Puff pastry stuffed with foie gras. Duck leg confit. Goat cheese salad. Neapolitans don't need a passport to taste the south of France when they've got Bleu Provence.
The decor at this upscale 80-seat restaurant in Crayton Cove is bright and airy with special touches such as a stunning white molded tin ceiling, whitewashed hardwood floors, handsome wicker furnishings and bouquets of fresh roses — all wrapped up in a pretty azure and goldenrod package.
Acclaimed by locals, visitors and critics alike for superb French cuisine, an international wine list and attentive service, Bleu Provence is an epicurean favorite. Co-owners Jacques and Lysielle Cariot, inspired by their native France and passion for fresh food and good wine, have recreated the elegant French dining experience in Naples.
Combining traditional Provencal recipes with the finest ingredients, chef de cuisine Lysielle Cariot creates authentic menus of classic French soups, salads, appetizers, desserts, and seafood, beef and poultry entrees.
Signature items include her Kobe beef short ribs, crispy duck leg confit, beef carpaccio, fish soup and pan-seared filet mignon. The on-site wine cellar is stocked with over 14,000 bottles of wine - more than 1,300 varieties.
Voted "Best French Restaurant" by Gulfshore Life magazine, Bleu Provence provides a relaxing Provencal setting with a cozy indoor dining room and intimate outdoor terrace.