Restaurants in the Centre of Cannes
Dining in Cannes
Casa Mia - bar & restaurant
1930's house with garden in the centre of Cannes. Open evenings only from 7.30pm until 2am - don't look for a sign there isn't one. The bar has a DJ and you can dine in the restaurant or garden.
You can find it at 7 rue Marceau (north of the rue d'Antibes) 04 93 38 93 93 or see www.casamia-cannes.com
La Chunga Bar & Restaurant
Rare! Cannes all night restaurant - open until 5am.
An institution in the town
At La Brouette de Grande-mère, at 9A rue d'Oran, there is a fixed price menu which consists of an aperitif, terrine, dill marinated salmon with a glass of iced vodka, a choice of main courses - beef, lamb, rabbit or fish - and a dessert together with a half bottle of Provence wine per person. Telephone: 04 93 39 12 10
You could be forgiven for walking past the entrance and be unaware that it is L'Affable Restaurant. Once through the doors you are welcomed into a smart, modern and comfortable restaurant. Regulars know it well and come here to enjoy lunch or dinner. Souffles are the restaurant's signature dish, both savoury and sweet.
5 rue La Fontaine (turn right off rue d'Antibes, going east, after Darty).
O4 93 68 02 09 You really do need to book.
Email: email@example.comSee www.restaurant-laffable.fr
In and around Place Commandant François Lamy, off rue d'Antibes, there are a number of good restaurants where you can eat inside or out including
chic Italian restaurant Il Viaggio at 11 rue d'Oran has tables actually on the square. Tel: 04 93 99 48 52.
Open from 12pm all day until 11.30pm Le Riadis a Moroccan restaurant with a difference - customers are entertained by a belly dancer without having to pay un bras ou une jambe for their meal.
6 Impasse Florian
Tel: 04 93 38 60 95 (closed Sunday)
Sea Sens Restaurant
The restaurant of the Five Hotel & Spa, is on the top floor. Having eaten there we can highly recommend the food, the staff and the location. Set lunch menu and a la carte. 22 rue Bivouac-Napoleon.