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This crêpe restaurant (part of a chain) with a great terrace facing the sea is the ideal place for diner on the waterfront. There’s nothing like dinner on the beach to cool off on a hot summer evening. In the winter, the dining room is also very welcoming. On the menu, you’ll find all kinds of crepes made with buckwheat or regular flour, savory or sweet – there's something for everyone. Patacrêpe also offers appetizers, salads, entrees and desserts that would be found in a regular brasserie restaurant. The service is fast and good. Far from an authentic Breton crêperie, but a good and fun place nonetheless.
Warm'Up a former linen factory has been transformed into a hip nightclub in the Eighth arrondissement of Marseille. Combining traditional French cuisine in the restaurant on the mezzanine floor and some of the biggest hits rolling on the dance floor this place is all fun. A hang out spot of many of the young profesionals from the neighbourhood this place does have its fair share of events and programmes. Check the website for a list of events and shows hapenning here.
Located on the coast, La Baie des Singes features breath-taking views. Serving French cuisine with an emphasis on locally caught seafood, La Baie des Singes is the perfect place to have your next romantic meal.
This bistro in the heart of Saint Anne’s neighborhood in Marseille has a nice terrace to sit at, as soon as it's nice enough outside to do so, for lunch or to have a drink in the sun. The interior has a Moroccan style decoration on the second floor and a more Baroque Art Deco style on the first floor. There's something for every palate; the dishes are generous with full menu deals at lunchtime. On some evenings the Turf sets up theme nights (with a dress code): 1980s nights, tapas and birthday parties can be requested. The Turf’s ‘lounge’ look attracts a rather trendy crowd.
L'Aromence serves delicious lunches in the business district of Marseille. The restaurant itself is warm and the staff is friendly, and their gourmet lunches can also be made to go. Visit their website for more details.
Open since 2009, Balagan always has tasty, healthy food on the menu. Yes, it can be both! A wide range of both inventive and vegetarian dishes are prepared to eat in or take out. Everything is made on the same day with 100 percent fresh ingredients. There is usually a choice of three soups, five or six savory pies, sandwiches and delicious desserts, such as tiramisu and sweet pies. The cook prepares his menus daily from fresh products and offers many different dishes every week. So, discover and enjoy the original flavors at Balagan at the delight of your taste buds.
This restaurant on the Corniche Kennedy, away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre is often frequented by well-known artistes and singers. It is extremely famous for its bouillabaisse, or fish soup. The menu is fairly limited, but the seafood here is extremely fresh. The seafood gratin, sole meunière and flambéed sea bass with fennel are all excellent. You will receive a warm welcome, after which you will be able to sit and enjoy a beautiful sea view. It is an experience you will wish could go on forever.