NICE FOR GOURMETS

  • © Atout France/Cédric Helsly

    © Atout France/Cédric Helsly

  • © Atout France/Cédric Helsly

    © Atout France/Cédric Helsly

NICE FOR GOURMETS

- the Niçoise cuisine label 

The aim is to enable tourists to be sure of the quality of Niçoise cuisine served in restaurants holding that label

RESTAURANT APHRODITE DAVID FAURE 10 boulevard Dubouchage06000 - NiceTél. : +33(0)4 93 85 63 53 - Fax : +33(0)4 93 80 10 41Email : reception@restaurant-aphrodite.com - Site : http://www.restaurant-aphrodite.com

 

ACCHIARDO 38 rue Droite06300 - NiceTél. : +33(0)4 93 85 51 16

 

RESTAURANT LA ZUCCA MAGICA 4 bis quai Papacino06300 - NiceTél. : +33(0)4 93 56 25 27Email : marcodellamagica@gmail.com - Site : http://www.zuccamagica.com

 

RESTAURANT LE CHANTECLER 37 Promenade des Anglais06000 - NICETél. : +33(0)4 93 16 64 00 - Fax : +33(0)4 93 88 35 68Email : chantecler@hotel-negresco.com - Site : http://www.hotel-negresco-nice.com

 

L’ECOLE DE NICE- KEISUKE MATSUSHIMA 16, rue de la Buffa06000 NiceTél. 04 93 81 39 30Site: www.lecoledenice.com

 

THE FLOWER MARKET :Cours Saleya is one of the busiest parts of Old Nice with its flower market; many of its products from the greenhouses on the hills of Nice exhale their subtle fragrances dominated by the perfume of mimosa in winter. Every morning, except Monday. 
The fruit and vegetable market was selected by the NationalCulinary Arts Council as one of France’s most picturesque markets.The antiques market replaces the fruits and vegetables under the striped awnings on Monday from 7:30am to 6pm except on the eve of holidays, and on Place Garibaldi, on the 3rd Saturday of each month..A summer evening crafts market is held from mid May to mid September 6pm to 0:30 am.Place Saint-François hosts the fish market every morning from 6:00am to 1:00pm, except Monday

 

LOCAL PRODUCTS THE WINE OF BELLET www.vinsdebellet.comWines that enhance the cuisine of Nice: these AOC (Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée) wines, red, white and rosé, have earned an excellent reputation in particular on the ‘star-studded’ tables of great restaurants in Nice and are made with grapes grown on the hills of Nice, just a 20-minute drive from the city centre.Some producers offer tours of their estates

 

THE OLIVE OIL
The AOC ‘olive de Nice’ is grown on a variety of olive tree called the ‘cailletier’ that thrives on the hills of the Alpes-Maritimes.Table olives are kept in brine made with sea salt for six months before being eaten, when they offer their incomparably fine, crisp fruity taste.AOC olive oil from Nice is made with olives picked from November to April, traditionally using the gaulage technique, beating the branches with a long pole. This extra virgin oil is produced in the 27 mills remaining in the département.The Alziari olive oil mill, the only one still operating in Nice, offers a chance to discover the making of olive oil year round.Free guided tour, free tasting.318 bd de la Madeleine Tel : +33 (0)4 93 44 45 12 - www.alziari.com.fr