He is one of the most talented and creative chefs of the great French cuisine. With two stars in the 2013 Guide MICHELIN (R), Bruno Oger cultivates perfection and passion in this unique setting, the 18th century Notre-Dame des-Anges country house, the original character of which he has managed to preserve. An authentic atmosphere can be enjoyed in its two lounges that remind one of a private hotel and lead onto a private inner courtyard shaded by centenary trees, where one enjoys a feeling of wellbeing and conviviality.
Set within an ancient vaulted stone cellar, this restaurant with its agreeable court-side terrace is not only authentic through its setting. But through its food as well. No fixed menu here! Imagine your own "creative" dish by associating the side dishes of the day with the meats or fishes on offer.
The dishes are prepared on the premises with fresh market produce - the fish comes exclusively from the Cannes bay - and inspired by (revisited) regional family recipes. People come from as far as Nice to savour small vegetablestuffed courgettes, giant ravioli, fava bean and radish salad, chard tart... a return to the flavours of their childhood. Add to that a friendly setting, slightly faded two-colour tiles, simply set small square tables and you will be completely won over.
At the entrance a flowering barrel invites you to step into a vast dining room. In the middle a large bar and brick coloured barstools, an authentic wooden dinner table set around other more classical ones, with bistro chairs, purple walls and an aperitif corner with club armchairs...
Every day, in addition to the menu, three or four suggestions and a dish of the day emerge from the Chef's kitchen. Also a caterer, the restaurant promotes authentic products and will serve you, presented as a sweet, a camembert papillote. Inside, the cheese is covered with apple slices, white grapes, nuts, lard and sprinkled with Calvados.
On his quest for perfection at his gourmet restaurant, Bruno Oger hasn't forgotten those looking for a friendly place, a gourmet dish and a more reasonable bill. An expectation clearly answered by "Le Bistrot des Anges", distinguished by the 2013 Bib Gourmand (R), the bistro equivalent of the Michelin Guide.
Seated in the dining room, the conservatory or below the terrace's shady pergola, you will be offered traditional cuisine: Roman Ravioli, Wild Sage and Pumpkin Squid, or even the Mediterranean Beef Tartar, never forgetting the Dessert Trolley of Sylvain Mathy, "2002 France Dessert Champion". And before or after savouring these flavours, you can also enjoy the restaurant's agreeable atmosphere at the Ange Bar that will receive you every day in its cosy lounges.
The conductor's name is Claude Sutter, ex-chef of the Cannes Palm Square. Seated in a comfortable arm chair in this elegant and cosy restaurant & wine bar, one can admire the cupboard containing a selection of the best French vintages. Here Sutter conducts a unique score: bistronomy, in which the notes, exclusively fresh produce of the season, assemble to form a melody that releases exquisite flavours.
Complimentary ham chiffonnade as an appetizer, "grande tradition" pâté en croûte, crouton and mesclun salad, sautéed kidneys and veal sweetbread, light vanilla millefeuille... it's a clear round, and even more so as the menu offers very affordable prices for dishes imagined by a Master Chef.
The regulars know it well. Always sporting his straw boater, the owner possesses the gift of making your mouth water with a few tantalizing gastronomic suggestions. His motto: help you discover the rich variety of tastes and flavours.
It all begins at the market, with high-quality fresh products that are locally grown, and a menu that changes along with the seasons. Add just a touch of creativity and the chef's magic is at work.When a sautéed fillet of French beef and its crisp vegetables meet the flavours of Asia... it's like coming home from a long holiday.
A name that sets the tone for an extremely fresh and welcoming restaurant. A large counter in pale wood, olive green chairs and benches along with pretty tables decked with checked place sets will welcome you in to share a taste of authenticity. This is a family restaurant with a 100% home-made menu.
Specialities of the chef - veal head, couscous, hunter's rabbit stew, lamb navarin... - or other dishes à la carte: discover a wide range of delights for small prices. The finishing touch is a charming little terrace where one can enjoy a quiet drink without being disturbed.
An address well known by the lovers of good traditional cuisine. Pink, orchid or jasmine menu: let yourself be seduced by delicious dishes, be it a simple beef fillet or fish (according to delivery...) served in a friendly atmosphere, with exposed stone walls, terracotta tiles, wooden cupboards and chocolate and aniseed tones for the table settings.You will be delighted by a succession of gourmet dishes and a trou normand is offered in each menu, providing a brief pause... before the next dish!
A small lounge also awaits you, but the terrace is so charming - with its large flower pots and wooden palisades - that we recommend you make a reservation beforehand should you wish to have lunch or dinner there.
A home-made foie gras to start off with, veal kidneys to continue and a tarte tatin to conclude... This diner unites the chef's three specialities to be savoured in the winter, in the small dining room on the first floor that might resemble our living room. Parquet floors, curtains, a fireplace: it's a cosy and perfect setting to discover this traditional cuisine.
On fine days, the menu "essentials" or any other dish of your choice will be served on the beautiful terrace of the place Bellevue. A completely different atmosphere, but one that is quite as delightful.
In an enchanting setting in the heart of a two-hectare park, this restaurant will welcome you to a delightful covered terrace or its extension alongside the swimming pool. Just sit back and enjoy a complete change of scenery! Grey braided garden furniture, bamboo flower pots for a zen garden, and a sparkling atmosphere indoors with wenge tables and great fuchsia flower pots echoing the colour of the chairs.
You will also discover a stage, set for the shows, concerts and themed evenings organised on Friday and Saturday evenings as well as on Wednesdays in the summer.Within the menu: the same harmony, cheerfulness and pleasure. A varied choice is on offer with, for starters, a "fish soup with rouille and croutons" if you feel like fish or, if not, a "platter of Provencal marinated vegetable Antipasti and cured ham".