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Since 1946, this quaint dining spot, which overlooks the sea, has been the place to go for Bouillabaisse. The menu categorically excludes frozen fish, and even fish raised in captivity: freshness is a top priority here. Grilled fish flambé with fennel, oyster preparations and lobsters innovatively prepared and some really mouth-watering desserts are on offer for affordable rates at Chez Michel.
Au Bout du Quai means "at the end of the dock," and this is exactly where this restaurant is situated: at the edge of the Old Port, City Hall-side. Au Bout du Quai is a family affair since a change in ownership in January 2009. Inside, the place is welcoming and the decor very pleasant with a breathtaking view of Notre Dame de la Garde and the Abbaye St Victor. To sit outside on sunny days is also a real pleasure. As more and more restaurants do nowadays, the menu changes daily and is written on a slate, no paper menu here. Although daily specials depend on the fish caught that day, the dishes all have their very own touch of originality and Provencal taste. - P.Wicki
From dishes, desserts, live broadcast sports games, this place has it all. The brasserie also sells cigarettes until a certain time during the evening.This is the perfect place to hang out with friends on the port!
Le Circus is a restaurant, nightclub and concert venue all in one! Open all night on Friday and Saturday, DJ Franck spins some of the best in today's dance music. This venue is perfect for groups and is quite popular for birthday celebrations as well as bachelor and bachelorette parties. Let Le Circus make your special occasion extra special!
Schilling is a great restaurant to go to if you love seafood. The homemade meals are prepared with care from the freshest of ingredients and the high quality of each dish can be distinguished even by a novice. There is an extensive variety of fresh fish to choose from and the chef cooks each item to perfection. Favorites include Monk-fish and White Chocolate Emulsion or ask the wait staff who are well versed with the menu and gladly help you with recommendations. You can enjoy the meals inside the restaurant or in a beautiful setting outdoors on their terrace. Come to Schilling if you are looking for gourmet meals at prices that won’t break the bank.
Perched in the heights of the Endoume neighborhood, Le Baron Perché is a real landmark for the locals. Generous dishes made from the finest products from around the country or from the neighborhood shops are served on the restaurant’s patio, which is reminiscent of a Sicilian piazza. The idea at Baron Perché is to offer products sold in the neighborhood. Things to try are the burrata (Italian cheese specialty), Albert’s crunchy breads and Christian’s beef carpaccio. This restaurant never runs out of ammunition: even the Sunday brunch is a hit. It is welcoming, friendly, warmly decorated and the food's great.
Bobolivo's success is all down to great teamwork: just a short hop from the Panier district, there's one person to do the meeting, greeting, serving and entertaining whilst another takes care of the cooking. A glance at the menu confirms the restaurant's unabashed bias towards local produce, used with a certain pride and heaps of creativity. Tuesday nights cater to the ladies, as there will be tables that read "ONLY GIRLS." Ladies receive special seating and discounted prices on cocktails. Call or see the website for more information about the menu or specials or to make a reservation.
This restaurant will be recommended to you by true citizens of Marseille. Madie - your forever smiling hostess - will help you choose from a wide selection of dishes, including: perfect bouillabaisse, stuffed mutton tripe, magnificent Provencale stew, artichokes stuffed with mushrooms and ham, and clams with thyme. It's not easy to choose the best dish from this menu, with its many variations on traditional regional cuisine. There is also a well-priced selection of local wines.