The waiter was quite funny when he was making jokes but he didn't like when someone else made it ( especially men). The food was nothing special and I had eaten much better in Nice the day before. We were four and three of us...More
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Lovely dinner outside on a summer Saturday evening. Tomato and mozzarella and green salads to start just right; good choices from the market. Main courses, magret de canard very good; red snapper good; scallops uninspired. Good French menu but perhaps too broad and ambitious. Absolutely...More
Friendly, family-owned restaurant with consistently flavoursome and well prepared food. Unpretentious, good value and - as a regular to Cannes Film and Advertising Festivals - a perfect spot close enough for lunch while just out of the mayhem.
I was in Cannes for the film festival this year and was lucky enough to enter la Meissounière for dinner on my first night. The large choice of meals subtly combine traditionnal french food with some more audacious recipes from the very talented young chef....More
We had a great evening at La Meissouniere. Away from the tourist areas, this restaurant is a treat. Great food, great service and nice atmosphere - slightly more cosy lighting would make it perfect. Would return and recommend.
I ordered the pork salad with vegetables for lunch and it was truly delicious. Everything was fresh and flavored to perfection. The restaurant is perfectly located next to the train station in case you are arriving/departing by train. Service was very friendly. Interior is nice....More
Having experienced a lot of restaurants in Cannes, I have been seduced by "La Meissounière". An authentic little restaurant owned and ran by Claire who has an incredible talent behind the stoves. It is the place for those who are looking for some sophisticated French...More
Had a great meal tonight. Good service delicious food. 73euros for 2 courses plus half carafe of excellent red wine. Also 2 dishes of nibbles to start. Good ambience and friendly efficient service,
We all love beach restaurants when the sun shines, me included but they are over-priced and service can be haphazard. Walk a couple of hundred yards away from the beach, and look out for this place in a small street by Cannes station. Family-run (check...More
What a delightful little find in the heart of Cannes. We started with the salmon tar tare and the foie gras. The foie gras was honestly the best we have EVER had. It was truly melt in your mouth fantastic. Our entrée choices were the...More