Monte Carlo is a foodies heaven, especially people like myself who love French bistros but at the same time are after sea food and fish, are pleasantly surprised when it comes to their dining options in Monaco.
In Monaco I eat sushi 24/7 and the sushi there is good.
The best meetings are over a glass of champagne and a great nicoise salad.
Let’s begin though:
1) Best for breakfast
L’horizon Deck at the Fairmont Hotel.
A great place to enjoy a late-morning bite and breathtaking scenery.
The Fairmont hotel at Monaco enjoys spectacular views of the Côte d’Azur and is the perfect place for a morning work out at its roof top gym followed by a superb breakfast at L’horizon Deck.
2)Cool Sushi & Italian for lunch.
I was taken there 4 years ago for lunch and was amazed that I could eat both sushi and Italian
Caposushi is a friendly, Italian-run restaurant with a laid-back atmosphere, offering a wide range of food options.
For lunch you ll get Italian sandwiches and salads but it’s the sushi and sashimi at lunch and dinner times that really make this well-known eatery special.
3) Posh Dining
I could eat here every day.
The food, the ambience, its interiors are all shouting sophistication.
Michelin chef Allen Yau and creator of Hakkasan has opened the first gourmet Chinese restaurant named Song Qi last year.
Very sleek interiors and lovely dim sum & seafood dishes.
Where to eat in Monaco-Part 1.