The fine dining for which we are envied deserves a reputation for excellence at La Grande Maison. This 19th-century townhouse, decorated with Napoleon III style furniture, became a hotel and restaurant under the impetus of the illustrious Joël Robuchon. He received two stars within a year.
In a room with aristocratic hues and a meticulous service, the master receives connoisseurs in search of gustatory delights. Particular emphasis is placed on the origin of the food provided since the local dishes served in the restaurant celebrate the region’s terroir with refinement: foie gras and duck breast, truffles, meat, etc. Special mention is given to the restaurant's cellar, a veritable library of Bordeaux wines.
Not many restaurants can boast such a view! L’Estacade is perched above the Garonne River, on stilts planted in the water. It offers breath-taking views as far as Bec d’Ambès in the Gironde estuary, which you can make out in the distance. The restaurant/waterside bistro atmosphere promises unique dining experiences in Bordeaux.
A pupil of the great Ducasse, the chef wanted a cuisine with oceanic flavours: there are obviously oysters but also tasty fish like cod as well as seafood.
If you’re looking for a restaurant in Bordeaux, you can also visit the city and its surroundings for the same price! Unforgettable memories are the key to this special dinner cruise offered by the Bordeaux River Cruise company. Travel through the water on the barge Le Sicambre as you dine.
You can discover the charms of Blaye, Pauillac, Bayon-sur-Gironde and also try Bordeaux regional dishes: Macau artichokes, mule carpaccio, Blaye asparagus, etc. The chef aboard the restaurant boat will delight your taste buds with fresh products. And why not make a toast with one of these Médoc wines - the boat’s sommeliers can tell you its story.
Among the best Bordeaux restaurants is Racines, with its cuisine combining French influence and Scottish roots. Its charming setting and hushed atmosphere invite for a tasting experience with original and audacious dishes in terms of flavours, textures and colours. A real treat for the eyes and taste buds!
A warm welcome and every attention is bestowed on clients with 6 services each evening. On the menu you will find two starters, two main courses and two desserts changing regularly according to seasonal products and the chef’s inspirations. And all this for a more than reasonable price. So, are you ready for a gastronomic journey?
Founded five years ago and the little sister of the Pau establishment, Maison du Pata Negra in Bordeaux is located in the Capucins market, a mythical place in the city. Inspired by Spain and the Basque Country, this restaurant with delicious smells of Iberian products puts the emphasis on conviviality and authenticity.
Renowned for its long buffets lined up with plates of tapas, the Maison Pata Negra features affordable, robust, traditional, sun-filled cuisine. Come here to taste assortments of hams and pinchos (tapas) but not only! The manager extends a warm welcome while his team finds you a table. To finish with a folkloric touch, symbolic of the Basque culture, your bill will be calculated according to the number and colour of peaks you have in your plates.
Visit the wine capital, while enjoying gourmet meals and relaxing moments.
Enjoy Bordeaux and its vineyards in the Margaux and Pessac-Léognan wine-growing areas, during the summer season.