Due to its close proximity to Italy, Cannes’ culture has experienced more than just a touch of Italian influence. This also extends to its coffee, which is the most stylish coffee offered in Cannes and found in the Armani Caffè. Design values are high with its location on La Croisette. Join the other well-dressed patrons to enjoy excellent pastries, beverages and great lunch options, all the while watching Cannes life go by.
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You just may have one of your best meals in Cannes in this beautiful restaurant and art gallery. The owners, Frank, Fanny and Bertrand, have created a delightful dining experience for their guests. From their French food bursting with flavor and modern twists, to the wonderful service provided, this is one to book ahead. Many of their wines are biodynamic and organic. Tip: check their website if you wish to visit when an exhibition contemporary artwork is on display.
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Situated in Le Suquet, the old neighborhood of Cannes, critically acclaimed Mantel, or Table 22, has been feeding locals, visitors and Hollywood stars for some time now. Located on a charming alley that winds its way up through the old town, Mantel is elegant and refined with food to match. Favorites include the deep fried zucchini flowers or the marinated sea bream. There are no tables outside, but the interior is lovely. It is the perfect place to go if you want to get out of the high summer heat or winter chill.
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Le Cabanon Restaurant Plage
Dining on the beach is a Cannes specialty and with a plethora of beach restaurants to choose one, finding the best can be hard. However, we have found the perfect one. Le Cabanon is ‘sur la plage’ dining at its finest. Start your morning with sunbathing on one of Le Cabanon’s sun loungers, and then make your way up to the shaded restaurant area for lunch. Food is always fresh and delicious here. Favourites include the lobster accompanied with a glass of rosé.
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