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The Best Restaurants in Monaco

The Best Restaurants in Monaco


COYA Monte-Carlo

For a fiesta


Wondering where to eat during the Monaco Yacht Show 2019? Read our reviews and guide to the best restaurants, cafes and bars in Monaco.

1. COYA Monte-Carlo

High-end Peruvian restaurant COYA opened its fifth branch in Monaco with Fabrizio Fossati as resident chef. It sits in prime position on Princess Grace Avenue, near to the Monte Carlo Sporting complex. Offering sea-side views from the terrace, COYA boasts flamboyant décor and a lively atmosphere that embrace its South American theme. Amid the colourful furnishings and hanging plants, indulge in Incan-inspired dishes such as yellowfin tuna ceviche, charcoal grilled beef skewers or tacos stuffed with soft shell crab, yuzu and aioli.

the resident DJ will amp up the fiesta mood after sunset with a mix of Latin dance tunes. This will be your cue to head to the lounge for an after-dinner pisco sour or to sample COYA's alternative take on the classic margarita.

Image courtesy of coyarestaurant.com

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La Marée

For fresh catch of the day


La Marée uses the freshest of seafood in its gourmet Mediterranean cuisine. Fish, crustaceans and oysters are selected each morning after the fishing boats return to the harbour. Diners can then place their order directly at the fish counter where the produce is displayed. Guests also get to choose how they want their seafood served; crudo-style raw, baked in a salt crust, steamed in foil or blackened on the grill. Classic a la carte dishes include the king crab legs in black truffle sauce and the moules marinières, If you’re planning on indulging in some lobster during the Monaco Yacht Show, this is the place to do it.

Originally opened in Russia, the Monaco branch can be found on the panoramic terrace of the Hotel Port Palace. Situated on J.F Kennedy Avenue, the restaurant offers views across Port Hercule and the Prince’s Palace.

Image courtesy of lamaree.mc.

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Blue Bay

For daring dishes


Hosted inside the Monte Carlo Bay resort, Chef Marcel Ravin serves up Caribbean-Mediterranean fusion cuisine at the Michelin-starred restaurant Blue Bay. Guests on the terrace can enjoy sea views while parties sat indoors can watch their food being prepared in the open-plan kitchen.

As well as offering freshly-caught fish, Blue Bay is an excellent spot for adventurous diners. Ravin’s daring signature dishes include green papaya spaghetti carbonara and the low-cooked organic hen’s egg with cassava, truffle and passion fruit. The Escapade tasting menus, with seven or eight courses, are available from €240 or €285 respectively. For vegetarians, there’s also a plant-based tasting menu for €120. Blue Bay also holds an extensive wine cellar and a selection of Martinique rums.

Image courtesy of Adobe Stock.

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