Le Bistrot de Marius restaurant almost at the point of the famous Golden Triangle on the Avenue George V is the more relaxed, down-to-earth sibling of celebrated Marius
Janette next door. This bistrot recalls old Marseille with closely-set tables, bright sunny décor, hanging lamps, checkered tablecloths, antique posters, greenery and a very interesting chalkboard list of daily specials that focuses on things of the sea. A smart crowd noshes down on barely-cooked, superfresh dishes like tuna carpaccio, scallops a la plancha with virgin olive oil. A heated terrace is delightful in autumn and spring as the passing parade is all the entertainment you’d ever need.