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Ever been to Nice in Southern France on the French Riviera? For those who have, take a trip down memory lane and remember the grasshoppers, the sun, the pissaladière -the local pizza- and the pan-bagnat -the local sandwich.

For those who haven’t, just try to imagine a juicy tomato melting on fresh bread along with fresh tuna and quality olive oil. Yes, we are hungry too now. Good thing then Paris has its own restaurant directly imported from Nice in the 11th arrondissement. The city of Nice is known for its authentic cuisine and this is what the three Niçois (people from Nice) tried to import to the capital.

Les Niçois, southern france cuisine in paris, by the tourist in paris

The menu changes everyday but always presents specialties from the city, tapas and cocktails for every hour of the day. The rather spacious venue is decorated in a clean and tasteful bric-a-brac way.

In a word, this is a place Parisians go to feel like they are on vacation. The ultimate argument? A pétanque -it’s a bowl game played on sand from Southern France- ground in the basement (like Chez Bouboule) that you can book for an hour or two. You and your friends are going to love this game.

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And for those travelling with children, note that our very attentive Niçois thought about you since their Sunday brunch often comes with a daycare so that you can enjoy the real extent of total idleness, or as we say on the Riviera, farniente.

When? Open on Tuesday through Sundays from 12pm to 2am. Reserve your pétanque game by phone: +33 9 84 16 55 03

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When:
Tuesday to Sunday

Where: Les Niçois, Rue Lacharrière, Paris, France
Metro: Saint Ambroise (Line 9, light green) or Rue Saint Maur (Line 3, green)