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Villa Djunah

Bar ,  Tea Room ,  Mediterranean cuisine ,  Restaurant at Juan Les Pins, Antibes
  • Villa Djunah, christened originally Villa El Djézaïr (Algeria in Arabic) was commissioned by Camille Chrétien in 1922 . This bespoke building, atypical for its time, was conceived from Chrétiens fond memories of travels to Algeria & his love for the country’s unique neo-Moorish architecture.
    In 1999, the Villa became became registered in the French ‘ Commission Heritage Label DRAC’ as a monument of historical importance (Listed building).
    Lovingly and skilfully restored over the last four...
    Villa Djunah, christened originally Villa El Djézaïr (Algeria in Arabic) was commissioned by Camille Chrétien in 1922 . This bespoke building, atypical for its time, was conceived from Chrétiens fond memories of travels to Algeria & his love for the country’s unique neo-Moorish architecture.
    In 1999, the Villa became became registered in the French ‘ Commission Heritage Label DRAC’ as a monument of historical importance (Listed building).
    Lovingly and skilfully restored over the last four years, Villa El Djézaïr reopened its doors to the public in August 2019, reborn as Villa Djunah, Restaurant, Bar & Gardens.
    Now a unique destination on the French Riviera.
    And the new name?
    Djunah, two Arabic words combined, meaning ‘Awesome’ and ‘Pavilion’.
    A colourful and exciting new chapter with echos of an enchanting past.

    The Chef suggests :
    - Octopus, smoked burrata, lemongrass, ancho chilli
    - Duo of Lamb, confit shallots, smoked paprika aioli
    - Turbot, broccoli, pickles, confits, kumquat
  • Capacity
    • People :  150 place setting
Services
  • Equipment
    • Highchair
    • Air conditioning
    • Private car park
    • Terrace
  • Services
    • Disabled facilities and reception
    • Animals accepted
    • Car attendant
    • Wi-fi
Openings
Openings
  • From April 1, 2021 until December 31, 2021