A table in the sun, a bottle of local wine and a plate filled with regional delicacies; the best way to sum up the art of living, Bordeaux-style! The richness of the culinary traditions of the South-West and a land perfect for the best grape varietals, in perfect harmony for the delight of your tastebuds: discover our selection of the best dining restaurants in Bordeaux.
The K Baroque: atmosphere, atmosphere...
This atmospheric restaurant is evocative of atheatre. It was conceived by the joint passions of a chef and a former theatre director. Here you can enjoy traditional dishes, modernised by the chef, in an atmosphere and a setting that evolve throughout the night... Ladies and gentlemen, let the show begin!
Budget: 20-30 euros
Le K Baroque, Quai des Chartrons 1, 33000 Bordeaux
Tel.: +33 5 56 52 31 20
The Tupina (the cauldron in Basque): local land and traditions
Jean-Pierre Xiradakis, a restaurateur passionate about his region, opened this bistro 40 years ago. Everything is made with local produce, sourced directly from the best local producers and cooked to suit the season. Around the large fireplace, you can choose between a duck confit, a cut of beef, or even fish from the Gironde estuary.
Choose your wine from amongst the 200 carefully selected vintages, and rely on the advice of the oenologist to choose the one best suited to you! Budget around 60 euros.
La Tupina, Rue Porte de la Monnaie 6, 33800 Bordeaux
Tel.: +33 5 56 91 56 37
Miles Restaurant: creative and refined cuisine
The team of the Miles Restaurant is made up of two young restaurateur couples who met whilst studying. They wanted to create a place with a warm atmosphere and creative and refined cuisine. A good idea is to go at lunchtime and opt for "Le petit Miles”, €18 for a main course of your choice and dessert, or “the 4 Miles” (a sampling menu with 4 dishes) for €25. For dinner, try out the tasting menu with 5 dishes for €38. Incredible flavours to discover!
Miles Restaurant, Rue du Cancera 33, 33000 Bordeaux
Tel.: +33 5 56 81 18 24
Michel's: the atmosphere of a vintage bistro
In this street full of small restaurants you can find this very friendly, typical Bordeaux canteen, where you have to try the tuna burger, the rib of beef and the delicious potatoes, a house speciality. Excellent value for money. You will love the beautiful terrace in a quiet street of the old Bordeaux.
Michel's, 15 rue du pas St. Georges, 33000 Bordeaux
Tél : 05 56 81 31 56
La Salle à Manger des Chartrons : a unusual location
In the Antiquaries district, near La Cité du vin, insiders know the Virginia restaurant, situated in a renovated building by the Quartier des Chartrons, where artist friends' paintings are also exhibited. Discovered by the famous culinary blogger, Gilles Pudlowski, this little gem is one of the excellent little places in Bordeaux. Salmon gravlax with dill chantilly, cream of white sweet potato with turmeric and coriander, roasted tomato with mozzarella and pesto... The market produce is cooked to perfection, the hospitality is lovely and it is good value for money. What more is there to say: get down there!
La Salle à Manger des Chartrons, 18, rue Saint-Joseph, 33000 Bordeaux
Tél : 06 10 01 18 77
Le Racine: a unique menu!
Daniel Gallacher is a young chef from Scotland, who trained in the kitchens of Plaza Athénée with Alain Ducasse. It is located in the centre of Bordeaux and offers a simple set menu: A single menu that changes daily costs 17 euros for lunch and 25 euros for dinner with a choice of 2 starters, 2 main courses and 2 desserts. The dishes are attractive, the meals delicate, and the produce excellent.
Le Racine, 59 Rue Georges Bonnac, 33000 Bordeaux
Tél : 05 56 98 43 08
Le Petit Commerce: fish and seafood
Find a spot on the terrace or in the dining room to enjoy a fish and seafood menu. Bistro-style, convivial and relaxed, Le Petit Commerce is located on a very pleasant street in the city centre.
Le petit commerce, 22 Rue Parlement Saint-Pierre, 33000 Bordeaux
Tél : 05 56 79 76 58