Must try finger foods: Socca, pissaladière and "petits farcis"

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Must try finger foods: Socca, pissaladière and "petits farcis" Nice Reviews

julienhi julienhi
2 reviews
grreat Jun 05, 2011
Just come back from Budapest,great city nice people,booked thru a large uk agency staying at the Europa congress centre.hotel out in the sticks,but the hotel shut down in March 2011.which we were never told about.ask if you have been given this hotel as part of a package.found alternative ourselves.did not stop us from having a good time
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MedKate MedKate
13 reviews
Jun 10, 2007
If you're in the old town for lunch, you must try the local specialties on the go. Socca is a flat chick-pea "crepe" served hot with fresh ground pepper. One of the most famous Socca to be had is Chez Teresa, at the market every day.

Pissaladière is an onion pie, with or without anchovies. Sounds weird but it's really delicious. It's available everywhere, including in all the bakeries. The best one is definitely Maison Baral (7, rue Saint Reparate in the Vieux Nice). They also have a restaurant (au Port) with a nightly fixed menu (25euros per person, reservations mandatory).

Petits farcis are stuffed vegetables: courgettes, tomatoes, mushrooms, aubergines. This is though to eat on the go, so buy a drink and sit at a terrasse (most places won't let you sit down if you don't purchase a drink).
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