Created by Michel Fassino (who was famous for his pastries and a real fan of Raimu as he fought for years for the city to pay proper tribute to the French actor) in the 1940s, this brasserie rivalled the very best Parisian addresses in terms of quality.
The decor is chic, with anise green velvet and gold mouldings, while large picture windows let in the bright light of the South. For those who prefer more privacy, the vintage atmosphere on the mezzanine is very cosy, with a retro feel.
The menu is attractive and promises perfectly cooked fresh food: thin veal escalope in lemon juice served with homemade potato mash, confit lamb shanks with bulgur and white grapes, handmade organic beef tartare, salmon tartare served with avocado and ginger and organic roast chicken served in vintage plates with an apple and potato mash.
15 place Pierre Puget
+33 (0)4 94 09 32 92
Menu: around 30 EUR