Food and drink
As I said, Monégasques specialities. So look out for barbajuan – big, fried ravioli filled with Swiss chard, chopped meat, egg, cheese, oil and rice. Or pissaladière, a species of pizza without tomato but with onions, anchovies, olives and herbs. Or socca, a chickpea-flour based flan.
There are lots of others, they're mainly shared with the rest of the Côte-d'Azur and they’re mainly pretty good – though I’d be wary of pieds et paquets, unless you’re an unconditional fan of lambs’ feet and intestines, endlessly simmered.
Happy mix of holiday-makers and locals who know a good thing when it’s on their door-step. The place has been run by the same family for more than 40 years. They've made their mark. Locals, incidentally, tend to gather on the restaurant’s mezzanine level.
Warm and sharp.
Tiny street in the old town, up on the Rock. Not too far from the Princely Palace.
As ever, it all depends on how much you eat, but you might expect a decent dinner for some 28 euros.
- Families with teenagers