Brasserie Maillard has been a Bordeaux institution for over 25 years. Located in the lively Chartrons district, the brasserie offers traditional French cuisine with a contemporary twist. The menu is inspired by quality local products and the seasons, and the wine list offers a selection of local and international wines.
Just a stone’s throw from the famous Place de la Bourse, discover Maillard, the brasserie of today with the flavors of yesteryear, where everyone finds the tastes and customs of the tables that made the reputation of French gastronomy.
Generous and traditional recipes, French and carefully selected products. Come and discover the know-how of our elders, magnified by the talent of our cooks. A mixture of pleasure and sharing, for the love of yesteryear.
17 rue Saint-Rémi
06 50 21 14 51
Facebook : @brasseriemaillard
Instagram : @brasseriemaillard
Site internet : www.maillard-brasserie.fr
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