The striking, glass-and-steel Carré d’Art was designed by British architect Sir Norman Foster. Inside is the municipal library and the...
Constructed in gleaming limestone around AD 5, this temple was built to honour Emperor Augustus’ two adopted sons. Despite the name, the...
There's something happening most nights at this lively bar, from concerts (rock, folk, blues and traditional French chansons ) to DJs,...
Tucked away in the corner of place d’Assas, this fine-dining bistro has an open-plan kitchen and a sheltered interior courtyard. There’s...
2 rue Gaston Boissier · interesting places nearby
Carré d’Art information
Open since 1989, this heavy hitter is still one of Nîmes’ top fine-dining addresses. The setting is elegant, in an abstract art–adorned 19th-century town house with a gorgeous shaded courtyard, and the seasonal dishes give traditional French cuisine a modern spin: sole meunière with candied ginger, duck fillet with spiced honey jus , chocolate profiteroles with tonka-bean sauce, and chestnut tiramisu.