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Forbes Magazine
Q&A With Gerald Passedat, Chef Of Three Michelin-Star Le Petit Nice In Marseille
7th July 2020
Gérald Passedat’s cuisine has always been a reflection of the Mediterranean Sea and all the incredible treasures it offers, highlighting over 70 species of fish, some forgotten or little known, brought directly to the restaurant by local fishermen. I sit down with the 60-year-old chef of three Michelin-star restaurant Le
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The Telegraph
Eight amazing restaurants in Marseille, including the best for bouillabaisse
25th June 2020
Being a port city, it makes sense that Marseille’s signature dish is the overwhelming bouillabaisse fish stew. It should be tackled at least once – as long as you like fish. Avoid cheap versions: anything under €30 (£27) counts as cheap. Other local dishes are of a similarly sustaining nature:
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Culture Trip
The Best Fine Dining Experiences in Marseille, France According to Local Food Writer Pierre Psaltis
12th March 2020
Restaurant, French, Seafood, Mediterranean , $$ $. Chart your course for Marseille’s finest meal with les pieds dans l’eau (your feet in the water) – the French phrase for waterfront dining. Thanks to its prime location on a long jetty, a meal at l’Épuisette feels like you’re dining at sea. The
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Culture Trip
The 9 Best Hotels in Marseille, France
9th January 2020
Independent Hotel. As a response to the housing shortage at the end of World War II, French architect Le Corbusier built the Cité Radieuse in Marseille. The complex was designed as a city within a city, providing residents of the 300 flats with everything they would need – there are two
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PureWow
50 Things to Do in France (from the Obvious to the Best-Kept Secrets)
21st December 2019
1. Ascend the Eiffel Tower. 2. Museum Hop. Start your French vacation by taking in the sights from the top of the Eiffel Tower in Paris. Pro tip: Skip the lines by booking tickets in advance online. Purchase a Paris Museum Pass to take in the best of the city’s museums, from the
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JetSetter
9 Underrated European Cities You Probably Haven't Visited Yet
15th July 2019
Become a Jetsetter. Become a Jetsetter. Use our insider connections to know where to go and what to do.. Use our insider connections to know where to go and what to do.. Sign Up. By proceeding, you agree to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.
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Galerie
Why Marseille Is France’s Hottest Arts and Culture Destination
3rd July 2018
In her 1978 book, A Considerable Town, the late American writer M.F.K. Fisher startled many readers when she fell harder for the brawny port of Marseille than for the aristocratic city of Aix-en-Provence. The preferred Provençal destinations at the time were polite and picturesque.. Today, her fascination with France’s second-largest city
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Condé Nast Traveller
10 cool things to do in Marseille
21st June 2018
5. CHANNEL YOUR INNER LEWIS HAMILTON. The French Connection was famous for its magnificent car-chase sequence, so it’s appropriate that Marseille now hosts the French Grand Prix after a gap of a quarter of a century. The indomitable local entrepreneur Paul Ricard, founder of the eponymous pastis drink, was one of
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Condé Nast Traveller
Travel Guide To Provence
9th December 2017
The antithesis of cold, rainy, northern Europe, the Provence Cézanne painted and Camus wrote of is resplendent with tall cypress trees, shimmering meadows, small villages, vineyards, remote valleys, daily markets and fields of lavender. The Lubéron - which runs for 50km between Cavaillon and Manosque - has always been a
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Elite Traveler
The 5 Best Restaurants in Marseille | Elite Traveler
16th November 2017
In this port city of southern France, seafood plays an important role in the food scene, with a wealth of ingredients then being sourced from the surrounding land. Whether dining in the heart of the city or on the rocky shoreline, this culinary identity can be seen in restaurants helmed
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Culture Trip
12 Top Fine Dining Restaurants in the French Riviera
19th September 2017
Restaurant, Bar, French, Mediterranean, European, Vegetarian. St Tropez has two Michelin-starred restaurants of which Le Vague D’Or is one (the other is Le Louis XV). Le Vague D’Or literally means ‘the golden wave’ in English and people love this place; it has three Michelin stars. It’s on the water’s edge in
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Elite Traveler
Manresa and Relais & Châteaux Announce Residency in France | Elite Traveler
