Restaurant La Maison Ani

Chef Izu Ani, known for his previous projects Gaia and Alaya, cooks the food that enchanted him in his youth, when he moved to France and submerged himself in the local culture. Come here in the mornings for fresh bread and pastries, and in the evening for a dinner that could be served in a contemporary Paris brasserie. That said, you wouldn’t call this food purely French, as Ani serves a mix of cuisines from all around the Mediterranean.
The interiors match the menu with their white tablecloths and elaborate flower compositions. When the weather permits, you can sit on the terrace with a view of the fountain show. The breakfasts are served all day, so if you decide that you want an omelet in the evening, nothing will stand between you and that plate. Finally, there are the desserts – another part of the menu that deserves your attention.