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A wealth of flavours
From one valley to the ext, local gastronomy is an invitation to pleasure and the art of living. Discover the world of flavours, products from the south, recipes and secrets from some of the most inspired chefs. Your senses and your taste buds will be delighted by this Cuisine du Soleil, as authentic as it is creative.
Michelin starred Restaurants


Information for gourmets… Here is a list of some of the best restaurants to discover or rediscover in the region.

Grasse "La Bastide Saint Antoine" 1 star
Le Bar-sur-Loup "L'hostellerie du château" 1 star
La Colle-sur-Loup "Alain Llorca" 1 star
Le Rouret "Clos Saint-Pierre" 1 star
Magagnosc "Au fil du temps" 1 star
Peillon "Auberge de la Madone" 1 star
Tourrettes-sur-Loup  "Clovis" 1 star
Vence "Les Bacchanales" 1 star
Vence "Le St-Martin", Château Saint Martin & Spa 2 stars
The "Cuisine Nissarde" Label - Respect for tradition


A range of local restaurants have signed up to the "Cuisine Nissarde, respect for tradition” mark, and offer traditional Nicoise cuisine.
The "Cuisine Nissarde" mark – respect for tradition

The Spirit of Local Bistros


All year round, in the small villages of the region, a warm and friendly ambience awaits you in our local bistros, or Bistrots de Pays!
While you are savouring local products, you can find out everything there is to know about the art of living and local traditions, and get tips about visits to the surrounding area. In fact, you will quite simply be spoilt! So, welcome!

 Local bistros



Visits and tastings


A meeting point between Provence and the Mediterranean, this gives our local products their diversity and range: herbs, summer vegetables, olives and AOC classified oils, wines, likewise labelled, honey, fruits used in fine confectionaries…to the flowers used here in our cuisine...

Pressing machines, paddle wheels driven by river water, discover all the secrets of olive oil production over the ages...November to March is the best time to visit, as mills will be working on the grinding of olives.
The Comté de Nice is renowned for its wines, which are among some of the best crus in Provence.
For serious gourmands: don’t miss the orangettes, candied fruits, crystallised flowers...

To find out everything there is to know about apiarian products...


To find out all there is to know about cheeses and other mountain cuisine...
Cooking lessons


To learn the tricks of the trade and the kitchen secrets of chefs.

 Cooking lessons


october 20 2019
Stands with local and handmade products in the streets of the village. Musical entertainment, meals
november 03 2019
Tasking of grilled sweet chestnuts, sale of chestnuts, cream and products from chestnut growers,
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