Mada One is a restaurant at One Monte-Carlo
Monday to Saturday: carryout from 8:30am to 4:00pm and seating for lunch from 11:30am to 3:00pm
- Take Away
- All-day service
- Tea room/Café
- Finger food
Discover the Mada One restaurant and enjoy its innovative chic and varied “snackonomy” concept.
This on-the-go gastronomy for a quick bite to eat in or take away will delight your taste buds at any time of day.
Mada One, which is short for Madame and a tribute to Martinique’s former name Madininia (or Madiana), which means “mythical island”, embodies a “prêt-à-manger” concept which also serves as a café, bistro and bakery, offering elegant and varied snacks.
Its continuous service is a perfect response to today’s busy lifestyle, offering healthy breakfasts, relaxed lunches for colleagues, or a delicious break during shopping excursions. The relaxed and authentic setting of Mada One encourages discussion and new encounters.
Its cuisine has a strong feminine touch and is very much centred around good and natural products, with a combination of flavours. Marcel Ravin has designed an explosive menu that is both varied and generous, satisfying everyone's desires throughout the day - from breakfast to afterwork drinks!
The Chef will also surprise customers with his signature culinary creations, including the Monegu (“Monaco” in Monégasque and “the taste of people” in Creole), a “travel cake” inspired by brioche and panettone, in the colours of Monaco (white and red). This new take on Mediterranean flavours (Menton lemon, jam, etc.) pays tribute to its adoptive homeland, with a strong nod to the principality. Monégasque fries are also in the pipeline!
Much more than just a restaurant, it also sells a range of patisseries (at certain times of the day) as well as grocery and merchandising products, including oil, spices, aprons and other items used to produce Mada One dishes, so that you can enjoy them everywhere!
Marcel Ravin is one of the most talented chefs of his generation. With his Michelin star and innovative style, he orchestrates the Blue Bay kitchens with passion. Martinique, where he was born, has a strong influence on his dishes, which display endless creativity and reveal an infinite love of taste and pleasure. Six questions asked on the spot to get to know him better...
From 11 January, restaurants in the Principality are closed in the evenings. The Monaco government requires individuals to provide proof of work, residency or a hotel booking in Monaco to gain entry to restaurants. Reservations are required.Please ensure you are aware of the barrier gestures and preventive measures in place across our establishments