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An authentic and convivial table. Every day our chef prepares you a different menu and season: with the dishes of the day at 9 €: fresh fish and meat. We welcome you from Monday to Saturday for your lunches and dinners as well as Sunday from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm for the real chicken farmer Sunday and its many accompaniments (on-site or take-away)
$10 - $19
Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options
Lunch, Dinner, Drinks
Reservations, Television, Highchairs Available, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Wheelchair Accessible, Wine and Beer, Accepts Mastercard, Accepts Visa, Digital Payments, Free Wifi, Accepts Credit Cards, Table Service
We stopped by here for an early dinner after a long drive from St Malo. It was near our hotel and not in a very enticing area of the city but the welcome and the food could not have been better. Friendly staff and classic...More
We were recommended by Pascale at La Chartreuse, where we were staying, to come here. A great recommendation. My chipirons were excellent, as was Margaret's tartare. She had excellent haddock as a main and I had an entrecote bordelais, which was slightly disappointing, the steak...More
We stayed in Hotel Burdilaga for 3 nights.
Had 2 evening meals in old town which were pleasant,our taxi driver recommended this brasserie which by chance was 50 metres from our hotel.
We luckily got the last taken table.
This is Brasserie enjoyment...More
We had a very average meal and experience here, despite the good ratings. We ordered steak frites which was under-seasoned and under-cooked and prawns with risotto, which was fine but nothing special. Someone who I presume was the owner showed up and seemed mostly interested...More
That’s it, enough is enough, after tonight’s experience I am never going by Tripadvisors recommendations again! The bistro was empty when I arrived but I was early so no problem. I was shown 3 different blackboards, no explanation given. The choice of food may have...More
Lovely and lively restaurant with interesting menu as well as excellent service.I was a bit disappointed that they offered a Spanish (good) white wine instead of a local Bordeaux (which was mediocre but they could find^other good white Bordeaux!!!!).
Their razor clams are out of...More
You can spend a lot of money eating out in France, but you don't have to. La P'tite Brasserie is a wonderful example of a no-frills neighborhood restaurant, packed with locals, serving beautifully cooked classic bistro meals at reasonable prices. My wife and I shared...More
We chose P'tite for our our last meal in Bordeaux, based on Trip Advisor reviews and the fact it was open on Monday evening when many are closed. My sister and brother in law are always swayed by the look of a place and were...More
Great atmosphere with friendly staff which makes all the difference. Not set in the centre of the Old Town but really worth the extra 5 minute walk to it. All local tasty produce and cooked really well. Would certainly return. Well worth booking advance
We arrived late at our hotel and the guy at the desk suggested we tried La P'tite Brasserie. It was around 9:30 but they were very welcoming and the hake I had was superb. My husband, unusually for him, had a burger which he said...More