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I haven’t been back here in nearly 10 years- I was nervous to go back, to smash my old happy memories, to betray my tastebuds!
But no the grand old dame is still rather wonderful. In a world where a good restaurant is deigned by...More
So our evening began well, attentive waiters at 7:30 pm when we arrived. A limited menu which was confused by one waiter declaring what was available and another saying not! Only one veal chop available at the beginning of service?
So my choice duck carpaccio...More
Date of visit: August 2019
PAULINE X, Gérant at La Tupina, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago
Madam, I am really sorry of your bad experience and of course the duck had to be deleted from the bill.
I am going to see with the manager what happenned.
We sincerly apologize and if you want to contact us directly to the restaurant...More
We loved La Tupina as so different from all the others in the town. We dined there twice and stayed opposite in Maison Fredon owned by same people. The mushroom special was fantastic as was the tomato salad. The prices weren’t cheap but we enjoyed...More
My meals lacked any color. My whole plate was brown. The potatoes are overhyped and pair better with the mushroom sauce than the actual meat did. Although the veal chop was flavorful, it was also a nightmare to cut with their non-serrated knives. it was...More
We have been looking forward to visiting this restaurant since watching Rick Steins programme a couple of years ago and we were not disappointed. It is completely unpretentious here, simply very good food and wine at prices that reflect the quality of produce offered. The...More
Interesting old house turned into a rustic restaurant. When we arrived we were not feeling like eating much so requested one main dish to share. The waitress told us it was not possible to order just one main. We pointed out that the menu said...More
Visited La Tupina for the first time having seen Rick Stein's long weekends. It was the hottest day ever in French history, so it was very quiet! We had the 3-course set lunch menu at €18. Radishes, tomatoes and pate as a complimentary start, followed...More
This is a frequently recommended restaurant. It seems to be well regarded by locals. I'm not sure why. It has been in the same location and operated by the same family through several generations. We found the staff welcoming and accommodating. The main attraction appears...More
Visited two days ago, have always wanted to go there since seeing on Rick Stein more than 10 years ago.
Ignore some of the nonsense reviews on here! It was by far the best quality meal we had in Bordeaux. Add to that the superb...More