St. Tropez’s first beach club still has its groove

St Tropez, to have a delicious lunch on the beach.

Since 1955, the Club 55 (Cinquante-Cinq, hence the name), has been the mecca of the rich and famous. For over 50 years, almost every famous person lunched at this restaurant or hanged out by its bar.

Bridget Bardot said it was her favorite, thus creating one of the first beach clubs along Pampelonne Beach with a sexy scene of sunning celebrities and gourmet cuisine that’s hotter than ever after 50-years.

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Simplicity and authenticity. This spot is quite separate from the rest of Pamplona beach and has had its own philosophy since its creation in 1955: “The customer is not king here … because he is a friend”.

Le Club 55 has an unforgettable atmosphere. Skirting the Mediterranean shores, beside St Tropez, its location was destined for success.

Here, the guests is welcomed as a friend, casually, without any snobbery as it often can happen at some of its neighbouring establishments. And that is perhaps why everyone loves it so much. Over the years it became an institution that keeps its promises.

The menu is all in French, so it is wise to either learn some food words ahead (there is a menu, that never changes, and daily specials) or ask the staff, which is very helpful.

The fish is fresh and often great for sharing.

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In particular the Strawberry tart is heavenly and quite light for a cake, making it a perfect treat, before you strip into your bikini or Vilebrequin shorts.

 

 

 

 

Credits by http://www.club55.fr and Me

 

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