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Lundi 18:00 - 02:00
Mardi 18:00 - 02:00
Mercredi 18:00 - 02:00
Jeudi 18:00 - 02:00
Vendredi 18:00 - 02:00
Samedi 18:00 - 02:00
Dimanche 18:00 - 00:00
We'll arrived in this place as we ahev seen it from inside the tramway that is passing in front. Only few tables, but we had a nice place outside. The dishes are good, traditionnal French. We had cheese to start and than I got chicken stew (cassoulet de poulet) and my friend had a typical French dish with duck.
Following the opinions of those who have commented around here, we went to visit this place, it is as they say, the waiters are very nice and something crazy, speak Spanish quite well, so the language is not problem here.They treated us very well, and the food was excellent, the ratio quality price totally fair.Little pointed, the green pepper is very hot, but it was all good.
come with carnivorous friends, the meat is the specialty of the house: 250g of beef chopped go/return with several variants. My friends' verdict: the meat is good, fresh but the dish is too rich.For me I chose the vegetarian dish, the tgv: a smoked tofu steak and grilled peppers served with a mushroom sauce and fries. We are very far from the vegetarian classics and it's so much better, it was a real delight that would blur more than one viandard!the frame is certainly rustic, but the food and the waiters are worth the detour.
thanks to tripadvisor we discovered this little restaurant that doesn't pay for a mine don't hesitate to come back! We have been conquered by this positive energy that emanates from it . servers and the boss are extremely friendly . I took a magret served with good fries home my son and my companion took the chopped steaks (250grs) per person with a sauce to choose: it is their specialty 13 euros per person and 9 euros for the magret . bravo ! the Bretons we are coming back
Nous ne sommes passé que pour boire un verre, mais je n'y retournerai pas pour autre chose. Quelques personnes au bar (la famille apparemment) et c'est tout. Et nous étions un samedi soir. Avec en plus un gros problème de remontée d'odeurs d'égouts très désagréable. Les écrans TV installés étaient branché sur TF1... Beaucoup de choses à améliorer !!!
My freinds and I went there for a Friday girls night and we enjoyed a lot! We liked the ston wall inside the restaurant which is warm and nice. The service was quite well too. Since the chef or the suos-chef is a Japonais women so you can find many interesting combinations on the menu, such as sisho, red curry tataki.... and the dishes were delicious. Even more, the desserts were outstanding. On might think you can easily have a decent dessert in any restaurants in Bordeaux since afterall we are in France, the most well known country of pâtissierie, but it's not true. Anyway we were all very satisified by the desserts of this restanuant (we ordered café gourmand). The only thing we did not like is one of the starters " Crispy gambas " which was not crispy enough and the chesse inside the rolls was too stong which covered the flavor of gambas.