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I have been lucky enough to venture to Monaco a few times and I’ve been lucky enough to eat at some wonderful places. So wonderful, I couldn’t not share! (We all know I love some good food recommendations!!) Therefore, I’ve pulled together some of my favourite places in this mini ‘where to eat in Monaco’ guide.

Enjoy!

Where to Eat in Monaco 

Some of THE MOST fun I’ve had, potentially ever (big statement I know!) has been at Anjuna Plage. Now, it’s TECHNICALLY not in Monaco (minor details), it’s a relatively short car or boat ride down the coast to the picturesque town of Eze.

Its open seasonally from April to September and is absolutely not to be missed!!

If you are heading there over a Formula 1 or Formula E race, head there the day after the race! The food is phenomenal but that isn’t necessarily what people go for, they go for the party.

What starts off as a civilised lunch with Rose flowing, by the end of your meal you’ll be dancing on the tables, quite literally! You can’t help but ease into the party mood at this super chic, Bali-inspired beach restaurant.

Honestly, worth the journey!
You’ll leave smiling from ear to ear! Be sure to book a taxi to get you back safely!

 

Monaco is full to the brim of wonderful restaurants, but one of my personal favourites is La Saliere.

It’s right on the Port de Fontvieille and is somewhat low key for Monaco. However, the food is fantastic and the vibe is charming!
You could easily spend the whole evening there just relaxing and taking everything in, watching the world go by!

 

Let’s talk food!

My recommendations for La Saliere are the seafood gragnano linguine if you’re in the mood for pasta! The tartufo culatello pizza is definitely a must if you’re feeling indulgent. If you are wanting to keep things a little healthier, have the salt crusted sea bass fillet with greens.

 

If you’ve been to Monaco and have any other suggestions, we’d love to hear them! So please do get in touch and let us know!

 

Until next time!

 

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