Stars that Shine – Monaco’s Michelin-Starred Restaurants

For a meal to remember, treat yourself to one of the best Michelin-starred restaurants in Monaco.
From innovative tasting menus to breathtaking interiors, Monaco is any food traveller’s dream come true.
Six different restaurants in the Principality share no fewer than nine Michelin stars between them, for the ultimate lunch or dinner experience.

Let’s take a closer look at them:

Louis XV – Alain Ducasse (External link) at Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo (External link)

The restaurant’s Riviera-inspired cuisine uses the finest local produce, married with the stunning vintages to be found in the hotel’s fabled wine cellars.

Le Grill (External link) at Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo (External link)

Le grill
Le Grill ©B.Vergely

On the 8th floor of the luxurious Hôtel de Paris Monte-Carlo is another star, held by Le Grill (External link) . There, an exciting experience awaits, overlooking the Mediterranean, in the form of a luxury barbecue outside under stars of a different kind, in the night sky.

Pavyllon Monte-Carlo (External link) de Yannick Alléno at Hotel Hermitage Monte-Carlo (External link)

This new dining location looks to blend the finest gastronomic dishes with healthy eating and well-being, “the best of the simple”, as the three Michelin-starred chef likes to say, on the restaurant’s terrace with unmatched panoramic views of Port Hercule and the Rock. Get inspired here (External link) .

Yoshi (External link) at Hôtel Métropole Monte-Carlo (External link)

SHAKE ventreche saumon Restaurant YOSHI Hotel MetropoleMC StudioPhenix
‘Shake’ ventreche saumon at restaurant YOSHI © Hotel MetropoleMC_StudioPhenix

On the other side of the Place du Casino, this Michelin-starred restaurant is hidden behind the entrance with its two majestic Roman-style columns. Yoshi (External link) is the place to be for lovers of Japanese cuisine, with maki, sashimi, fish and meat prepared teppanyaki-style by the creative chef Takeo Yamazaki, accompanied by the finest sakés, whiskies, or Japanese green teas.

La Table d’Antonio Salvatore (External link)

La Table d-Antonio Salvadore ©Malcorps
La Table d-Antonio Salvadore ©Malcorps

Seasonal thinking, domestic organic products and traditional methods are at the heart of the restaurant’s philosophy, earning the venue its first Michelin star in 2021 with its combinations of classics and original and creative dishes. Southern Italian and French influences lend the cuisine an unmistakably unique flavour.

Blue Bay (External link) at Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort (External link)

Blue Bay Restaurant -Copyright Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer
Blue Bay© Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer

Down the famous hairpin bend on the Formula One circuit, the sea comes into view along the newly refurbished Larvotto beach, at the far end of which stands the Monte-Carlo Bay Hotel & Resort (External link) and the Blue Bay (External link) . Drawing on the inspiration that earned him two fabled Michelin stars, chef Marcel Ravin weaves his culinary alchemy to blend Caribbean and Mediterranean flavours to exquisite effect. Inside, the atmosphere is warm and lively thanks to the open kitchens, while the tables outside command superb sea views, but wherever you happen to be seated, you are set for a bold and original gastronomical journey.