Cannes boasts as wide a variety of restaurants as any town of its size in the world. The general standard is good, however, like any tourist magnet some of the fare is less than spectacular, particularly around the busy hotspots along the seafront. Here at CannesNet we've put together a collection of our favourite eateries across the style and price spectrum.
Notes on Prices:
We've based our price guide on a typical two-course meal with a mid-priced bottle of wine shared between two. Prices for more (or less) courses and superior wine choices will alter the bill accordingly. All prices are per person in euros.
Most restaurants (and bars and cafes) include service in the bill. If you see 'servis compris' (service included) then you are not expected to add a more than loose change/notes to your payment.
During festival weeks and high season advance booking is essential. Out of these times you should be able to get a table, however, it is prudent to book a table on the day itself particularly on Friday and Saturday nights.
The tap water in Cannes is perfectly drinkable. You'll save yourself 5 euros or so a meal if you ask for a Carafe D'Eau (bottle of chilled tap water) rather than a named brand mineral water.
Peter D. Clee
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