THE 5 BEST Restaurants in Monaco

Let us imagine your perfect evening away… After enjoying a Monaco boat tour you go back to the hotel, make sure your looks are flawless and you go to one of the best restaurants in the area. We have curated a list of our top places for you below:

  • Gaia Monte-Carlo

This wonderful Greek restaurant will leave you breathless waiting for the freshest Greek salad, the famous seabream carpaccio and many more exquisite dishes. This restaurant offers a pleasant atmosphere and a great service – it’s the perfect place for any evening of the week. We also highly recommend trying the Greek frozen yoghurt for dessert served with small yummy honey-infused doughnuts – you won’t regret it!

  • Em Sherif at Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo

Immerse yourself in the culture and atmosphere of Lebanon at this fabulous restaurant. Sharing is caring – taste all possible mezze to choose your favourite for future visits and try the famous lahme dish. You will also not be able to resist the oriental sweets – they are excellent at Em Sherif.

  • La Môme Monaco

This is a new addition to the Monaco dining scene. In this restaurant, you can enjoy the sea view while tasting an extensive selection of seafood. We suggest La Môme for the atmosphere and the music – start your evening here and continue it at a Monaco party place for a 360° Monaco experience. 

  • The Niwaki

The Niwaki is located in Larvotto, which is a great district for food lovers. It is a highlight of this season as it has only recently opened and has already won the hearts of the locals. Enjoy the Japanese dishes freshly made by high-level chefs. Our personal favourites are the chicken teriyaki and the shrimp tempura.

  • Beef Bar

For many years Beef Bar remains a go-to place for every food lover that comes to Monaco. The team changes the menu quite regularly so visitors can always try new meaty creations and experiments. We recommend trying the mini kebabs and the Kobe beef ravioli for starters – those will never disappoint. Pair your dinner with a nice bottle of red wine and indulge in the beauty of the Principality’s calmest district, Fontvieille. 

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