With views of the Prince’s Palace, the yachts, and the principality, this luxury brasserie is entirely open to the port. Designed in the grand style of Parisian brasseries, this one can seat up to 120 people and is open year-round. The menu features generous servings of traditional cuisine, made with the freshest ingredients that are seasonal and local when possible. This brasserie has been a popular destination since 1999, especially for all those who love seafood.
Public parking is underground in front of the restaurant.
Francis Poidevin learned from the greats: Trocelier, Paul Chene, Lenotre, Delaveine, and was chef at Jean-Pierre Coffe’s Ciboulette. After running his own restaurant, Café la Jatte, he came to Monaco in 1999.
Delicious food, like your grandmother might have made, with a solid wine list, and attentive service in a cozy décor with a relaxed ambiance.
Cocktails, champagne, caviar, oysters, and music in the bar, which is open from 6pm to 1am every evening, with chic décor found in flea markets.
Average price « à la carte » based on one appetizer and one main dish (excluding drinks, according to the menu provided by the restaurant)
In the heart of the principality, close to such legendary events as the F1 Grand Prix and the Yacht Show.