What's New In Cannes 2024

Discover the latest dining destinations for the well-heeled Riviera crowd - with these new openings...

Zuma Cannes

Zuma is bringing its signature upscale Japanese cuisine to the llustrious jet set destination on the Côte d’Azur - with their first restaurant in France. There are more than a dozen Zumas around the world - from Hong Kong and New York to Istanbul and Bangkok. The modernized adaptation of Japanese izakaya-style cuisine features a stunning, pristine low-lit modern interior design to match the menu. From the sushi bar to the robata grill - expect dishes such as the sliced otoro, served with smoked tomato dashi and oscietra caviar as well as the special toro maki and Chilean seabass croquettes in ginger chilli dressing. Zuma Cannes boasts a spacious terrace with retractable sails to enjoy alfresco dining, whilst soaking up the views over the Bay of Cannes with DJs playing relaxed beats. Dinner only.

Nammos Beach Club and Restaurant

The illustrious Mykonos hot-spot has opened a waterfront restaurant concept in Cannes. Part casual Greek restaurant, part laidback beach bar, Nammos is where the scene-y set whiles away the long Mykonos summer days and nights and has attracted the likes of Leonardo DiCaprio, Kendall Jenner and Gigi Hadid and renowned for its day-to-night parties and table dancing and Mediterranean-influenced dishes. The Cannes outpost - housed in Palm Beach Cannes (alongside Zuma and La Petite Maison) - features a beachside restaurant, a casual bar, lounges and a Beach Club decked out with its signature aquamarine-striped parasols, white-washed tables, crisp white linen and an upscale bohemian aesthetic and laid-back vibe. Dine on a Mediterranean menu - think sea-bass ceviche, seafood spaghetti and shrimp risotto. Pictured. 


Regarded as one of the most romantic spots in St Barths - nestled amongst palm trees in a beautifully lit garden in Saline - this is their first international outpost and sits alongside Nammos and Zuma. When it comes to cuisine, officially classed as French and Caribbean, diners can expect a little of everything - such as yellow fin tuna ceviche with lime and coconut milk and josper grilled “kobe style” wagyu picanha beef with chimichurri sauce and mashed potatoes. 

Lucia Cannes

Nestled amidst the stunning vistas of La Croisette comes this new beachfront restaurant from the founders of Nikki Beach - renowned the world over for its beach clubs and luxury hotels. Derived from the Latin “lux”, meaning light - Lucia’s design embraces maximalism, lively colors, intricate patterns and elements inspired by the sun. The property features shaded outdoor areas and eye-catching indoor and outdoor tiled bars as well as a beach area, which offers full-service sun loungers. The dining menu is focused on "cuisine du soleil," whilst paying homage to the culinary traditions of the region. Signature dishes include: tuna crudo à la Niçoise; runner bean & asparagus salad with clementines and Zuppa Di Pesce - Italian seafood soup. 

Ruya Cannes

An enticing dining concept, originally hailing from Dubai, that explores the rich history and diversity of Anatolian food. Expect authentic, contemporary Anatolian cuisine in a lively, relaxed setting in Cannes' iconic Carlton hotel which reopened after years of refurbishment. Named Rüya after the Turkish meaning for dream and inspired by restaurateur Umut Özkanca’s Istanbul heritage. Expect the menu to take you on a culinary journey through the food regions of Turkey with mezes from Marmara, Pides from the Black Sea region, olives from the Aegean Sea and kebabs from South eastern Anatolia. The design reflects the rich heritage of Anatolian and Turkish cuisine but with a modern style drawing upon elements of Turkish history and the meeting of Eastern and Western cultural influences from the Byzantine and Ottoman Empires to the present day.