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Skip the over priced restaurants in Callelongue or Les Goudes and stop by this gem instead!
If you want to have a meal close to the water, this is as close as it gets: situated at the end of the smallest harbor you can imagine,...More
The cuisine is a fusion of French and Asian (Filipino) influence. The location is absolutely stunning, on the cliffs of Marseille. The walls are mostly glass, so it tends to be a bit noisy. Service is splendid, and the prices are worth the experience!
We found this wee gem by mistake after stumbling off the number 19 bus from Marseille. A blast of fresh air did not put us off a table outside and the friendly service soon put thoughts of being blown into the Med out of our...More
My husband and I recently enjoyed a dinner at Au Bord de L'Eau with a nephew and his family who are residents of Marseilles. We ate outside overlooking the petite port so I cannot comment on the interior of the restaurant. The covered outdoor terrace...More
Had a superb table on the outdoor terrace, overlooking the small port. Dined while watching the sun setting - idyllic.
Very good starters including antipasti vegetable dish, salmon tartare, grilled goats cheese, tomato Burrata, all served with lots of fresh salad. Excellent main courses including...More
This place is really well located right next to the La Madrague little port. This place is the best place to go if you are looking for some delicious Fresh Pizzas by the sea. Also offer some really fresh seafood dishes. Great place to sit...More
We visited on a Saturday evening having just arrived in the village and although the pretty outside area was fully booked we were accommodated inside with no trouble. The staff were very friendly and helpful and we enjoyed the pizza very much. We had hoped...More
This is your "typical" Marseille restaurant sitting cosy in the niche of the calanque rocks around a tiny small inlet of the Mediterranean with some boats hanging (literally) around. Ok all is perhaps not perfect, but the fish-soup (in a "marmite" as the French say)...More
This beach shack of a place with a broad outdoor terrace is a wonderful place to enjoy the view of a small beach in a sea inlet and a small fishing community. Food, as other reviewers have commented, is a bit hit and miss, as...More