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Cheap Restaurants

Trattoria Il Cuoco
Take a break from Gallic eats to find charms aplenty at this Italian-style trattoria found on Marseille's elegant Sardi Carnot square. Irresistible antipasti, flavour-packed seafood and homemade linguine are matched by fabulous cocktails and a refined Italian wine selection served by chatty waiting staff in bright, uncluttered interiors. 

Address: 5 Place Sadi Carnot | Telephone: +33 491312027 |

La Maison Geney
This itsy-bitsy deli-café near the picturesque Le Panier district boasts a menu of eat-in or take-away treats ranging from cheese-crumbled focaccia to grilled catch of the day. Its glass counter filled with homemade pastries is just as tempting: we recommend the pear-and-chocolate clafoutis.  

Address: Rue Caisserie 38 | Telephone: 04 91 52 44 82 |

Vanille Noire
Vanille Noire sells the best ice cream in Marseille, which is quite an achievement given it's a mobile stall. Owner Nicolas whips up new flavours most days, and the results are always delicious, if sometimes unexpected. www.vanillenoire.com

Address: 13 rue caisserie | Telephone: |

Affordable Restaurants

Sépia
 Set within Marseille's oldest public gardens, this hilltop bistro attracts not only for its magical panoramic views. There are also suave interiors combining charcoal flagstones with copper light fittings and a set menu of three Instagram-worthy courses for just €36. Standouts include roasted octopus with mozzarella cream and poached pears dripping in golden caramel. 

Address: 2 rue Vauvenargues | Telephone: +33 9 83826727 |

Maison Vauban
Only a couple of daily dishes are offered at this atmospheric lunchtime eatery, each one seasonal and packed with a rainbow of fresh veg sourced straight from the producer. A tiled bar stocks crisp Provencal wines while the light-filled dining room is all exposed bricks and hanging pot plants.

Address: 109 Boulevard Vauban | Telephone: 06 76 49 45 19 |

Le Grand Guste
Expect glamorous comfort food at this new eatery dedicated to the joys of traditional French home-cooking: think snails dripping in garlicky butter and cream-lashed tarte tatin. The eccentric dining room is decked out in patterned wallpaper and mismatched lampshades while the walled terrace is perfect for alfresco lunches.

Address: 31 Boulevard Notre Dame | Telephone: 04 91 53 17 82 |

Restaurant Obidul
16 seats, one frantic chef/owner and three perfect courses every time, that's O'bidul. Arrive early, the locals treat queuing like a hors d'oeuvre.

Address: 79 rue de la Palud | Telephone: (0) 491339378 |

Fine Dining Restaurants

Restaurant Saisons
This intimate address has no dinner menu but instead offers guests the choice of five- or eight-course gastronomic feasts based around tip-top ingredients available locally and in season. Bag the kitchen-side table for unobstructed views of the chefs as they sauté, truffle-grate and blowtorch dishes to the utmost perfection. 

Address: 8 Rue Sainte Victoire | Telephone: 09 51 89 18 38 |

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