Food Places

Chevre d’Or at Cote d’Azur. Eze. France

France is known for its superb cuisine all over the world. Still, there are gems to be found. One of these thrones high above the Mediterrenean Sea, in Eze Village, right between Nice and Monaco.

The restaurant is called Chevre d’Or (Golden Goat), and chef Arnaud Fave holds two Michelin Stars.

The premises comprise gardens and terraces with magnificent views.

The whole place is magic. Winding alleys guide you to the epicenter of French Haute Cuisine.

The Amuse Gueule started with a cracker. Crispy, tasteful.

Followed by a fish tartar on spoons.

Mini cheese and lemon tarts on a jelly bed. Wow experience.

Cherry tomatoes filled with burrata (what a technical skill is required for that), Olives in a fig leaves broth. A classic dish tuned to perfection.

Mackerel, the Escabeche way (ie Ceviche), with crunchy fennel.

This was my personal highlight: Octopus, with Beetroot declination scented with rose from Grasse. Best Octopus ever.

Catch of the day: turbot fillet with barbecued artichokes with anchovy butter in a fish soup. I love turbot. This has been cooked to absolute perfection.

Rhubarb with different textures and sage.

Guanaja chocolate. various chocolate layers, raspberries, and Madagascan vanilla.

A lemon de-constructed. Classic molecular cuisine. I am lovin’ it.

A fantastic evening in an incredible location. I have been to various Michelin Star decorated places, but this one is special due to its unique location. Go and visit.