La Tupina

6 Rue Porte de la Monnaie

(33) 5 56 91 56 37

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Bordeaux's most famous bistro was opened in 1968 by Jean-Pierre Xiradakis (he was 23 at the time). Since then, the congenial spot has topped the must-eat lists of many, even having been named "best bistro in the world" by the International Herald Tribune, which means that these days it's frequented mostly by visiting foodies. However, the cuisine still delivers a wow for diners looking for robust southwestern cuisine. The sidewalk tables are stylishly separated by blue-colored planters while the interior is cozy and rustic. It may not be the must it once was, but La Tupina still rightfully holds a place in Bordeaux's culinary scene and makes for a good lunch or dinner option.

Written by Simone Girner

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