Join us for a traditional food tour in Nice! Taste local food while walking in the most beautiful areas of Nice (Old Town, city center, Promenade des Anglais).
Nice is famous for its sunny weather, the Promenade des Anglais, the beauty of its center and its great history. What people often don't know is that Nice is above all a city with an incredible gastronomic culture! And there's no better way to get to know this city and its traditions than to taste its dishes... Meet the locals and discover their habits, and traditions. Learn some pieces of history and culture while tasting specialties.
Olive Oil degustation: olive oils from artisanal production, learning about the method of production
Socca: a special savory pancake made with chickpea flour. Crispy outside and soft inside, the Socca is an essential of Nice street food.
Pissaladière: a tasty onion tart made with a kind of pizza paste, traditionally cooked in a wood oven and topped with olives and anchovies.
Typical Provence Wine with Tapenade: tapenade is olive-based with capers anchovy and olive oil. Very popular in the South of France, it is commonly enjoyed as bread spread paired with a glass of Rosé.
Cheeses and Charcuterie: cheeses flavored with olives or dried tomatoes, goat cheeses served with local olive oil, a mix of Italian and French prosciutto and saucissons and other special charcuterie dishes of the area.
Tourte de blette : a very specific dish of Nice, salty but also sweet for dessert! Based on swiss chard and pine nuts, this pie is very appreciated by the locals.
French riviera sweets: lavender or anise biscuits, violets sweets, desserts made with the very tasty Lemon from Menton, fresh homemade ice creams with some very typical tastes.