The Moulin de Mougins is a celebrated restaurant in France, situated in a 16th-century mill (moulin) in the inland French Riviera town of Mougins. The founding chef Roger Vergé made the restaurant’s name renowned with his novel and light Cuisine de Soleil. The restaurant had 3 Michelin stars from 1974 to 2003. The Moulin used to be an auberge, as it has a couple of guest rooms.
Let’s celebrate the 60th Anniversary of AICR and dress up for the occasion.
Enjoy a casual dinner the Bella Bay Restaurant located on Place Masséna, a few minutes walking distance from Le Méridien Nice.
The Place Masséna is the main square of the city. Before the Paillon River was covered over, the Pont-Neuf was the only practicable way between the old town and the modern one. The square was thus divided into two parts (North and South) in 1824. With the demolition of the Masséna Casino in 1979, the Place Masséna became more spacious and less dense and is now bordered by red ochre buildings of Italian architecture.
The Seven statues of 7 kneeling man on high poles are meant to represent the 7 continents. In 2007, Catalan artist Jaume Plensa created the contemporary art installation, comprising the seven statues along the tram lines, representing the seven continents known as conversation in Nice.
INCREDIBLY FRENCH RIVIERA
What other palace best symbolises the legend of the French Riviera? More than 100 years after its creation, as the perfect image of the legendary Riviera, Le Negresco reveals our desire for enjoyment, relaxation and comfort.
ROYAL RECEPTION ROOM
Under its imposing glass dome, which has been listed as a historical monument, this salon is the very heart of Le Negresco. Originally a grand ballroom, today it provides the ideal setting for large receptions and prestigious events
Virginie Basselot is one of the figures of the new generation of French gastronomy. Recognized as a Meilleur Ouvrier of France (Best Craftsman of France), she has already won many awards.
Join our Sponsors & Partners to a follow up lunch after the Sponsor Showcase Presentations.
The museum Masséna, architectural jewel of the Promenade des Anglais, evokes, through its collections, the art and the history of the riviera from the attachment of Nice to France until the end of the Belle Epoque.
Event Sponsored by Office de Tourisme Métropole Nice Côte d’Azur. We will be welcome by Monsieur Christian Estrossi, Mayor of Nice and President of the Nice Côte d’Azur Metropole