A little cafe on a quest pedestrian corner in Biot. We were served by 2 delightful old ladies, not at great speed but with charm and friendliness. Food was pizzas and salads and all were absolutely excellent.
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We were there for dinner. After a few minutes a grumpy waiter forced me to hold their big chalk where the plates of the day were promoted. We ordered Pizza in french language á la carte and well - it was obviously not what we...More
We've reviewed Acacias before - never a disappointing meal, copious portions, served promptly and hot! A friendly atmosphere, lots of the locals eat here - wine by the pichet but they offer a very reliable Cotes de Rhone too. Daily specials are worth a look...More
Traditional France on a plate, attentive staff, great location, good food what more could you ask. A must visit if you are in or around Nice.
As a family of 5 we popped in for lunch. We were about to leave as a bit slow however suddenly we were attended to and, boy was it good! Traditional French cooking at its best- generous portions, more than delicious and very friendly. We...More
While staying with friends in Biot, visited this restaurant twice. The owners were very friendly and welcoming. I had fish on both occasions which was very reasonably priced and delicious. Was introduced to La Coupe Colonel, a dessert of lemon sorbet and vodka. House wine...More
Other TA reviewers have said this about the Cafe des Acacias, but I cannot stress enough how much fun it is to encounter such a truly "French" restaurant! Our meal was "faith maison" from starters to dessert - made right on the premises - and...More
Had lunch here, after deciding it looked the most authentic, un-touristy restaurant in the area. We both had the "Plat du Jour" which was excellent value at €13. With a glass of Rosé each,the bills till only came to €31. Very good value. A very...More
A real French village restaurant. Owned and run by 2 large and jolly sisters. Took friends who live in Biot and we all really enjoyed a very good lunch. Not spoilt by tourism and just as it should be. Wonderful!
We were in France but we didn't speak French well, we just tried to. We went to buy a bottle of water also to see the place and to possibly return for lunch. Probably the owner, a woman, answered us 'Bonjour' when we tried to...More