De Part et d’Autre Pey Berland, restaurant by day, secret bar by night

Take rue Bouffard on one side and rue Montbazon on the other. A neighborhood brasserie ideally located in the middle. Add bistro tables upstairs on one side and a hidden bar in the rum cellar on the other. Mix it up with a traditional Bordeaux brasserie on the one hand and a few Creole touches on the other. Either way you get it.

This new address in the Pay Berland district is above all a story of two friends. A story that begins on both sides of the Atlantic. On the one hand, Sebastien, the son of a restaurateur, immersed in a friendly and crazy catering environment since childhood without ever having worked there. Bertrand, on the other hand, is a restaurant manager by training, to his credit by running the famous Lili’s in Martinique. Bouffard Café no longer exists, and seeing the opening of a café was enough to create a spark for the two friends to unite. a hybrid restaurant on one side and a bar and rum cellar on the other.

Brasserie fresh and traditional cuisine with a Creole touch

Size doesn’t matter in the kitchen. To see it, it is enough to pass in front of Bouffard No. 64 at noon. 70 m² on the upper floor, a a real ballet of neat dishes on the one hand, customers in a hurry, on the other hand, those who settle down and leave at the pace set by the lunch break. Visually irresistible trout gravlax, the invincible croques-monsieur truffle ham chiffon rollscrazy shells with coconut milk-curry, beef Aveyronise or oyster mushroom steak, recipes take center stage on the week’s menu, dance, then give way to the following.

The Creole food lovers they will not be able to hide their joy some typical flavors he added delicately by the chief traditional Bordeaux brasserie dishes. Pierre, a self-taught chef, is passionate and doesn’t shy away from a challenge. He even spends hours working on his mimosa millefeuil recipe. Formula varies between 19€ and 23€ depending on whether you choose the starter-dessert trio. A true neighborhood diner, the colors in the elegant decoration are reminiscent of the Atlantic on one side and the sand on the other. Who can imagine what happens when you dare to go down the stairs after dark?

Bordeaux: Secret bar and rum cellar by night

we enter a intimate secret bar where it sits in the center a large oak bar specially designed. This basement center provides this a blend of flavors in glasses on the one hand, and on the other, a mixture of people around. “With more guests than the corner bar would allow, we a friendly atmosphere where everyone can see each other on both sides of the bar let’s get to know each other easily,” says Sebastien. And it’s a lucky bet. How can you not see who’s holding the room when every move involves circling the bar? How can you not smile when you accidentally spill your drink on your neighbor across the bar?

We will nest in the corners for a more comfortable fit soft benches and soft chairs, under backlit shelves. These allow you to appreciate the elegant collection bottles of rum From Baie des Trésors and Beloved. A complete program.
After your mood is warmed by a Grande Traversée, a skimmed milkshake, or even a gourmet Nuance d’Anthocyane with rum and fruit, you won’t be able to resist immortalizing yourself in the large brass mirror. from the wall..

Cocktails and atmosphere under the stone vault

And under the blonde stone vault that surrounds this night space, a quiet and sometimes lively atmosphere prevails. Once or twice a weekthe venue will host performers on a theme afro house. Drums, saxophone, vocals, the artists will fill the space with their vibrations to increase the pleasure of the tasting. TOP

Also check out Le Bec Fin, the funny bird and Merignac’s especially new gastronomic rooftop.

Hidden restaurant and bar

Bordeaux on both sides

64 rue Bouffard, Bordeaux
Tuesday-Saturday 9:00am to 1:30am (Tuesday 6:00pm)
07 69 96 05 61
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