Find out what Fusion restaurants to try in Bordeaux. After many years of hard work, the "Sleeping Beauty" has awoken from its slumber. The city is beautifully restored and has an ultra-modern public transport system. The “Port of the Moon” is also now a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Stone Bridge, with its 17 arches, crosses the Garonne, offering pedestrians a lovely view over the docks and harbor. Take a stroll through old Bordeaux in the Triangle d'Or and stop at Place des Quinconces, France’s largest public square. The city of Bordeaux is an ideal base for exploring the greater wine region’s unforgettable sights and tastes.
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4 based on 180 reviews
Had lunch with friends, and we all went for the set lunch menu. The food was absolutely delicious, the staff friendly and helpful, and the restaurant atmosphere was very nice. Would have loved to try their dinner service as well. I would definitely visit again, and would recommend this restaurant to anyone.
4 based on 187 reviews
Le cadre chaleureux mÃªlÃ© au design Ã©lÃ©gant du restaurant Cromagnon vous emporte dans une cuisine Ã la fois ludique et contemporaine. Vous y trouverez des assiettes raffinÃ©es ainsi quâune sÃ©lection de produits Ã cuire sur une pierre de sel de lâHimalaya.
Really amazing meal. The flavor combinations are unique, things that shouldn't go together somehow do and make for a party in your mouth. The duck start with foie, the steak on the salt rock and the tuna tartar were faves. Cute atmosphere as well. Highly recommend if you're looking for something slightly different than a typical brassiere.
5 based on 293 reviews
Eating bar with selected wines. Pleasant ambiance and eclectic cuisine
Atelier des Faures is a very small restaurant located in the area of Saint Michel in Bordeaux. The area is a bit more ethnic and rough than the touristic central quartiers and so is the the restaurant too. The dining room is small and directly connected to the open kitchen, which allows guests to watch the chefs in operation. This creates an interesting feeling of craftsmanship. The menu is short and written on a chalk board. We chose cogues and a sort of sausage salad for the starters and pasta risotto and bonite for the main course. All portions were tasty and nicely served and it was easy to see that inspite of the plain looks of the place, the food is gourmet level. Atelier is definitely worth the extra walk from the center.
5 based on 167 reviews
Â« De tous les arts, lâart culinaire est celui qui nourrit le mieuxâ¦Â» Pierre Dac Chicoula : du provenÃ§al siroter, dÃ©guster. Notre projet sâinscrit dans notre philosophie de vie Ã©picurienne et de notre goÃ»t pour les Ã©changes interculturels. AprÃ¨s plusieurs
Very nice small room with a wonderful feeling......extremely personable and friendly service...amazingly great traditional french cuisine with a modern twist..I definitely plan to come back very soon. Thanks very much to the wonderful couple that do such a great job and deserve all the fantastic reviews that they get.
5 based on 178 reviews
Invite the guest to discover the world and culinary imagination of this young chef , he wanted a place to fresh atmosphere that allows our guest to forget the bustle of the city. His wish is to take you ' to amaze and delight you with a clean kitchen, sim
Our first dinner of our month long visit to Bordeaux was here. We were so impressed that we chose Sonâ for our last dinner. First of all, the room is stunning! A perfect blend of old and new, sleek and modern compliments the gorgeous ceilings. The staff is friendly, welcoming and very efficient. One menu, a 45 euro, five course, culinary adventure, changes daily. Well chosen wine list. On both visits, we shared foie gras, a nice potion for only 10 euros. We thought the first dinner was perfection with several high points...maybe all high points. The second dinner was not so successful, with a couple of misses. In both cases, the dessert was a scene stealer. Plating is artful, complimented by unusual serving pieces. The young chef is creative with a real sense of adventure, that is very evident. This is a very good restaurant, with loads of potential to be truly great, but itâs not there yet. Itâs still in itâs infancy. We look forward to returning next year....it will only get better and better.Good afternoon!Hmmm so disappointed about the mark I told to my mother that we will be maybe second ahah (true story lol) But I understand that we can improve our style. I'm agree with you off course ^^ I'm happy to see that you enjoyed your dinners , it's difficult to be always very powerful on every dishes but we always trying to. One day we will do it like you said! :D Just to know... Can you send me an email of what were your first dinner and the second one? Even if I have an Idea of the second one (Rolled lamb for the pre starter am I right?) We were so proud of that menu, specially the duck with the cherry sauce (but it's my own opinion indeed). Remember our email is :[email protected] you very much for your time!Kind regards, well seasoned salutations! The chef Sylvain
5 based on 291 reviews
Nofa is a small Â«boutique restaurantÂ» with Italian influences, located near Place Pey-Berland in the heart of downtown Bordeaux. On the menu, the recipes are featuring ingredients imported from Italy, cooked with French passion, with vegetarian friendly o
This place is such a gem, I had a lovely welcome when entering the restaurant itself (I hadnât booked). Itâs a family run affair and they all seemed to really enjoy it too. Just to pre-warn this isnât a single dish place, you have to order 2-3 course and trust me itâs worth it and itâs not overpriced at all.I went for two courses, a starter and a main (Plus some lovely wine). You have to try the salmon. This is quite a simple review for me but if youâre in Bordeaux make sure you go here for dinner - You will not be disappointed!!All the team is very happy to read those lines ! Thank you so much and we hope to have the pleasure to welcome you another time ! The Nofa team
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