Considering the culinary arts, hardly any place in the world can top the French Riviera, especially Saint Tropez. For lunch we went to Biglari Café, as it is situated right along the port of Saint Tropez. We both had a beef tartare with fries, which is honestly one of my favorite dishes in the whole wide world.
I mean just look at the tableset… the table itself is made from this type of wood that reminds me of the flooring used on sailing yachts, the salt and pepper utensils are made from silver, the plates have gold plating and the drinkware just has the perfect details (also: the straws were hard plastic, not cheap disposable ones!). As you could already tell from an older post, I am obsessed with cute cutlery, plates and glassware. Needless to say, this place was heaven to me.
Some random German family next to us. Anyone else kinda hate it when other people on holiday speak the same language as you? I don’t know maybe it’s just me being weird and petty, but I prefer to be able to talk shit about the person next to me and them not understanding anything. (Germans don’t really understand Austrian dialect anyway, so I guess I could have gossiped away anway)
Just a quick snap from the menu. I feel like the menus and especially the prices of restaurants like these can hardly be found online, so here you go.
Some pics from the patio area. The waiters where all dressed in white Lacoste outfits, that kinda looked like they were about to leave for tennis lessons. The service was really fast and very friendly.
All in all, this place had one of the best beef tartares I have ever had in my entire life, I can recommend it to anyone who is into this very specific dish (I know a lot of people don’t really like it). I feel like this restaurant is also more laid back and less stiff than some other restaurants along the port of Saint Tropez.