If you are planning to eat out in Nice it's best to shop around a bit before choosing. There are streets lined with them, often on both sides too, and each has its own "meeter & greeter" outside trying to lure you in. These are fine if you enjoy watching the world go by as you eat, or if you want to see and be seen. However, many of the really good eateries are to be found in little side streets away from the bustling crowds. This is the case with the fabulous Cafe de Nice tucked away in the quiet rue Maurice Jaubert close to the Place Massena. You can always tell if a restaurant is good if it is frequented by the locals, and that's just what you get here. We ate here three times during the week we were in Nice and it will be our first port-of-call when we return next year. Their steak au poivre was cooked to perfection, their duck was delicious, and their tagliatelli with salmon out of this world. For dessert you want to try their Tarte au citron, a lemon meringue pie the size of a small house! These wonderful creations were all on their fixed price menu, so you do get excellent value for your money. To top it all, the staff greet you with a smile and do their best to make you feel at home. What more could anyone ask for?
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