La Tarte Tropézienne
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La Tarte Tropézienne information
Lonely Planet review
This cafe or its associated bakery (36 rue Georges Clémenceau), the original creator of tarte Tropézienne , are the best places to buy a slice of the local speciality. Upstairs, in the lively, elegant bistro, pick from delicious daily specials, and downstairs salad/sandwich formulas (€6-7).