In the old Nice the right place to eat the famous socca, a crepe made with a chickpea flour! Delicious with olive oil. With a bottle of rose from the house and a great lemon pie with meringue! Seated outside on a little terrasse on...More
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Really tasty, well prepared local food. First time, we have had socca, but we will look out for this type of food. Menu was simple, but there was enough of a choice.
We visited Chez Pipo on a Thursday night. We went at about 5:45 pm as advised by our hotel. We were greeted and seated. The server was knowledgeable and guided us through the very limited menu. There is one salad and about 6-7 kinds of...More
Our hotel recommended this location for authentic socca, although we were warned there might be a queue. We went around 2pm and were seated right away in the shade (perhaps a fluke). My friend and I enjoyed two plates of socca (one with red peppers...More
Waited over 60 minutes for socca. It was nice when doused with pepper. I'm not sure if all the fuss about this place is merited - there was a long queue to get a table. The price of the food was on the high side...More
If you want to try Socca while you are in Nice, Chez Pipo is the most authentic place to go. The portions are small and during lunch time they have a limited menu but it's a nice place to relax with a snack. The service...More
If you are in Nice for only a few days, here is the place to eat Socca. Make sure you budget time (as there may well be a line up and some waiting time for the fresh Socca to come out of the oven) and...More