RESTAURANT - L'OASIS
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It is in this small fishing village of La Napoule, nestled in the bay of Cannes, that Chefs invite you over the seasons in the flamboyant patio of an enchanting oasis. The menu is rooted in the Mediterranean region. Under the soft foliage, in the verandas of the winter garden, one comes and returns at leisure and pleasure, to the fascinating discovery of an innovative and rare cuisine. It is a world entirely dedicated to the pleasure of the taste buds that blossoms between the starred restaurant, the Bistrot de l’Oasis and the pastry shop… So many ways to discover l’Oasis of the Domaine de Barbossi and to give in to temptation.

 

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The excellence of the products and the creativity of the Chefs offer a menu updated over the seasons. The history of L’Oasis is based on the excellence embodied by the men who have given an exceptional soul to this unique place. Surprise your taste buds with a unique cuisine and carefully selected wines, offer a quality service that guarantees everyone’s pleasure… This is the demanding philosophy that guides L’Oasis’ teams.

THE ART OF WELCOMING YOU SINCE 1954

A house driven by passion

In 1954, it was within the walls of this house with its neo-Gothic architecture that a story of Chefs and Stars began. The picturesque setting and atypical charm of this former family boarding house ensure its immediate success. Chef Louis Outhier wants to make this establishment a prestigious address. A successful bet: in 1960, he obtained a first star in the Michelin guide, followed by a second in 1965 and a third five years later. After 34 years of excellence, Louis Outhier has returned his apron and his 3 stars to the Michelin Guide. L’ Oasis closed its doors, but the idea of succession matured in the mind of the young Stéphane Raimbault, who took over the reins of this institution in 1991. The following year, he was awarded two stars and the challenge was met. Every day the chefs share with you their passion for gastronomy by putting all their art at the service of L’Oasis.

 

With more than 450 references from L’ Oasis wine cellar, Pascal Paulze, sommelier and Meilleur Ouvrier de France, gives back to wine all its letters of nobility through the very fine selection on which he constantly works.