The kind of gems that it is great to find on here.
I might have thought it was a cute brasserie walking by, but the food is so much more.
I now always go at least 2 or 3 times vert time I visit Cannes.
Great mix of French classics with some subtle Asian influence in the way the chef prepares vegetable, with an emphasis on freshness and lightness.
The kind of place where you can have rognons one day and a delicious vegetarian plate the next day.
The owner is in the kitchen and it cooks pretty much everything form A to Z. And she must love desserts cause those are good. Save some room for the end. At least for a café gourmand.
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