Special offers and Menus
You'll be able to select the menus in the last step of booking, if available for your criteria.
20% off food
Conditions: Set menu and drinks not included. Minimums apply Start + Main or Main + Desert minimum per person.
Valid: Dinner: Sunday to Thursday.
Group Special: Menu 62€
Prix par personne. Hors boisson. Pour un groupe de 8 personnes minimum à 15 personnes maximum.
Price per person. Brunch unique : il ne sera pas possible de réserver to la carte.
About the restaurant Brasserie Les Fenêtres
LE SUD À L'HONNEUR - La cuisine est résolument méditerranéenne, avec une touche provençale pour la fraîcheur : fleurs de courgettes farcies de sardinoïade et pistou, entrecôte grillée à la moëlle, risotto de homard "melon-estragon"… Une curiosité immanquable : le milkshake de bouillabaisse, revisitée par le Chef Lionel Lévy.
À COUPER LE SOUFFLE - Clou du spectacle : la terrasse qui offre une vue panoramique sur le Vieux-Port et l’emblématique basilique Notre-Dame de la Garde. Le quartier du Panier détient son nouveau trésor !
- €7.00Half bottle of mineral water
- €9.00Bottle of mineral water
- €10.00Glass of wine
- €28.00En flaske vin
- €17.00Glass of champagne
- €95.00Bottle of champagne
How to get to the restaurant Brasserie Les Fenêtres
Dîner : de 19h à 23h (tous les jours)
The quality of the dishes on this second day was ORDINARY and definitely not up to the standard expected for THE HUGE PRICE paid.
As previously written, Chef Levy is now dealing into brasserie style at exorbitant prices. We do regret the time when he was a capable chef.
The Foie Gras was good. The fish was totally basic, supposed to be "flambé au pastis”, tasteless, Panisse was of very poor taste and to top it up, we had two main courses served and had to beg for the third (identical) course to be delivered… after 10 minutes waiting.
Each course is decorated with tiny droplets of “WHAT’STHATSTUFF” that are tasteless and make every dish look similar, even the dessert.
I would not recommend this restaurant to anyone.
They dumped the plates on our table, giving no description of the composition of our dishes (a usual practice in this style of restaurant).
After pouring our glasses once, we were completely ignored and I had to play the sommelier for refilling our glasses at all times.
The starters and the main courses were served with diligence but we had a long wait for our plates to be cleared before being able to order the desserts. No style in clearing our plates, arm passing in front of a guest to pick up a plate over the table.
Disappointing to see the chef Levy passing twice through the restaurant, never greeting the guests, not even an eye sign nor a smile, (except the people he personally knows...)!
In fine, we do regret the quality of the service we experienced when he was chef at Une Table au Sud.