La Tupina

Bordeaux

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La Tupina

Honouring the traditions and gastronomic products of the South-West of France, La Tupina is an institution in Bordeaux, and perhaps the city's most famous restaurant. Opened in 1968 by Jean-Pierre Xiradakis, it has not stopped receiving praises for the quality and finesse of its food, its wines as well as the perfection of its service. The decor is what a textbook French restaurant should look like, with its open fire and farmhouse feel.

Dining

Bordeaux's cuisine offers as many flavours as its wines, and they are a perfect match for each other. Marry your favourite red or white wine with one of the city's culinary specialities: lobster, oysters, Pauilla clam, Aquitaine beef, Entrecôte "à la Bordelaise", and the list goes on. If your mouth is not watering yet, step into one of the following restaurants and we guarantee it will.