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If you are a seafood lover, you will absolutely love this place. Bunch of different options. You can simply choose food from multiple options, get a glass of wine and eat with the river scene. It was amazing!
An amazing place to spend Sunday morning. We spent the morning shopping for dinner supplies and also getting breakfast. You can get baked goods, fresh oysters or even paella. Only thing missing is a great spot for coffee, but there is fresh juice and wine!
As recommended by our hotel, we took a nice leisurely stroll along the river to the Sunday market. The market stalls were filled with fresh seafood and produce, various prepared foods (roasted chicken, sausages, seafood paella, etc), meats, cheeses and pastries. Unfortunately, we only had...More
The long stretch of stalls along the Gironde are a treat for the eyes, stomach and palate. Even if you are staying in a hotel, there a buckets of strawberries, cheeses and charcuterie to take back to your room. Walk all the way to the...More
We were surprised at the diversity of precooked and cooking products available for purchase here. Along with the ready to eat there is a graet range of cheese, fruit and veg and of course oysters to eat or takeaway. All were very reasonably priced given...More
This market is literally one block from my daughter's home on Rue Borie! When we are visiting, I never miss going to this energetic farmer's market. My grand-daughters lead me to the stand selling crepes and we start out with some of those. Then we...More
We thought we would try a restaurant here for the views of the river. We pored over the menus displayed outside some of the restaurants and chose one - we wanted to come for lunch. After being seated and given the menu we discovered it...More
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The food market is open 7am to 1pm but some of the stallholders might wander in later and leave earlier. Other stalls, bric a brac and so on, stay open till about 4pm, and unless I'm mistaken, the stalls where you can eat... More
The food market is open 7am to 1pm but some of the stallholders might wander in later and leave earlier. Other stalls, bric a brac and so on, stay open till about 4pm, and unless I'm mistaken, the stalls where you can eat oysters etc. stay open after 1pm.