Find out what European restaurants to try in Tarnos including Auberge le Cassiet, Auberge Du Cheval Blanc, Bbr Burger Bar des Remparts, La Bottega di Mario, Do Eat Yourself, La Grange, La Rotisserie du Roy Leon, Xurasko, La Plancha du Pecheur, Bakera
4 based on 751 reviews
Un petit restaurant tres convivial ou notre Chef ANTOINE SOURRUE propose une cuisine locale avec des produits frais et de saison. Le chef prepare lui meme son foie gras. Tous les desserts sont fait maison du debut a la fin de leur preparation. Nous avons
Hello, Im new in Bayonne and use this site to find the good stuff, as I've done everywhere I go.We choosed Bakera for lunch (12th august) and I will not be back again. This is the 1st time the reviews were very far from what I found the place to be.We were seated on the large table by the kitchen, and the service was terrible, after 10 minutes I decided to take a picture of the menu board outside because the waiter didnt bring us the menus, courtesy water came about 10 minutes later (20 total) and the food almost 50 minutes since we seated.While we wait for ages, we could see the kitchen stuff drinking (dunno but maybe it was whiskey) , eating and leaving almost outside (he was by the back door but he was still inside the restaurant) for a smoke and not cleaning hands after the very quick break.The only waiter was busy but also got the time for talk and chat with other clients.The food was ok but just ok, prices were correct.I have been to places in Bayonne much much better than Bakera...Dear customer, I think you are a little hard in your comment. But if you find better elsewhere then do not hesitate, do not come back ... especially in the month of August. I hope in your work you are better than us, you. When the cook so he washes his hands, so he lives like everyone else. Know that it is no longer with us, and early October, a new chef, a new map for your pleasure, so do not hesitate to back test our kitchen or not. Now tell me where you work and I'll come test your nasty criticism. We have one life, take the time to live .....
4 based on 973 reviews
We were cycling from Capbreton and decided to stop here for lunch instead of carrying on to Bayonne. Food, service and timing between courses were impeccable. The best Moules Ã la plancha I've ever had. Everything was fresh and perfectly cooked. The views are special and we will be back.
4 based on 298 reviews
Visited in september 2015, we ordered two entrecotes and enjoyed them. The service is also good and the place offers free wifi. Watch out for the pigeons though, they're very demanding! :)
4 based on 326 reviews
You need to be a carnivore to enjoy this temple to the art of the roast and shrine to the foie gras ( fait maison). The helpings are large and beautifully presented. We had starters of foie gras and lamb sweetbreads with girolles. Both excellent . Then cote de veau roti and beef fillet with cooked foie gras served with peas in a casserole of lardons and juice . We couldn't manage dessert but it looked very good. Price was 38â¬ each including an offered aperitif and pate. Great food and very good value .
4 based on 654 reviews
We enjoyed an absolutely terrific lunch at La Grange, recently reopened after a very attractive renovation. We were seated next to two tables of regulars, who seemed to appreciate our enjoyment of the meal.As it was May, we had white asparagus with lovely hollandaise; hake served with an unusual zucchini tempura, beets, and couscous. Dessert was a baba au rhum (he) and creme caramel (me).The winelist was good and service excellent. Wish we'd gone back for dinner.
4 based on 156 reviews
The originality of the restaurant is that you can compose your meal (salad, hot pasta and rice, hot/cold sandwiches and wraps) with a large choice of fresh and homemade ingredients. For only 10.90â¬, you can savor an hearty dish with a drink (fresh orange'
4 based on 319 reviews
So extremely helpful for us non-french speaking novices, the chef both translating the menu and him and the owner going that extra mile to make sure we enjoyed our meal to the full.The food was very tasty, we particularly enjoyed the Bayonne Ham with a very generous serving of French Cheese as a shared starter, my husband then tucked in to a scummy meat pizza, which was light, fresh and appetizing and I ate a deliciously rich and sumptuous Lasagne, a shared Lemon cheesecake-like dessert and we were full to the brim. reasonably priced food albeit a little expensive for the wine but pretty perfect all in all. Great charming little Italian
4 based on 415 reviews
Lovely gourmet burgers in a little restaurant in the old town. Good range of burgers to choose from including vegetarian options, friendly vibe. Good value for money.
4 based on 371 reviews
Restaurant gastronomique avec des produits locaux et typiques de Pays Basque, le Chef, Jean-Claude TELLECHEA, vous invite Ã parcourir son site internet.
Wonderful gourmet restaurant located in the heart of Petit Bayonne. The exterior has the classical have timbered appearance. The restaurant itself is lovely, with fantastic attention paid to the service.The lunch menul is quite a bargain, especially when you consider that it is traditional Basque food, but done in an extremely high quality style. The chef was quite nice, having rushed out to say goodbye to us. Try to arrive early, as they wish to stop service at a reasonable hour. Definitely make a reservation for dinner. One of the best dining experiences we have ever had.
4 based on 1140 reviews
I liked the look of this restaurant as we drove from the airport to our holiday village on the first day, I thought it looked rustic and had a charm that seemed to draw me towards it. This is the best restaurant the family and I ate in rustic and local a real treat.As the only English speaking people in this restaurant I felt we were going to be in for a treat and I wasn't disappointed, if it full of locals it's got to be good, well it's a policy I work with and it seems to work well.You may need a little bit of the French language to get by, but don't forsake a visit just for that reason alone. The lady serving is a charming French woman in her 50s/60s smiling and talking all the time, trying to help as best she can and using her broken English with my broken French was a great laugh to all in the restaurant.The food is homely and rustic, from meat plate salads, fish and my favourite (even if I was a little to far north) the cassoulet de Toulouse was stunning and huge. The daily specials and other main dishes looked equally as good.The desserts are all home made by the woman and are out of this world, the lemon pie ( lemon meringue pie) was simply to die for. The apple pie was top draw also.With a local wine list and some from farther a field you are spoilt for choice.Don't miss this please this is as French as it comes and is a real charmer as is the lovely woman.Tres Bon tres Bon
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