We hit the town yesterday and started off with snacks and beers at CIBO.
I love this place...family friendly, good food, cool interior
Since we were just filling the cracks before dinner we weren't going to tuck into anything big...and CIBO's Scodellina is PERFECT for what we wanted.
If you're looking for a light snack or something to share with a few people I highly recommend going to CIBO (my favourite is the roasted eggplant puree)
Then we were off to Cassis Bistro for supper (this was my first experience).
This place is top notch from the moment we walked in until we left.
When we arrived , there were only 4 tables taken...but that changed within about 20 minutes after we sat down (when we left the place was packed...and it was only 7pm and -40 outside...so you know the place is good).
We started off with the Charcuterie plate; house made duck pate, an assortment of meats, mustards, dried olives and pickles.....awesome !
I had the Market Fish (Sea Bass) and my date had the Plate Du Jour (Duck Breast). Our server recommend a French Red to go with the meals...it was spot on, as was the server. This guy was fantastic. My sea bass was done to perfection...the duck was on the 'really' rare side and had to get a quick re-fire, but it tasted amazing.
We ended the night with a Crème Brulee and a Pot De Crème. Both awesome !
Again, I would definitely recommend Cassis to anyone looking for a taste from the south of France.