Hotel des Lices
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... amp; shallots poured on top. I could have eaten a barrel of these! Now came the small fried smelts, delicious! Then the fish soup was served in a beautiful French white tureen. Accompanied with sliced baguettes that you smear with the garlic mustard & top with cheese & put them in the soup. The taste of the fish soup was mind bogglingly delicious, I kept eating to guess all the ingredients.
... Le Bouchon d'Agui. Patrick took me inside to look at the chef's kitchen & it was amazing how small it was & to see the beautiful dishes that come out of it. Chef Jean Michael (I hope I got his name right) was busy plating stuffed squid, which unfortunately sold out by the time we ordered.
Alaine, a friend of theirs, who is also a chef & has his own restaurant, joined us. Two of the chef's specials had already sold out, so Jackie ...
... br> From Nice we carried on along the coast to Monaco and we know we definitely want to go back here. Our intention was to stop for lunch, wander around and take in the sights - this didn’t happen. Although we only have a small campervan & trailer parking proved to be a problem. However, they were setting up for the Monaco Grand Prix so we got to drive the circuit lots of times whilst trying to find somewhere to stop! It was fantastic and ...
... I absolutely cannot resist a good dish of moules marinières; in fact I'm a dab hand at making my own. The recipe is as follows:
INGREDIENTS (serves 1):
1kg of live mussels, well scrubbed and rinsed in cold water. The mussels should be live; discard any that do not close when sharply tapped.
1 shallot or small white onion
1 clove garlic, crushed
125ml of dry white wine (Muscadet is ideal)
Pinch of chopped fresh ...
... in search of an outdoor market they heard about. After a 20 minute uphill walk in search of bocce, I found nothing. My idea of bocce is the 4 wheel drive kind you find up at The Kern or in Carpinteria, or the Malibu beach kind (where you break the plate glass facing of the deck of a famous rocker who eats the heads off bats kind). So much for bocce mecca.