Bought in 1917 and renamed Le Petit Nice for its exceptional environment, this beautiful restaurant has been passed down from generation to generation and is, above all, a piece of family history. A place for art and encounters, its heir, Gérald Passedat, wished to preserve its unique soul into modern day. Le Petit Nice is, of course, a 3-star Michelin restaurant, but it also serves as a marine inn with discreet charm and inviting serenity. Located on the Corniche Président J.F. Kennedy in Marseille, the restaurant room overlooks the sea and offers a magnificent view of the bay. The terrace opens its doors to the greenery and faces the sea, with the Château d'If and the Planier Lighthouse as a backdrop. In the kitchen, dishes are focused on fish and the richness of the Mediterranean, with traditional flavours of the Provençal hinterland. The objective of the chef is to “discover all the tones of iodine, cook to preserve the flavours and to put forward the treasures of nature for a truly radical culinary experience”.