Discover Restaurants offering the best French food in Bazas, France including Le Boeuf Pop, Hugo Delices, Restaurant CARO & CO, Indigo, Le 21 Gourmand, Le Maquignon, Le Bistrot Saint Jean, Noosa Cafe, Cafe d'Oc, Le comptoir du Boeuf Pop
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Pas de la trÃ¨s grande cuisine mais les plats sont copieux et la cuisine traditionnelle. Une bonne adresse, surtout en Ã©tÃ© en terrasse, sous les arcades. Le rapport qualitÃ© prix est correct.Au niveau du service, il arrive qu'ils soient un peu dÃ©passÃ©s, mais rien de bien mÃ©chant.
4 based on 46 reviews
The "Cafe D'oc" Is Pancake Restaurant, In A Little Street Overlooking The Cathedral. It Is Also Un Coffee Roastary Shop, With Regional Specialyties. Free Wifi.
On our way to Carcassone we passed by Bazas and made an unplanned stop. It was well passed the lunch hour so we found this little and cozy place with excellent service that was working round the clock. Surprisingly very good home made Galletes and crepes. Place is owned by a very nice couple who went really out of their way to comply with all our requests.
4 based on 48 reviews
Very tasty salads at lunchtime and an excellent CafÃ© Gourmand but also perfect for a carafe of rose and a view of the world passing by. Friendly staff.
4 based on 121 reviews
This bistrot was featured in Rick Stein's TV programme "French Odyssey" some ten years ago. During our one week holiday near Bazas, we had occasion to sample boeuf de Bazas (beef from the Bazadais breed of cattle) buying it from local butchers and grilling it ourselves.After visiting the outdoor market in Bazas, we decided to have lunch at this restaurant in the cathedral square. My husband ordered the entrecote while I chose confit de canard (duck confit). I was disappointed with my dish as it was overcooked and dry. Some parts of the duck leg were burnt and the meat was tough. This is a classic dish which most French bistro/brasserie can do very well but sadly this place did not meet the mark. In fact those prepared vacuum packed duck confit bought from French supermarkets would taste better than what I had in this bistrot. Fortunately my husband had better luck with his order. Then again, with a great piece of beef from the prized cattle, you can't go wrong, cooking it. The portion of steak was huge. Both dishes came with frites, lettuce. half tomato and overcooked fine beans.The entrecote was quite pricey at Euro 25 while the confit de canard was reasonable at Euro 13. My husband recommends the Bazadais beef and especially the steak at this restaurant.Service was fine despite a busy Saturday afternoon.
4 based on 109 reviews
De passage Ã Bazas lundi, nous avons fait une halte dans ce restaurant que nous ne connaissions pas. Petite salle en bas et une autre Ã l'Ã©tage.Que ce soit au niveau de l'accueil, du service ou de la qualitÃ© des plats, tout Ã©tait parfait.Comme nous vous en avons fait part avant de partir, un grand bravo et merci Ã vous.
4 based on 66 reviews
Excellent burger done as only the French can do, cooked to perfection. Tables available outdoors and indoors, although indoors you may find they are too close together. Limited menu but enough for a good meal.
4 based on 197 reviews
My wife and I have visited this restaurant in the charming town of Bazas several times in the past few years and had some interesting meals. I am sorry to say that we were disappointed on this occasion.We both had scallops for starter but these were cooked in an almost inedible vinegar sauce. I just donât know what the chef was trying to do here but it didnât work. If it were not for the quality of the scallops we would have sent the dish back.For main course I had a steak which was tasty enough and my wife had cod but unfortunately it came with a watered down version of the sauce we had with our starter. Not only that, but the cod had clearly just been defrosted and came to the table as a mushy and tasteless piece of fish.Our waitress was attentive and helpful but she clearly saw we were not enjoying our dining experience. We decided not to risk having a dessert and left.Maybe we just visited on an off night but you really canât serve food like this and expect rave reviews.
4 based on 318 reviews
As an Englishman, I can't believe how lucky the French can be: not only do they have their own cuisine, but now they've stolen fish and chips and turned them into an art form! Perfectly cooked cod in beautiful batter served in a paper wrapper (properly hygienic, not like the good old days of newspaper!) with excellent chips and a lovely salad in the heart of France - sacrÃ© bleu! I was lucky enough to be able to compliment the chef in person and hope to be able to do the same again soon - well worth the trip.
5 based on 128 reviews
Amazing place. Small kitchen, no printed menu, but creates miracle dishes! Highly recommended!!!Salad with beans is great! Salmon was cooked perfectly with amazing addition of veggies and mash potato. Kids menu is simple and therefore very good for kids. Very friendly staff!
4 based on 502 reviews
We stopped in the village of Bazas to see the cathedral and found a great find in Le Boeuf Pop. Fantastic local beef ...excellent steak and prepared to perfection. The duck and vegetarian dishes were also very good. This restaurant was full at lunchtime, always a good sign, and run with a lot of good humoured. The owners do a great job and keep the eatery lively and entertaining. Great experience.
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