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Elif Öner
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René Socca, Nice
Let me introduce you to socca: Also known as  Farinata , t orta di ceci  or  cecina, this  is a sort of thin, unleavened  pancake  or  crêpe  of  chickpea flour  originating in  Genoa,  later to become a typical food of the  Ligurian Sea  coast, from  Nice ...

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La Pizza Cresci, Nice
Compared to the more authentic atmosphere throughout the streets of Vieux Nice, the idea of having lunch/dinner at Massena might be a bit tacky..but this place is an exception. If you are held up around here with an empty belly, La Pizza Cresci is definitel...

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Tip Top, Monaco
With all the extravagance, casinos, royal families and Princess Kellys fluttering in the air (Lonely Planet puts the situation wonderfully as "screaming hedonism"), the hard thing to do in Monaco is to find a moderate place to recommend. But you have it. Ti...

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Café de la Place, Nice
A table at front, facing Garibaldi square is one of the coolest places to sit, enjoy your dinner and catch some breeze on the incredibly hot and moisty nights in Nice. Service not unbearably slow. 

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Lenôtre, Cannes
When it comes to chocolate and croissants, and all else that the French have laid their fingers on, don't you also think words become irrelevant?

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Cafe De La Place, St Paul de Vence
Let's get one thing straight. La Colombe d'Or is undoubtedly on top of every suggestion list when it comes to "what to do at St Paul de Vence". No place else is expected to compete with where Picasso habitually had his dinners and paid his tabs with his pai...

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Fenocchio, Nice
Here's what tens of travel blogs would confirm - and they would do so rightfully: A trip to Vieux Nice is not complete without a visit to Fenocchio. If Nice in general hasn't already touched you with the warmth from this sizzling affair, this is where Itali...

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L'Abbaye, Nice
This is no Leon of France. Location on one of the city's busiest squares does not grant so much confidence in top-notch quality and taste either. But if you are up to a Mediterranean treat and trust your belly for some super salty seafood experience, don't ...

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Les Distilleries Idéales, Nice
Think of the town's signature pub, situated right in the crossroads to most of the places you are likely yearning to see. Anyone else you know strolling through the streets of the old city, it's where they'll also eventually end up - either for a quick sip ...

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Monte Carlo & Monaco

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