Café Napoleon III: a typical French brasserie
Terrasse St. Pierre: specialities from the southwest of France
L'Assiette du Vieux Saint Pierre: Gourmet cuisine from the southwest of France
Le Petit Commerce: Specializing in fish and seafood
Chat Noir, Chat Vert: Organic cuisine
Le Passage St. Michel: a brasserie and an antiques market in the same place!
C'Yusha where a lot of Grand Chefs worked and where the cuisine is inspired from around the world.
La Cheminée Royale: a place where your meat is cooked directly in the fireplace!
Le Saint Georges: A brasserie where you can try a little bit of every dish all on one plate
Chez Jean: a traditional restaurant where you can eat the famous "Cochon noir from Basque country"
This list could be endless, the best way to discover the culinary heritage of Bordeaux is to try everything!
From June 26th to June 29th, Bordeaux celebrates wine during a dedicated festival! That could be the perfect occasion to visit the city.