Superyacht Provisions: Savouring the Tastes of Nice

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Savouring the Tastes of Nice

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A city full of life, Nice lies along the captivating French Riviera. An exotic retreat renowned for its enchanting beauty and culinary delights. The bright blue waters that brush up against the city’s pebbled shores make Nice an idyllic destination for travelling superyachts. A gastronomic adventure awaits those who cruise to this vibrant location and as you wander through its picturesque streets, the aroma of freshly baked bread fills the air.

Before diving into Nice’s culinary treasures, one must first discover the city’s irresistible charm. Nice offers a vast wealth of local sites that are well worth a visit. The vibrant Nice markets of Cours Saleya, have stalls packed to the brim with fresh produce and artisanal crafts. Nice is also famous for opening the first wholesale cut flower market in the world, Marché Aux Fleurs. In 1861, the market was opened and florists would bring their flowers to sell to the wholesalers. The market was then opened for the public to come and choose from the range of colourful bouquets freshly cut that morning.

Discover more about Nice’s history at the Musée Matisse or explore the delightful 19th-century park, Jardin Albert 1er. Take a leisurely stroll along Promenade des Anglais and gaze out at the uninterrupted view of the Mediterranean, or wander through the cobbled streets of the Old Town, where markets and cafes promise delicious treats at every turn. From art and architecture to music and cuisine, Nice offers something for everyone. It provides exciting treats and adventures for superyacht guests to enjoy both on and off the vessel.

If you are looking for a place to enjoy a drink after a long day in Nice, then Old Town is the place to go, both in the day and nighttime, and venues where you can dance the night away. Le Bateleur is a must-visit for those who love craft beer; it’s a cosy bar with a vast selection on tap, the ideal place to sit back and enjoy a cool beer after a long day. Wayne’s Bar is a vibrant bar that attracts a young crowd with upbeat music, offering a range of cocktails and their trained mixologists will cater to everyone. For those who want to get away from main tourist venues, Yolo is hidden away in the quaint streets of Old Town; a wine bar offering a range of French wines and champagne alongside cheese and salmon platters.

When visiting Nice the best places to stay are along the Promenade des Anglais. The Hyatt Regency Nice Palais de la Méditerranée is a 5-star art-deco style hotel offering fabulous views of the Baie des Anges, situated only a five-minute walk from Nice station. A fifteen-minute walk from Old Town, Hotel Le Negresco also lies on the Promenade des Anglais. It is also 5-stars and has its own Michelin-star restaurant, Le Chantecler, where you can enjoy gourmet meals. Le Meridien Nice, a 4-star hotel, faces the Mediterranean Sea and also has views of Jardin Albert 1er, offering a rooftop terrace and outdoor pool, this hotel is a few steps from the Old Town.

As well as Le Chantecler, Nice has seven other Michelin-star restaurants. Jan Hendrik van der Westhuizen, a South African chef, opened his restaurant Jan just outside Old Town. He previously worked as a chef on private yachts before bringing South African cuisine to Nice. L’Aromate is located near Place Masséna, Nice’s historic square. Mickaël Gracieux uses local high-quality produce from Nice and the Mediterranean. The restaurant Flaveur doesn’t only have one Michelin-star but two. The Torteaux brothers bring flavours from near and far to dishes mixing local fish with Indian spices, they like to take risks and create unexpected recipes that always pay off.

Nice Côte d’Azur Aéroport is a popular destination for guests who fly there on their private jets, they can then easily transfer via limousine to their yachts. Nice has one of the largest private jet terminals making it one of the world’s premier air charter destinations.

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With two marinas, Port de Nice and Port Lympia, Nice also provides prime docking locations, welcoming visiting superyachts with open arms. With both captivating beauty and gastronomic treasures, Nice is the perfect destination for private and chartered superyachts who are seeking an unforgettable journey on the French Riviera. Indulge in the taste of Nice by partnering with yacht provisioning services like Gourmet Deliveries to ensure a mouth-watering dining experience onboard your vessel.

