Open Hours: 8p-10p M, Noon-2p, 8p-10p Tu-F, 8p-10p Sa
Sophistication is the name of the game in this establishment, whose chef is considered one of the best in town. The originality and first-class ... More
Plaisirs d'Ausone (Les)
Sophistication is the name of the game in this establishment, whose chef is considered one of the best in town. The originality and first-class quality of his dishes have awarded him a place in the Gault-Millau guide (a reference guide for the best restaurants in France). The decor is simple and relaxing and the dishes are mainly regional; foie gras (Goose Liver Pâte) and fish from the Bay of Arcachon are all prepared in an unusual way and beautifully presented. The cellar is remarkable and the wine list includes vintages from Saint-Emilion and Pessac Leognan.
The couple that own it have a great wine store accross the street. We purchased a 1924 Duhart Milon, 1983 Maxim Grunhauser Trocken Auslese & 1994 LaVille Haut Brion. We brought these into the restaurant and had them with an excellent meal. It was during the release of the 2005 Bordeaux in barrel. A wonderful change from the tannic young wines we were tasting all day. Excellent place, packed with other trade colleagues from the UK and USA. Great food and the wines were hard to equal, highly recommended.
Built by Victor Louis between 1773 and 1780, the Grand Theâtre is considered as one of the most beautiful 18th
century buildings in Europe. Well known companies, such as the National Orchestra of Bordeaux Aquitaine, perform here, but the ...
This chain of half a dozen restaurants offers fruits and salads in several original combinations, based on 12 flavors from
smoked tarama, spiced chicken on a skewer, and avocado cream to tuna caviar, curried stonebass on a skewer, and ...
Located by the pier near the Palais des Festivals, Le Grand Cafe is one pleasant restaurant. If it's a beautiful
day, dine on the shady tables outside. The varied menu offers a wide variety of choices. Though the diner ...