Very nice meal for a very reasonable price. Uby as aperitif, foie gras a bit dry, daube canard very nourishing and cheese very much ok. And a nice Pessac-Leognan. Nothing spectacular, but good value for money.
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This restaurant was recommended to us by our landlady as somewhere for good home cooking in the French style. It doesn't disappoint. Friendly attentive staff, very good food and a warm atmosphere. I was slightly concerned by the poor review mentioning flies and yes we...More
This is a restaurant on the main Rue St Remi. Looks very traditional with the rustic appearance and layout. The service was good, we were only two of us but placed on a long table, separated by two large vases, so still quite private for...More
The worst experience of my life!!!! Long story short we couldn't finish our quite expensive dinner menu because we were surrounded by flies. When we approached the very rude waiter to make him understand that with 50 flies hovering over our heads and plates it...More
There is an overwhelming choice of restaurants in this area and we were happy to have chosen this friendly bistro. Interesting food
We enjoyed an excellent dinner with some very good local wine. Fantastic atmosphere in this quirky bistro with many small artefacts and curios decorating the walls. Definitely worth a return visit when next in Bordeaux.
if you want an authentic French meal at a reasonable price,in a typically French restaurant.Served by vert friendly staff,Then do come here.You won't be disappointed.
Came here for lunch. Just called in. They did ask if we had a reservation (which we didn't) and that didn't seem to be a problem! We had the 'fixed price' 3 course lunch which I thought was very reasonable with several good choices. My...More