Quick Review: Le Gambetta, France
Our last meal had to be seafood and ended up being at Le Gambetta in Nice.
I say ended up because Nice restaurants have an allergy towards letting people know when their restaurants are actually open. I went to two permanently closed restaurants(?) before settling on Le Gambetta which was apparently a local favourite.
By this time my mum was very restless and fussy so I rushed through the orders for some fresh seafood.
We ordered some wine, raw oysters, french whelks, clams, mussels, prawns and shrimp. Comlimentary bread came with the food. The total came to under 80,00 EUR / 67.49 GBP
It all came presented very nicely on a bed of ice, each seafood item was decently sized and tasted super fresh. I really enjoyed it however my mum didn’t like that it was all cold because she’s a stereotypical asian.
I recommend Le Gambetta for reasonably priced and delicious seafood, however it those looking for hot food shouldn’t go for the seafood platter option.