2010 Guide "Celebrating its centenary in 2008, this much-loved family restaurant can truly claim to have handed down its recipes through the generations. And they've accumulated quite a few of them, as evidenced by the ever-changing menu (devised each day after the morning's perusual of the market)...Staff are always happy to explain the menu"
June 2009 "The Voyageur Nissart in Nice. The simple Niçoise food there is amazing and an entire meal will cost you the price of an aperitif at Le Gavroche in London!".
2010 Guide "No frills, just good solid portions of traditional Niçois fare, served speedily and with a smile ensure this small three generation-run family bistro near the train station makes it in practically every travel guide. Going strong since 1908, its clientele nonetheless remain fairly local".
2010 Guide "Voyageur Nissart blends budget cuisine with cool Mediterranean ambience and friendly service since 1908. Alexis and Max could not be kinder hosts, making this a top option for those on a budget.".
2010 Guide "Located downtown, this little restaurant is rather pleasant; it is a well-manicured place and staff are very welcoming. Here, the cuisine niçoise is queen; so we won't be surprised to see local food on the menu as Gnocchis, redpeppers and sanguins à l'huile. Moreover, the prices are reasonable; and there is parking nearby..."
Reviews 2010 "Voyageur Nissart is a great little restaurant. It is basic in terms of decor but there's a good range of choice on the menu and the food was excellent... near the train station and worth seeking out for its authenticity. It always seems to be busy with locals too - a good sign"