A favourite with both locals and French celebrities, Chez Fonfon has gained a reputation for serving the best bouillabaisse in town. Chez Fonfon proposes two ways of eating of this Marseillaise delicacy – the starter option eaten alone as a soup, and the main course version served with croutons and the famous spicy rouille paste. Whichever way, it is cooked to perfection and opens the taste buds to other Mediterranean recipes on the menu prepared with the region’s olive oil, tomatoes and garlic. The décor at Chez Fonfon is simple and stylish, and its bright lighting contributes to its welcoming open atmosphere. With its seafront location in the fishing port of Vallon des Auffes, Chez Fonfon’s other claim to fame is the shooting of some of the scenes from Luc Besson’s well-known film Le Grand Bleu starring Jean Reno.