Since you can’t visit a city without tasting its gastronomic specialties, the group ‘Kweezine – Bordeaux’ helps you discover a number of eating places in the Bordeaux region, some of them traditional and others more original. Here are their five favorites.
Welcome to the temple of comfort food! If you happen to be in the lovely neighborhood of the Chartrons, you just have to book a table in this charming restaurant serving ‘seasonal, market cuisine’ prepared by Virginie and Karolina. The produce is extra-fresh and cooked with passion and love, just like at home. A little-known eating house that is definitely worth the visit.
Les Halles de Bacalan is a gourmet market that draws inspiration from ‘open-air markets’ to offer the very best food of the South-West region. With its 950 sqm and 23 stalls, the fussiest foodies will be spoilt for choice, and delighted by the warm atmosphere of the market.
Being a true pizza lover in Bordeaux means going to Capperi’s, an Italian micro-restaurant owned by chefs Bartolo and Julia, whose pizza will take you back to Italy. A meticulous selection of producers and of organic, seasonal ingredients make for out of this world flavors. The love and respect for the ingredients are reflected in the quality and the savors to be enjoyed here!
This small eatery serves an inspired cuisine imagined by Daniel Gallacher, the Scottish chef who embarks his patrons onto a sensory journey by building upon select products and a superb balance of flavors. Definitely worth trying out, with its excellent value for money. Racines is the place to go if you want to enjoy a gastronomic meal for a fraction of the price!
Recently starred in the Michelin guide, chef Tanguy Lavialle offers a refined cuisine in a sober and elegant setting. Wine lovers won’t be disappointed by the pairings suggested with their surprise menu. Surprise, since you can’t order à la carte or ask for a food list. Instead, you’ll enjoy a custom-made meal adapted to your very own desires!