Interior of the Mozza Restaurant in Mote Carlo with brick walls, wooden tables and benches
(Image credit: Yann Savalle)

Monaco is Emil Humbert and Christophe Poyet's stomping ground: after completing five restaurants in the principality, the duo recently unveiled this transalpine trattoria. Inspired by the sets of Martin Scorsese films, the space echoes Italian traditions with exposed-brick walls, crimson leather banquettes, industrial lights, vintage mirrors, marble tables and mosaic floors. With a mozzarella bar serving nine different varieties, plus homemade pasta and an impressive wine collection enclosed in wooden cabinets, everything speaks Italian. A landscaped terrace and outside bar, with an red wood banquettes seating an additional 30, make Mozza the perfect summer spot.

Interior of the Mozza Restaurant in Mote Carlo with wooden stools, tiled floor and wall and glass display case

(Image credit: Yann Savalle)


11 Rue du Portier