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It is in the city center, in Place du Parlement. We ordered cassoulet and foie. Portions are not very big, but tasty to be honest. It is usually crowded. Can be a good option if you are near by the city center.
Very good food at very reasonable prices. The staff is helpful and speaks good english. The place itself is stylish and we had a very good experience. Only negative note is that is a bit crowded as they tried to put too many tables
The restaurant is so beautiful and cozy, with like a vintage style. Loved that! The food was also very good, the Parmantier de Confit de Canard was out of this world, same for the Croque Monsieur Landais. The only thing that we didn’t love, was...More
All 7 of us had lunch here having all different meals, all were very good. There’s an upstairs part so plenty of room. Its a very quirky place as you can see in the photos. Reasonable price and service was ok for a busy time.
This place is classically French, mismatching furniture and lighting, the walls covered with pictures and photos, and quirky plumbing. The food is exceptional and the welcome warm. Highly recommended for a light(ish) lunch.
I had potato with bacon and cheese served with lettuce in a balsamic dressing which was really tasty but it was served on a plate with 5 old chips round the edge which let it down. I then ordered chocolate fondant and I got chocolate...More
We stopped here for lunch and to escape the heat of the day while visiting Bordeaux. The restaurant was quirky and the menu was a modern take on a some French classic dishes. I had the traditional Croque Monsier which did have a LOT of...More
Our hotel suggested this place when we said we wanted something different, lively, and casual. They made the booking for us, and we're glad they did because it was a popular place! We shared a couple of great bottles of wine, some charcuterie, and we...More