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Hôtel la Grande Maison de Bernard Magrez 10 rue Labottière, 33000
Bordeaux, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France
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Try French cuisine here. Come here for perfectly cooked caviar, amuse bouches and fish if you are hungry. Taste good parfait. When visiting this restaurant, it's a must to try delicious wine.

Most users point out that the crew is terrific. The fabulous service shows a high level of quality at La Grande Maison de Bernard Magrez. The divine decor and lovely atmosphere let visitors feel relaxed here. The two-star Michelin restaurant will serve you gourmet meals created by a famous chef.

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the menu was superb and the gastronomic experience outstanding . Unfortunately the propsed offer of wines to combine with the dishes was disapointing and not in accordance what is expected from such a restaurant
Fantastic location, professionel and personal service and of course wonderful food
Dinner at La Grande Maison was an absolutely amazing experience. Easily one of the best dinners I have ever had. To start things off, my wife and I walked up to the property and were greeted with metal plaques on the stone pillars of the gate with Bernard Magrez's name along with La Grande Maison's two Michelin stars. We then walked through the circle driveway and were instantly greeted by the doorman, welcoming us to La Grande Maison. He politely asked for the name on our reservation, and then relayed that information to the hostess via his headseat, so that when we walk through the door, our hostess can greet us as if we have met before. We hadn't even been seated yet, but the attention to detail and customer service was very impressive. After we were seated and were given the rundown by the various members of the dinner staff, we decided to order the 6 course tasting menu with wine pairings. Before even starting the first course however, we were treated to a whole spread of amuse-bouches, with the standout being a Vesper Martini in gelatin form, served over ice in a martini glass. We were then provided an incredible assortment of breads; mini baguette, brioche, and a unique seaweed bun. The 6 courses were all very good, but there were a few really outstanding courses. The first course was a bed of Aquitane caviar on top of a platform of foie gras, accompanied by a grey shrimp infusion on the side. This dish was ridiculous in it's richness, smoothness, and balance. The second course was asparagus with an herb crust and a morel mushroom sauce layered over the top. I had never had asparagus done in such an intricate way, and the mushroom sauce had a meaty and luxurious taste to it. I was surprised to see eel as the fourth course, but our waiter explained that the Sous Chef was from Japan and that this was his expression on a plate. I thought it was a very nice touch to take a bit of a risk and allow the Sous Chef to exercise his creativity. Also, the wine pairings were very good and our sommelier also explained a bit of history behind each selection. These details helped to enhance our experience that much more. To finish the dinner, the last course was the Grand Dessert, which was actually seven different small desserts. All of the desserts were very good, with some being unorthodox combinations; such as a maceration of strawberries and red bell pepper, topped with an orange sugar sheet. I also ordered a glass of A.E. Dor Cognac, which the sommelier helped guide me to. After we finished our meal, the staff assisted in getting us a taxi, and caringly saw us off. On the way back to the hotel, my wife and I could not stop talking about the amazing experience we just had. Definitely one of our best memories in Bordeaux.
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Hôtel la Grande Maison de Bernard Magrez 10 rue Labottière, Bordeaux, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France, 33000
Features
Сredit cards accepted No delivery Outdoor seating Wi-Fi No takeaway Parking Booking No TV
Opening hours
SundaySun Closed
MondayMon Closed
TuesdayTue Closed
WednesdayWed 12:00-15:00, 19:00-23:00
ThursdayThu 12:00-15:00, 19:00-23:00
FridayFri 12:00-15:00, 19:00-23:00
SaturdaySat 12:00-15:00, 19:00-23:00
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