October 31, 2011
Since it was launched in 1946, the Cannes film festival quickly became known as being the most prestigious film event in the world, placing Cannes high on the world’s most glamorous cities list.
Walking around Cannes, its mild climate, affluent boutiques, luxury hotels, and seafront lined with ripe and fertile palm trees, one cannot help but feel the wealth and prestige hanging in the air in this French Riviera city.
Naturally such a cosmopolitan and affluent town takes its cuisine extremely seriously and Cannes boasts a brood of top-notch eateries, serving only the finest of culinary delights by some of the world’s most internationally-renowned chefs. Given its devotion to only serving the very highest quality of food, knowing which restaurant to dine in in Cannes can prove difficult.
To help recruit some decisiveness, Faconnable has located three of the most crème-de-le-crème restaurants this exquisite town on the Cote d’Azur has to offer.
Le Caveau 30
Situated near the stunning Vieux Port, Le Caveau 30 is one of the best seafood restaurants in Provence. Elegance is at the heart of this fine eatery, in not only its décor and clientele, but also the dishes it presents. Alongside seafood, Le Caveau 30 is also renowned for serving exquisite seasonal and regional produce, as well as its legendary bouillabaisse.
Reiterating the focus on films that runs throughout much of Cannes, Palm Square boasts a film-related décor, subtly toned down by a colonial and elegant style.