Established in 1860, the Auberge Provincale is now the oldest, and possibly the most distinguished, restaurant in Cannes.
Located in the Suquet quarter, the Auberge Provincale has been thriving for over 150 years, during which time it has been favourited among many of the rich and famous – including George Clooney and Sean Connery.
The restaurant offers a true and traditional taste of France, proudly sporting a rustic decor, and with traditional French paintings displayed on the walls.
The food here is not only styled on a mantra of excellence, but on the spirit of traditional France, with specialities of scallop, fish and beef dishes, and Crepes Suzette flambéed at your table. The restaurant’s 5 dining rooms can accommodate up to 170 people, making the dining experience both exclusive and intimate.
The restaurant is also home to the famous Cotton Club, which hosts live jazz music. Although its cuisine may not be as cutting edge as some of its rival restaurants, Auberge Provincale’s rustic French atmosphere and popularity with the movie scene is more than enough to make it a wonderful evening.