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9 of the best restaurants in Monaco

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Alain Ducasse à L'hôtel De Paris

For Côte d'Azur decadence

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Alain Ducasse à L'hôtel De Paris

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 Yacht Show.

1. Alain Ducasse à L'Hôtel De Paris

Alain Ducasse’s Rococo fortress Le 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 steamed langoustines, flavoured with peach and sesame with a side of green beans.

Alternatively, foodies can indulge in a gourmet set menu for €360, which boasts four half dishes selected by the chef, cheese and a dessert.

Picture courtesy of Pierre Monetta

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Elsa

For a gorgeous terrace

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Elsa terrace

A light, bright restaurant and a terrace with gorgeous views make Elsa, at the Monte Carlo Beach Hotel, a seriously cool spot for lunch during the Monaco Yacht Show. The Michelin star also makes it an excellent choice for those who come for the food.

Chef Paolo Sari’s 100 per cent organic menu focuses on local produce and this year has been refreshed to offer four different menu options. The Tradition Menu, €160 per guest, offers eight courses from around the Mediterranean with dishes including red raw shrimp from Sanremo and responsibly sourced red mullet.

Picture courtesy of Monte Carlo Société Des Bains De Mer

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Le Vistamar

For inspiring views

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Le Vistamar

Le Vistamar offers the kind of views the name suggests and one Michelin Star cuisine that’s just as awe-inspiring. There are plenty of options for sharing with Chef Witz’s menu, including the homemade crustacean pasta served with lobster, spiny lobster and gamberoni. The Business Lunch Menu, €59 for two courses and half a bottle of mineral water or a glass of wine, is a great option during the Monaco Yacht Show.

Picture courtesy of Monte Carlo Société Des Bains De Mer

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