Home of the popular salad. Lettuce, boiled egg, green beans, olives, tuna, anchovies, tomatoes and olive oil.
Enjoy a 33 Export or the popular Kronenbourg.
This soup, a poor man's meal in old times, consists of rockfish, squid, tomatoes and a variety of spices. Do book ahead of time and state that you will be ordering a bouillabaisse.
Garlic, Garlic and more Garlic! With some vegetables of course.
A traditional vegetable stew, it is delicious and goes with just about anything.
An Arabic dish, it consists of slow cooked lamb or chicken served with couscous and vegetables. Delicious. Be careful with the Arissa, it's spicier than you think.
To be served cold, this Provencal wine will quench your thirst on hot summer days.
Tapenade is a paste that can be made from several different ingredients. Tapenade d'olives is probably the most popular type around but you can also find anchovies (anchoiade), aubergine, pistou and pesto tapenades. The additional ingredients are garlic, olive oil and anchovies.
Named after the region in Northern France, Champagne is the standard drink to celebrate success.
This aniseed alcohol, taken as an aperitif is not for all but is a traditional afternoon ritual in many circles. Why not join the locals at a small café, sit back and sip a nice Ricard or Pastis 51.
Goose liver pate is a delicacy. Served with a well-chilled sweet Sauterne, it makes for a delicious entrée but be careful as it is quite expensive and heavy to digest.
A traditional dried French type of salami made from pork, beef, wild boar and virtually any other meat flavour you can think of. Terrific entrée for any meal and eaten with plenty of bread.
The French are renowned for their cheeses and there are plenty of them to choose from. Camembert, Brie and Rochefort are but a few of them.