Our Favorite :

Les Eaux de Mars in Marseille.


The menus change daily. Noémie only works with fresh products and elaborates the menus according to market availability... and especially according to her inspiration!

Café, Bar, Restaurant from Tuesday to Saturday from 8 a.m. to 11 p.m.

Lunch service from 12 p.m. to 1:30 p.m., except Tuesday

Evening service from 7:30 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Reservation only by phone

135 RUE CONSOLAT – 13001 MARSEILLE / TEL:  +33 4 91 07 61 36

our addresses for dinner

Longchamp Palace

The best brunch in the neighborhood! 1930's atmosphere in an Art Deco bistro with patio offering traditional and seasonal cuisine. Phone number : + 33 4 91 50 76 13

Restaurant Bistrot BELLEVILLE/mer

Very nice little bar in the neighbourhood, good draught beer, tapas... nice for an aperitif. The owner is top notch, as is the food, home made with fresh products! "An excellent little bistro, the menu changes every day, a real treat!" Closes at 10.30pm Phone number : +33 4 88 64 82 81


Creative contemporary cuisine in a refined modern decor, azure walls, crocheted green plants and designer chairs... , this is the new resolutely urban look of Table Cinq! At the piano, the chef duo Pierre Lamouret and Jean-Claude De Lanfranchi chisel out a beautiful seasonal cuisine, according to the market Lunch: from 12 noon to 2pm (except Sunday) Dinner: from 8pm to 10pm (except Sunday and Monday) Phone number : +33 4 91 49 62 34


Located just next to the Maison Dormoy, the Jardin des Arts is a pleasant, colourful patio, shaded in summer and heated in winter. A cosy and pleasant space where you can enjoy good food from the market.

Open for lunch and on Friday and Saturday evenings.

Phone number : +33 4 91 24 92 38



Visible from the Pharo, the MuCEM is a strong sign at the entrance to the Old Port of Marseille. It is an architectural pearl, seemingly floating on the surface of the water, or rather a coral since its design is that of a section of coral rock. The sober, elegant architecture and the matt concrete respond harmoniously to the stones of Fort Saint-Jean. The facades filter the sun's rays like an oriental moucharabié.

Longchamp Palace

Located in the axis extending the famous Canebière, the Longchamp Palace is a marvel. It is a neo-classical-Second Empire style water palace from the 19th century. The back of the palace is composed of the Longchamp park, and the botanical garden. The Musée des Beaux-Arts de Marseille is located in the left wing of the palace, and the Natural History Museum of Marseille in the left wing.

Museum of the Old Charity

The Museum of Mediterranean Archaeology, the Museum of African, Oceanian and Amerindian Arts (M.A.A.O.A), and temporary exhibitions. Formerly a shelter for the city's poor and beggars, the Vieille Charité is now a true cultural centre in the heart of Marseille, in the Panier district.


It is the only cathedral built in France in the 19th century. Its spectacular dimensions are similar to those of St. Peter's Basilica in Rome, which allows it to accommodate up to 3,000 people! This excess was intended to show the power of the Phocaean city, visible from the sea. Built in a Byzantine style, it is one of the largest churches in France.