Le Coin Quotidien / Nice

1 rue Saint-François de Paule Rue Louis Gassin Nice 06300
Opening Hours
Sun, Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri, Sat 08:00 - 22:30
# 117 of 711 Restaurants in Nice
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Tips from the Net @ Le Coin Quotidien
Chunglin Wen en
Nice brunch. Had a good experience here. GooglePlace - July 2017
chris alisonsmith13@hotmail.co.uk en
Good coffee hot chocolate or tea good breakfasts GooglePlace - April 2017
V Majavirta en
The simple breakfast cost over 10€. Included a croissant, half a glass of juice, little Coffee and two slices of bread. Everything was fresh though. GooglePlace - January 2017
Lawrence Randell en
Service was dreadful! It felt like the waitress didn't want to take our order and couldn't get away from us quick enough....! We asked for milk to go with the tea, and this took 10 minutes and several detours, to have a chat with various friends, before it arrived...! My hot chocolate was far from hot, the food was mediocre and not worth the price! Shame, as it is in a great location, typical tourist trap with no care for repeat business. There is another cafe not far away that shares its name with a famous cookie brand, jog Pain & Cie on and go there! Money better spent! GooglePlace - November 2016
Shell Jun Zhu en
The service is almost painful to watch. We asked three times for some water with the same waitress but didn't get it until the end of our brunch . I had to ask another waitress again for it. The food is way over priced and mediocre at the best. Not at least to mention that we had to witness two waitress fiercely arguing right at the door and had to be separated by another waiter. Not my first great impression on Nice since this was the very first place we visited after we arrived at the hotel. I almost felt the cleaning staff was the most friendly one that I have encountered in the restaurant since at least he generously gave us a kind smile. The restaurant location is great, right at the entrance of a beautiful open market. I would highly recommend that you walk around the market to buy some fresh fruits and pastries rather than spend it at the restaurant. GooglePlace - April 2016