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Restaurants in Bordeaux and surroundings
Bordeaux: France's wine capitalVisiting Bordeaux means visiting wine country. It's little wonder, given that there are more than 60 different local appellations (all of which should be consumed in moderation, of course!). However, visiting Bordeaux also means taking in lots of culture and history in an ancient city that has plenty of secrets to reveal, as well as many gourmet dining options. To give guests this all-important experience, the best restaurants in Bordeaux compete to serve the finest of the local area's famous specialties.
Restaurants with a view in BordeauxIn Bordeaux, there's no need to leave the city centre to enjoy high-quality regional dishes made with ingredients supplied by local producers. The city's top-end bistros certainly see to that! The ambiance is fun, and you're invited to share the experience with your fellow diners as you gaze out over the town's loveliest historical sites. When the weather is warm, you can savour lunch on a terrace or go to one of Bordeaux's beer bars or wine bars, in addition to the city's cocktail bars, to soak up the very special vibe you only get in the capital of France's Nouvelle-Aquitaine region. Even better, the Place de la Bourse, the Cité du Vin or the Château du Pape Clément wine-growing estate are all just a brisk walk away.
Bordeaux: top bistros and gourmet restaurantsYou need a good appetite if you want to sample some typical French cuisine with an official grand cru wine or a Sunday brunch in Bordeaux. Bistros and restaurants are the place to savour oysters from Arcachon Bay, Bordeaux-style lampreys, lamb pastries, sweet 'wishing-well' pastries and the all-important 'canelé' cakes. Nouvelle-Aquitaine's gastronomy is a delight any time of day, making it the perfect accompaniment to any holiday along the wine route.
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