The best places for lunch in the city center of Marseille!

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Cantoche Cantoche is one of the coolest corners of the city center. At the head of this colorful establishment, the Toche sisters. One in the kitchen, the other in the dining room, make this living space a real cozy space in the heart of Marseille. With a menu with Mediterranean accents that changes every day, it’s impossible not to be surprised by the ingenious and tasty combinations on the menu. We eat well, eat well and take advantage of the effervescence of the city center, all on a pedestrian street without traffic. Cantoche 13 rue Haxo – Marseille 1st Open from Monday to Thursday From 9 am to 3 pm Friday from 9 am to 11 pm Saturday from 9 am to 4 pm Reservations on 0491702499 More information Franquette As the name suggests, at Franquette, moments à gourmet we offer you the bonne franquette In one of the most beautiful streets in the city center, Franquette, it offers its guests a beautiful room and a terrace near the Old Port. Ideal for a burrata and bruschetta-based lunch, the place transforms, once night falls, into a very pleasant cocktail and tapas bar. Simple and no fuss, it’s all about good produce, good wine and a few friends who are happy to welcome you home. Franquette72 rue Sainte – Marseille 7a Open from Tuesday to Saturday From 11.30 to 14.00 and from 18.00 to 23.00 Reservations on 0491060826More information La Relève Bar de la Relève is an institution in the Saint-Victor district. As they say, a real local gem! Without exaggeration, this small neighborhood bistro modestly offers 2 starters, 3 main courses and a few desserts on the blackboard every day. Everything completely homemade. Far from being the chicest or even the most modern, this bistro promises you authenticity. Generosity and openness are essential. If you want to eat locally, talk about Marseille and drink Provençal, this is the place to be. Bar La Relève41 rue d’Endoume – Marseille 7th Open Monday to Saturday From 8 a.m. to 10.30 p.m. Reservations on 0495098781 More information Pastis & Olives With its room much larger than it seems, Pastis & Olives offers an ideal gastronomic center in the center of city Its terrace is not its greatest asset, but it has the merit of existing for those who want to stay outside for lunch. Veal carpaccio, Rossini veal steak, truffle croquette, duck breast or homemade cordon bleu, we have to admit, we are in the place where generosity rhymes with meat dishes. That said, unless you’re vegan, the positioning of this establishment and its menu have everything to please you. Pastries & Olives 27 rue Sainte – Marseille 1st Open from Monday to Saturday From 12pm to 2.30pm and from 7.30pm to 11pm Reservations on 0491540827 More information Le Fioupelan Le Fioupelan is undoubtedly one of the best restaurants on the Quai du Port. Modern, while retaining the touch of kitsch you (almost) expect from a restaurant by the sea, Fioupelan offers tasty, cheap and friendly cuisine. If at lunch time the sunny terrace attracts a regular clientele, in the evening it is a more eclectic audience that mixes and gathers around the love of good food and good drink. An address you cannot miss! Le Fioupelan62, quai du Port – Marseille 2ndOpen every day From 8:30 to 1:00 Reservations on 0491526515More information Les Akolytes Literally at the gates of Catalans beach, the Akolytes restaurant is a must-visit if you want to eat with a mouthful of air views of the sea without sticking to you for 100 and miles. From ceviches to marrow bones, the Akolytes haven’t picked their team, they have something for everyone. Bistronomy with a contemporary decor in front of the sea, this is the proposal of this restaurant appreciated by locals and tourists looking for a good restaurant for lunch. At the end of the day, with a beer or a Spritz in hand, you’ll be hard-pressed to find a better place. Les Akolytes41 rue Papety – Marseille 7th Open from Monday to Saturday From 12 to 14 and from 19 to 21.30 Reservations on 0491591710 More information
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