Tuba Club - Eco-Conscious Beach Club
At Tuba, chefs Sylvain Roucayrol and Paul-Henri Bayart cook seasonally fresh dishes, from fisherman to the plate, promoting the best of the South. The eco-conscious beach club is under the leadership of Grégory Gassa and Fabrice Denizot, the founders of this oasis found planted on a rock that juts out into the water. Eat on the cliffside and follow with a climb down a stainless steel ladder in to Mediterranean for a swim.
The two chefs breathe new interpretation of the Mediterranean into the restaurant with a unique mix of starters and dishes. Marseille grills, fish crudos, Provençal marinades and salads, feature on the plate. All this, followed by creative desserts that will leave you wanting more every time. We love the mascarpone cream in generous jar to share, accompanied by its Provencal biscuits and homemade ice cream.
Tuba has been shaped by conscious craftsmen, using recycled or upcycled materials. Only working with the local agriculture to promote organic and responsible farming, giving the best seasonal cuisine.
Tuba, the French word for snorkel, is a remote gem transformed from an old scuba club. It’s name resembles the link between sea and land, with breath-taking views and tables exposed to the sea spray.
Décor is a delightful mix of upcycled furniture and raw materials, cleverly blending stone and wood, natural colours and fluorescent ropes. Outside, sun loungers with mellow, yellow stripes and wooden washed out tables meet at the water’s edge. The end result is a perfect fusion of a traditional dive club and a peaceful haven where local's hang out.
TUBA CLUB, 2 Bd Alexandre Delabre, 13008 Marseille, France.
0033 (0) 966 951 316