The Grand Hotel de Bordeaux relaunched its 19th-century brasserie last week with a new name, Le Bordeaux, and a visit from the mayor. Originally a townhouse owned by the local sacristan, Le Bordeaux dates to 1850 and has entertained Victor Hugo and Toulouse-Lautrec. The two-story structure looks out onto the Place de la Comédie.
Supervised by Michelin-starred Executive Chef Pascal Nibaudeau, chef Olivier Garnier oversees a menu that features rustic classics such as terrine of foie gras, wild rabbit pie and farm hen and black truffles. There is also a fully stocked oyster bar, as well as Grands Crus by the glass. A set menu includes a starter and main (or main and dessert) for 22 euros.
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