the interior outfit is a question of taste. the 'background music' is so loud that you have to scream and shout to communicate. To talk across the table is impossible. So if you have to host a dinner and don't want to talk to your guests this is the place to go. And please, don't go there if you are hungry. Most of the portions are tiny and overpriced and the food mediocre. The 'crispy' Octopus starter @ $ 26 was served overcooked, not crispy at all and tasted like food served on a bus station; the 'Artichokes Salad' an undefinable stodge. The Bellini was served with what I guess was a second class sparkling wine mixed with some syrup. The Branzino portion @ $ 42,50 must have been a baby Branzino - so small that it almost fit single fork size. As it was impossible to lead a conversation even when screaming as the music was as loud as in a night club, we complained with management. The manager elegantly talking with a French accent informed that this is the concept of the establishment. In spite of the fact that several tables in some other corners where the music seemed to blast at some lower volume, he refused our request to offer us a table in some more silent corner. I assume it was meant to be funny that at some stage of our complaint the volume was taken down a bit to only be put to an even higher level 3 minutes later. If your hearing is bad or you are happy to have an excuse to avoid to talk to your table peer and/or you don't mind the quality of food neither hefty bills, this is the place to go. Knowing the Cote d'Azur reasonably well, in my opinion the name of the place is an insult to the French and is in line with the present ratings of unlucky French President Hollande.
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