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Michelin-starred restaurants 2020

No change in Monaco, winners and losers in Alpes Maritimes

Michelin announced its starred restaurants this week, with no changes to the upmarket restaurant scene in the Principality:

There are two new stars in the Alpes Maritimes:

  • 1 star
    Pure et V (Nice)
    La Filibuste-Martin's (Villeneuve-Loubet plage)

and plenty of other establishments have retained their stars and serve excellent food:

  • 3 stars
    Mirazur (Menton)
  • 2 stars
    Chevre d'Or (Eze Village)
    La Palme d'Or (Cannes)
    Hostellerie Jerome (La Turbie)
    Villa Archange (Le Cannet)
    Flaveur (Nice)
  • 1 star
    Le Figuier de St Esprit (Antibes)
    Les Pecheurs (Antibes)
    Restaurant des Rois (Beaulieu sur Mer)
    Les Terraillers (Biot)
    La Table de Patrick Raingeard (Eze sur Mer)
    La Bastide St-Antoine (Grasse)
    La Passagere (Juan les Pins)
    Alain Llorca (Colle sur Loup)
    La Candille (Mougins)
    Jan (Nice)
    l'Aromate (Nice)
    Le Chantecler (Nice)
    Le Cap (Saint Jean Cap Ferrat)
    Clovis (Tourrettes sur Loup)
    Le Saint Martin (Vence)

Seven restaurants have been demoted: the Chantecler (Nice's Negresco Hotel) is downgraded from two to one star, and Paloma (Mougins) and Les Bacchanales (Vence) lose their single star.

The Guide Rouge is available from bookshops and Amazon for 24.90 euros. Bon appetit!

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