Tel.: (33)(5)56967178 (Reservations taken on answering machine)
Closed on Saturday lunches and Sundays.
Located away from the centre (useful for parking), a true bistrot.
Very originally decorated interior. Founded in 1993, it offers solid unpretentious food at extremely reasonable prices.
great wine list, all Bordeaux. Also a good selection of Champagnes.
Very warm welcome and smilin waiters. great for couples as well as for parties.
Recommended: salade de Ton (Tuna Sald), Boudin (Pork Blood sausage), Confit de canard (Duck Preserve), Terrine de laperau (Young Rabbit Terrine), Creme brulee, basque cheese and dark Cherry Jam.
Good Indian/Pakistani food, probably the best in town, in a frandly decorated locale.
Pakistani waiters. English spoken. Very busy place. Caters for parties as well.
Menus from 99FF to 179FF. A la Carte available. All the classics.
Address: 17, rue du Chateau, 24100, Bergerac
Located near the Dordogne river. Very quiet. Warm welcome. Great local wines.
Tomato Gaspacho, fresh cod with potatoes, locally matured cheese, apple and rhubarb crumble.
Address: rue d'Ossau prolongée, 65120, Luz Saint-Sauveur.
A very warm atnosphere in a restaurant where a whole village gathers around succulent viands and great pasta. Great welcome.
Address: 16, rue Louis Barthon, 64000, Pau
Closed Saturday lunch and Sundays, January 2nd~9th.
Raymond Cazaux prepares a delicious cuisine. You must try the sole with morels and the chocolate cake.
LA CONCHA (15~30 Euros)
LES TERRASSES DE BEAUMONT
Address: 1 km south by D2 Route. 33250 Pauillac.
Closed December 15th~January 31st
Probably the best table in the Medoc area.
Thierry Marx serves an eclectic cuisine to an international clientele:
Gelele de Poivron and Croustillant e Pecorine, Dos de Bar rissole au genievre et amandes, Cote de Veau en Cocotte avec dattes et ails confits, Foie gras chaud aux Peches confites.
The Sommelier, Mr. Hideya Ishizuka, a Japanese national from Hokkaido, reigns on a hundred Pauillac references wine list.
Open every day, 11:00~23:00. Closed on Sundays in winter.
Opened in 1988, a great restaurant cum wine bar in the middle of the very beautiful but touristic medieval city of Saint-Emilion famous for its great wines.
Otiginal decor inside with a very well-provided wine bar. Also features a few beers from neighbouring microbreweries.Wine by the glass or the bottle. English menu. English and Spanish spoken.
Short but very effective menu of local specialties:
My favourite are: Assiette de Charcuterie (varied Pork Meats) 9 Euros, Andouilette AAAA (Chitterling sausage) 12 Euros,.
Even features liquorous whites (great with pate or andouillette!)
Very friendly staff.
Address: 65120, Viscos.
A good restaurant located in this village at 825m altitude and looked after by Jean Semac and his wife Catherine. Fresh Salmon in Champagne, Foie gras with grapes, Mutton Civet, Croustade à l'armagnac.