15th September 2017
By Lauren Jade Hill. California’s three Michelin starred restaurant Manresa has risen to culinary prominence in the 15 years it has been welcoming diners in. Now, in celebration of this milestone anniversary year, the revered restaurant’s executive chef and owner David Kinch is collaborating with Relais & Châteaux in hosting The
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The Venue Report
36 Spots In The South of France Perfect for a Girls Trip
14th April 2017
HELLO THERE,. PARTY PLANNERS. We're The Venue Report and we are SERVING. up the latest breaking reports to your email inbox WEEKLY.. Find out where to host dinner parties, birthday bashes,. weddings, social events; you name it.. We report on the coolest venues across the land,. inside tips, exclusive deals in your city & brand. new venues so
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Hideaway Report
Hotel Restaurants of the Year
4th January 2017
In a food-mad city like Copenhagen, a hotel restaurant has to be truly excellent to attract diners who aren’t hotel guests. The Michelin one-star Marchal succeeds thanks to a menu of sophisticated comfort food dishes by chef Andreas Bagh. The lunch and dinner menus are quite different, so if you
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VOGUE France
Guide des meilleures adresses à Marseille
29th June 2020
Constellée de criques paradisiaques, de petits ports de pêche, de tables authentiques, de maisons et d'immeubles à l'architecture brute... Marseille ne manque pas de caractère. "On aime ou on déteste" dirons certains, quoi qu'il en soit, elle ne laisse pas indifférente. Surtout l'été, quand le soleil scintille sur la Méditerranée
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Vanity Fair France
Shopping : 16 produits d'exception à mettre sur sa table pendant les fêtes
13th December 2019
Une vodka polonaise assortie d'un billet d'avion pour... La Pologne. Et, sur place, une incroyable expérience de trois jours et deux nuits avec survol des champs de seigle en hélicoptère, nuits en palace et dîners aux accords mets-vodka. Coffret de Noël Belvedere, 4800€ à la Grande Épicerie de Paris.
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The Good Hub
VIDEO : Marseille célèbre la gastronomie provençale
5th July 2019
- 4"43. 2019 rime avec gastronomie à Marseille (et ses alentours) qui célèbre le renouveau de la cité, guidé par des chef étoilés tels que Gerald Passedat du Petit Nice ou encore Lionel Levy de l'InterContinental. Reportage.. Depuis 2013, année où Marseille fut nommée Capitale européenne de la Culture, la cité phocéenne
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Vanity Fair France
Cinq destinations en France où partir un week-end en juin
21st May 2019
Georges Blanc Parc & Spa. Voilà bientôt 40 ans que Georges Blanc est triplement étoilé au Guide Michelin. Niché au cœur de la commune de Vonnas, à 65 kilomètres au nord de Lyon, l’établissement dont il s'occupe jouit d’un terrain extraordinaire de cinq hectares. On y retrouve un spa, un étang
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VOGUE France
Guide des meilleures adresses Vogue à Marseille
17th September 2018
L'hôtel Le Petit Nice à Marseille © Richard Haughton. Le Petit Nice. Accroché à la Corniche, les pieds dans la Méditerranée, Le Petit Nice est ce petit hôtel intimiste comme Marseille fait de mieux. Estampillé Relais & Châteaux, on y trouve que seize chambres, tournées vers la mer, une piscine couleur lagon
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The Good Hub
Le Petit Nice, une grande table centenaire
23rd March 2018
Trois heures de train et, déjà, on est ébloui par la lumière dans le taxi qui nous emmène sur la corniche, vers Le Petit Nice de Gérald Passedat.. Le chef Gérald Passedat, né dans une famille d’artistes et de cuisiniers. Richard Haughton. Une maison marseillaise tenue de main de maître depuis trois
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The Good Hub
Méditerranée : 6 good tables françaises !
7th July 2017
Tout au long de l'été, on partage avec vous notre sélection d'adresses méditerranéennes pour découvrir une cuisine authentique et régionale, remise au goût du jour avec audace. Cette semaine, six restaurants français.. Le Petit Nice, à Marseille. Héritier d’une dynastie de cuisiniers et d’artistes du bel canto, Gérald Passedat (@gerald_passedat) en a
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The Good Hub
Le Petit Nice
24th June 2016
Établissement (Relais & Châteaux) du chef trois fois étoilé Gérald Passédat, Le Petit Nice a été relooké l’an passé par l’architecte Rudy Ricciotti. Ce divin cocon blanc éclate sur la Méditerranée, avec sa piscine bleu lagon cernée de palmiers. Les 16 chambres sont orientées vers le rivage : grandiose !
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Le Petit Nice Passédat
Anse de Maldormé, Marseille
43.280427°N 5.351618°E

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