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Nicoise cuisine is a delicious blend of flavours influenced by Nice’s history and its connection to the Mediterranean. As you embark on your superyacht charter to Nice, your guests and crew will be able to embrace the fresh seafood and sun-ripened vegetables; staple ingredients of the Provençal region. Gourmet Deliveries operates close to Nice Côte d’Azur Aéroport and they are the closest provisioners to not only the Nice port, but also Marché d’Intérêt National (M.I.N), the main wholesale market in the city. From here Gourmet Deliveries pick the best seasonal and exotic fruits, vegetables, fish, shellfish, meats, cheese, high-end products, and flowers. Get in touch with Gourmet Deliveries and all your provisioning requirements will be taken care of!

Take a look at our guide for the perfect food provisions to ensure you and your guests dine on the finest French recipes and menu ideas from Nice.

Salade Nicoise

Salade Nicoise

A trip to Nice would be amiss without the iconic Salade Nicoise. A delicious mixture of powerful flavours and bright colours that perfectly symbolise Mediterranean cuisine. With crisp lettuce and ripe tomatoes, the salad also includes tender green beans, briny olives, and creamy boiled eggs, with a sprinkle of a tangy vinaigrette. This meal can be enjoyed with either succulent tuna or anchovies on top. Salade Nicoise is ideal for you or your guests to enjoy onboard whilst you relax in the warm sunshine and refreshing sea breeze.


These crispy chickpea fritters are a South of France delicacy. Made from chickpea flour, water, and olive oil, Panisse is fried until golden and crispy, then seasoned with salt and herbs. A perfect pairing with your favourite dipping sauce, Panisse is the ideal recipe to enjoy onboard your superyacht.

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Pan Bagnat

Pan Bagnat

Pan Bagnat is a culinary delight that embodies the spirit of the Provençal region; the quintessential Nicoise sandwich bursting with Mediterranean flavours. A crusty baguette filled with layers of fresh tuna, ripe tomatoes, crisp cucumbers, briny olives, and tangy vinaigrette make up the appetising Pan Bagnat. You can enjoy this tasty local sandwich aboard your yacht whilst sailing the azure sea or perhaps eat alfresco docked in Nice’s marina.


Barbajuans offer an abundance of delicious flavours. Indulge in the crispy goodness of savoury pastries filled with Swiss chard, ricotta cheese, onions, and herbs. A delectable snack and a suitable addition to your yacht’s menu.

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Bagna Cauda

Once the sun goes down and the cool sea breeze is coming in, you can warm yourself up with Bagna Cauda. Originating in Provence, this flavoursome dip is made from anchovies, garlic, olive oil, and butter. The perfect concoction for dipping crisp raw vegetables, offering rich flavours and aromas with each bite.

Petits Farcis

Petits Farcis

Petits Farcis is a classic savoury Nicoise dish made up of delicious stuffed vegetables bursting with flavour. From courgettes and aubergine to tomatoes and bell peppers, each vegetable is filled with a mouth-watering mix of ground meat, breadcrumbs, garlic, and herbs. Suitable as a starter or main, Petits Farcis is a satisfying and delicious meal.

Tourte de Blette

If you have more of a sweet tooth, indulge in the traditional Nicoise dessert Tourte de Blette. This traditional treat is a blend of rich flavours. A buttery pastry filled with Swiss chard, pine nuts, raisins, and sugar, combining both sweet and savoury flavours. Whatever time of day, the ingredients for a Tourte de Blette make a delightful addition to your superyacht provisions list.

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Indulge in the rich flavours of Provençal cuisine when you visit Nice this year. French culinary excellence awaits onboard your yacht, offering a delightful array of traditional delicacies. Partner with Gourmet Deliveries and use their expert provisioning services to ensure the freshest ingredients for exquisite meals on your superyacht. With a simple online order, experience culinary excellence against the backdrop of Nice’s luxurious ambience. You can also order all your alcohol and tobacco needs from our sister company, Gourmet Drinks and Tobacco.

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