Le Petit Commerce, is a restaurant not to be missed in Bordeaux for more than 30 years. Nestled in the charming district of Saint-Pierre, the establishment is a true place of conviviality and greed. The cuisine is an ode to Bordeaux’s gastronomy, highlighting the region’s fresh and seasonal products. The dishes, concocted with passion by the chef, are tasty and generous, and accompanied by a fine selection of local wines.
In the heart of the Saint-Pierre district, between the Place de la Bourse, the Place du Parlement and the Place Saint-Pierre, Le Petit Commerce welcomes you on the terrace or in one of its two rooms overlooking a lively pedestrian street. You will enjoy seafood, oysters or grilled fish directly from the Arcachon fish auction. The menu evolves regularly according to the seasonality and availability of local products. Meat and vegetable lovers will also find their happiness in this restaurant with its retro decoration and friendly atmosphere.
22 et 19 rue Parlement Saint-Pierre
05 56 79 76 58
Instagram : @lepetitcommercebdx
Facebook : @LePetitCommerceBDX
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