Find out what Seafood restaurants to try in Marseille. Travelers visit the port city of Marseille, the third largest city in France, for the meeting of style and history. The bay, flanked by Fort Saint-Nicolas, and Fort Saint-Jean shelters the Castle of If, from Count of Monte Cristo fame. Watched over by the basilica Notre-Dame-de-la-Garde, the city's pedestrian zones and shopping areas (including the colorful French-African quarter) mix with historical sites.Travelers looking for a fun time go to the OK Corral, a cowboy theme amusement park.
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4 based on 548 reviews
L'avant cour offers the best of the sea with its shellfish served at the plate or worked as tapas cooked his fish to the card in marinades , sauces or grilled , with fish of the small port arrival or meats Angus , ending up in a small seaside tourist port
This lovely restaurant is located a little off the harbour (literally a hidden gem) and serves excellent, very fresh seafood and delicious wine. It is very clean and relaxed, and we had the most wonderful time there.The owner is very enthusiastic about the food he serves and came to our table to explain the menu. The food was delicious (we had soup, risotto with shrimps, sea bream, fish and chips, and crÃ¨me brÃ»lÃ©e), very well prepared and beautifully presented. Highly recommended!
4 based on 132 reviews
Petit restaurant avec terrasse "en Ã©tÃ©", vous proposant une cuisine rÃ©gionale de saison, avec des produits frais... En carte d'hivers quelques produits Savoyards vous sont Ã©galement proposÃ© avec le savoir faire de la patronne et ses 15 ans passÃ© en Savoie
We picked this restaurant as the lady who runs it engaged us in conversation and talked us into coming in and we were very happy that we did! Had scallops, veal with mushroom creme sauce and a fresh hot crepe for dessert. Charming little place!
5 based on 74 reviews
We sat outside (do listen out for the man who sings the Marseillaise in the restaurant next door, only if France are playing, however). We had the tuna which others have mentioned from the fairly short menu and it was really delicious, as others have mentioned. The service was really friendly and helpful.A 20 minute, easy walk from the port.
4 based on 362 reviews
Had a fantastic lunch, beautiful view and super knowledgeable server named Fred! Definitely worth it. So far my favorite restaurant in Marseille! The razor clams, linguini & clams, tuna tartar, grilled turbot and fantastic CÃ´tes de Provence RosÃ© called âTentationâ all were outstanding!
4 based on 419 reviews
La Cigale Restaurant, is a Provencal restaurant, with an amazing view on the Old port of marseille. We propose only home-made fresh food.
We had mussels with cream sauce and it was delicious as well as was Aperol Spritz! Normal price, in Vieux-Port and very friendly service. I really recommend this place for a nice dinner or lunch!
4 based on 315 reviews
Between sea and land... Fresh seafood restaurant or ham and cheeses to share around french wines ! Open all the year and take away possible !
I make a reservation online given the reviews and advice on TripAdvisor. I would recommend doing this as Entre Terre et Mer is very popular.We received a very warm welcome and were shown to our outside table. We thoroughly enjoyed our seafood platter for three & board of Serrano ham. The Bodin Cassis wine is highly recommended and comes chilled in an âice bagâ - loved this and managed to buy a couple in Galleries Lafayette. For desert I enjoyed the chocolate mousse & my husband loved the raspberry sorbet. Our bill was a reasonable 156 euros and well worth the money.Service is excellent and the food was the best we had whilst in Marseille.
4 based on 1319 reviews
Took Mom there for her BD on 14/07 (National Day). The boss is the BOSS and he makes sure everything goes well and you are greeted there on the first time as if you had your member's card. The place is a little port and guess what? It shows. The fish is clearly fresh and the local dishes are just great and the prices ar
5 based on 312 reviews
CHARMANT MARSEILLAIS - Ideally located opposite the OpÃ©ra de Marseille, a few meters from the old port of the city, CafÃ© Bovo is the place of the district or enjoy a real bistronomic cuisine at very reasonable prices. A PASSIONED CHEF - Denis Ansaldi is h
On recommendation from a Marseille resident and excellent chef, I had lunch at Cafe Bovo. Fantastic. I will return for lunch and dinner. Excellent Burrata dish then perfect Steak Tartare full of basil with creamed sweet potato. Excellent, excellent. I compare this favorably with Maison Pic where I dined a few days ago. Do not miss Bovo!Merci infiniment pour votre enthousiasme, je suis trÃ¨s touchÃ© par votre commentaire !!!A trÃ¨s bientÃ´t
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