhuizen, and focuses on modern French fare that gets an A+ for flavor and fusion. And then there are the grand hotels of Nice, like the Hotel Negrosco, home to the delicious Le Chantecler, which is famed for its Nicose cooking.
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