Jeanne (Antibes)

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Exposed stone walls, a tiled bar, bistro tables and natural wines… Running this two-level wine bar named after their mother Jeanne, sisters Marine and Elsa pop open bottles and cook things up at a rapid-fire pace. The night we went, we dined on a few delicacies cooked using locally sourced ingredients: homemade blood sausage and grape terrine – or a pork, basil and lemon terrine; baby potatoes with an incredible pepper-paprika sauce; crazy good grilled Perugina (an Italian sausage) with creamy polenta; incredibly tender tuna mi-cuit with sautéed rice; before a lovely poppy seed cake served with fresh figs and fig compote. // L.P.

FEELING THIRSTY? There are roughly 400 organic or natural wines to choose from: a Corbières red from the Domaine Ledogar (€5 a glass), a Bandol white from the Château Sainte-Anne (€8 a glass), a Gard red from Sébastien Chatillon (€35 a bottle), a Catalan orange wine from Partida Creus (€42)…

PRICE: Small plates €5-22, desserts €7-8.

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