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What's the best dining experience that you've ever had? Well, that experience is about to be bested by the fine dining experiences you will enjoy in Marseille's top restaurants listed below. By the way, you will need to change your dollars into Euros...people here do not use the dollars.

5 Of The Best Restaurants In Marseille

What's the best dining experience that you've ever had? Well, that experience is about to be bested by the fine dining experiences you will enjoy in Marseille's top restaurants listed below. By the way, you will need to change your dollars into Euros...people here do not use the dollars.

1. Le Bistrot d'Edouard

For only 35 Euros, you can have dishes such as Spanish ham, cured fish roe, grilled aubergine with chopped mint, raw artichoke salad and tortilla among several others. This restaurant takes pride in its Mediterranean identity.

2. Le Café des Épices

This restaurant is run by the world travelled chef Arnaud Carton de Grammont. He had previously worked in Lyon, Uruguay and USA and thus you can expect fireworks from his meticulously prepared dishes. With just 45 Euros per dish, you can have dishes such as grilled turbot with toppings and condiments such as aubergines, peppers, garlic, onions, and olive oil. By the time you are done with this dish, your taste buds will be on a whirlwind.

3. Chez Michel

If you want to mix with the local powerbrokers, then there is no better restaurant to do this in Marseille than Chez Michel. It serves the best cooked rock fish dishes. For the real bouillabaisse dish, Chez Michel is the best bet in the city - expect to pay top dollar for dining where rich people dine.

4. L'Epuisette

If you are a sucker for views, then this restaurant will fulfill your desires. It is built on a craggy overlooking the majestic Mediterranean Sea. The restaurant specializes in seafood dishes such as bouillabaisse and bourride. Other signature dishes at this restaurant include; shrimp terrine and slow-cooked sea bass.

5. La Table

This is a sleek restaurant that is run by three-star Michelin chef Gérald Passédat. You will find signature dishes such as octopus carpaccio or dressed crab with harissa and quinoa, chicken cooked en paupiette with Sicilian-style caponata (a cooked aubergine salad) and many more. The average cost of dishes at this restaurant is 50 Euros.

Marseille is the second largest city in France by population after Paris. It is the place you go if you want to experience the authentic French culinary...Paris is a more cosmopolitan than it is French.

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