Where locals go: Bordeaux

The city of Bordeaux is home to one of Europe’s top interior and food stylists. Here Elodie Rambaud shares her favourite spots.

By Elodie Rambaud



Café Eriu

Great coffee shop, where everything is house-made.

119 Rue Fondaudège



An elegant little bistro, featuring food from Southern France.

5 Rue du Hâ


Les Chantiers de la Garonne

Sit outside on sandy soil by the Garonne river to eat fresh oysters.
21 Quai de Queyrie


Le Cent 33

Modern French cuisine all about sharing, great wines and service.

133 Rue du Jardin public


Maison Joumana

Lebanese cuisine cooked at a private home for groups of six.

Maison Lamour

Viennoiseries, and pâtisseries, plus voted best bakery in France.

157 Rue Judaïque


Micheline et Paulette

A tiny bakery with pretty and delicious pâtisseries.

21 Rue Notre Dame



Le Cent 33 (top) and Fumette Cap Ferret.



Natural wine, traditional food - the brioche perdue au caramel (with vinaigre de vieux banyuls) is a must.

35 Rue du Cancera

Raisin et Copains

A wine cellar of artisan-winemakers, supporters of peasant wine, terroirs of France and elsewhere.

2 Rue de la Croix-de-Seguey



A selection of wines at Soif (top). Inside Darwin Écosystème.


Bouche Bordeaux

A butcher with meat from local farms, such as Montbéliarde.

117 bis Cours Victor Hugo

Fumette Cap Ferret

Smoked wild fish that is sustainably caught.
13 Avenue du Grand Crohot


Coutume Studio
A beautiful space and great fashionable pieces.

46 Rue Lafaurie de Monbadon

Éditions Vétiver

Great selection of products designed in Morocco. 
27 Rue Gaspard Philippe


Darwin Écosystème

A coffee roaster, outdoor space and shops with a skate park.
87 Quai des Queyries

Words By Elodie Rambaud. Main shot of Bordeaux by Zdenek Klein, Unsplash. All other images from Instagram.

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