This restaurant serves Italian staples, massive steaks, and the best wood-oven pizza in all of Marseilles—and is notoriously hard to find and has no phone...more
A ten-minute walk from Le Petit Nice brings you to the Vallon des Auffes, a perfect, small calanque (gorge) tucked away underneath the Corniche where Marseille...more
Chez Michel is not the most attractive restaurant, thanks to a cheesy, seafood-inspired decorating scheme, but it does offer delicious and authentic...more
In such a seafood-saturated town, it's nice to find a place where—as you might have guessed by the name—steak is the main attraction. There are also...more
The Web site alone should be a clue that this well-regarded portside restaurant is staking its reputation on bouillabaisse—and with good reason. The...more
Illustrating the renaissance of the port city, this second-floor boîte with wood floors, white pillars and tablecloths, and mulberry-colored walls boasts a...more
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