The Bidule: The new king of gourmet restaurants in Bordeaux | Food & Drink

This new high-end bar-restaurant of dishes to share opened on May 24 just a few steps from the famous tortoise. Its founder, A.Antoine Champel, arrives straight from Paris with heavy luggage in the world of catering. With a sharp expertise and an entrepreneurial spirit, he embarked on the adventure of exceptional tapas in Bordeaux.

Its bar-restaurant (formerly occupied by the Fanfan) stands out in the student district which is slowly undergoing a facelift. Yet he sees in the rue de Candale enormous potential and almost a future bobo identity.

The Bidule – Louis Maniquet

A UFO at Victory

The first of its kind in the neighborhood, The Bidule offers the delicious concept of exceptional dishes that are shared on the table. On site, the idea is to peck together. Tthinly sliced ​​beef ataki, soy-glazed vegetables, old-fashioned tomatoes with feta and pesto, truffle croque with country bread, Comté bechamelle, salad with garlic and Italian spices, ceviche with java pepper , gravlax, prime rib for 2, beef tartare, vegetarian sandwiches… The menu is of rare quality and all the products are fresh. Namely that everything, absolutely everything, is homemade. Evidenced by the lack of freezers in the kitchen at the back. The price of these dishes to share fluctuates between 5€ and 11€.

The Bidule – Louis Maniquet

Daily Happy Hour and Sunday Brunch

In terms of prices, the chef offers a lunch formula at 11€ (14€ with dish of the day, dessert and coffee) and a Happy Hour every day from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. which includes a charcuterie board at €10 and pints of beer at €5. Cocktail lovers can opt for the aperitif spritz or the maujito spritz at 5€.

The highlight of the show is the Sunday brunch served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at €21 with hot drinks, organic fruit juice, savory pancake bacon-ham cream with chives – homemade parsley or sweetened butter – maple syrup and fresh fruit), avocado toast (homemade tsatsiki and salmon gravlax) or charcuterie/cheese platters – breakfast bowl and a dessert of the day. With a singular concept, a card that gives pride of place to audacity and polished decoration, The Bidule has all the cards in hand to differentiate itself. Well-deserved popularity!

The Bidule – Louis Maniquet

The Bidule
11 rue de Candale, 33000 Bordeaux
05 56 89 90 79
Open Tuesday to Saturday from 12 p.m. to 3 p.m. and from 6 p.m. to midnight

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