Monaco’s finest restaurants are spangled with Michelin stars and most offer views to rival the quality of their fare. Here is our guide to nine of the best to visit during the Monaco Grand Prix.
Alain Ducasse à L'Hôtel De Paris
Alain Ducasse’s Rococo fortress Louis XV in the Hotel de Paris (one of the best hotels in Monaco) is the only three Michelin star restaurant in Monaco and regularly voted as one of the best restaurants in the world. It’s also the most iconic in Monaco — opened in 1987 it even predates the Monaco Yacht Show. Specialties include Gamberoni from San Remo with rock fish gelée and caviar, or rum baba with lightly whipped cream and your choice of rum.
The restaurant runs a set menu over the Monaco Grand Prix weekend with lunches on the terrace on Sunday starting from €1,200. Book early to avoid disappointment.