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Michelin Star Restaurants in Bordeaux with a Map

Here is a list of the best Bordeaux restaurants awarded stars and other mentions by the MICHELIN Guide

I work as a wine tour guide in Bordeaux. My guests often ask me about the Michelin star gastronomic restaurants in our city.

I definitely advise you to make reservations ahead. 

Some restaurants may take a deposit at the time of booking.

It is important to check opening hours, as they vary a lot. On Sundays and Mondays, many restaurants in France will be closed. There are holidays in January and in August, when restaurants may close down for two or three weeks.  

Dinner in France usually starts at 7 pm.  If you are ready to eat earlier, join locals for an apéro in Bordeaux style. In my post I collected a few places to go for an apero in Bordeaux.

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59 rue du Palais-Gallien, Bordeaux, 33000

Phone: +33 5 56 52 62 12

25 – 69 EUR


“She hails from Brittany, he from Italy and their restaurant in Bordeaux is irresistible. The food of staggering precision seeks to enhance first-rate ingredients (langouste, spider crab, red tuna, pigeon) and delves freely into recipes of Italian inspiration. Fully deserving of its success.”.

Dinner: Tue-Sat

Lunch: Thu-Sat

Le Pressoir d’Argent – Gordon Ramsay

2 place de la Comédie, Bordeaux, 33000

Contact at +33 5 57 30 43 67

140 – 295 EUR

Modern Cuisine

“The restaurant’s name comes from the Christofle lobster press – an extremely rare piece – that presides over the dining area. Gordon Ramsay has devised an appetising menu that shows off the Aquitaine terroir and is perfectly executed by an Israeli chef. All of this is complemented by top – notch service.”

Dinner: Tue-Sat

La Table d’Hôtes – Le Quatrième Mur

2 place de la Comédie, Bordeaux, 33000

Phone: +33 5 56 02 49 70

 170 EUR


“Philippe Etchebest breaks with gourmet conventions and codes! A single table set for 12 overlooking the kitchen offers an insight into his culinary universe. Diners are invited to share a fixed, seven – course menu, devised around local, seasonal produce.”


5 rue Chauffour, Bordeaux, 33000

Phone: +33 5 57 53 28 06

45 – 75 EUR

Modern Cuisine

“The food is refreshingly pared down and creative (no more than three ingredients per recipe), simple and accessible, and concocted from the market produce available at the time. Victor Ostronzec is an ambitious chef, who even offers an ad hoc surprise menu for diners who feel like taking the plunge and leaving it all up to him.”

Dinner: Wed-Sun

Lunch: Sat-Sun

Le Pavillon des Boulevards

120 rue de la Croix-de-Seguey, Bordeaux, 33000

Phone: +33 05 56 81 51 02

35 – 140 EUR


“A chef and sommelier have partnered up to run this restaurant on the outskirts of the city centre. They propose dishes that are always creative, playing on associations of aromas and flavours, and accompanied by good regional wines.”

Dinner: Mon-Sat

Lunch: Mon-Sat

L’Oiseau Bleu

127 avenue Thiers, Bordeaux, 33000

Phone: +33 05 56 81 09 39

29 – 70 EUR

Modern Cuisine

“An alumnus of Les Sources de Caudalie presides over the kitchens of this Médoc house in the neighbourhood of La Bastide. His stunningly accurate cuisine is guided by the ingredients, and he remains faithful to the history of this place – by way of proof, the hay-steamed squab and the hot soufflé still feature on the menu. Quiet terrace on the garden side.”

Dinner: Tue-Sat

Lunch: Tue-Sat

Le Chapon Fin

5 rue Montesquieu, Bordeaux, 33000, France

Phone: +33 5 56 79 10 10

37 – 115 EUR

Modern Cuisine


“This local institution is a hit thanks to its rococo interior, created in 1901, and the delicacy of the food, now impeccably crafted by the establishment’s former second chef. The splendid wine cellar boasts nearly 250 wines by the glass!”

Dinner: Tue-Sat

Lunch: Tue-Sat



42-44 allées de Tourny, Bordeaux, 33000

Phone: +33 5 57 14 91 35

38 – 100 EUR


“Quanjude, a long-standing Beijing restaurant specialising in Peking duck, has opened its Bordeaux outpost with a clear objective: to celebrate Chinese cuisine in a gourmet vein (a rather rare undertaking in these parts), by using French techniques and ingredients to optimum effect. The result is fine and tasty, the dishes are crafted with precision: a success.”

Dinner: Tue-Sat

Lunch: Tue-Sat

Racines by Daniel Gallacher

59 rue Georges-Bonnac, Bordeaux, 33000

Phone: +33 5 56 98 43 08

23 – 52 EUR


“The name Racines evokes the Scottish roots of this self – taught chef. He can be relied upon to turn out inventive and brilliant dishes that spurn conventionality, and changes his menu every week according to produce to be had at the market. The food is dependably delicious and the restaurant is always full.”

Dinner: Tue-Sat

Lunch: Tue-Sat

Le Cent 33


139 rue du Jardin-Public, Bordeaux, 33000

35 – 63 EUR


“Fabien Beaufour has fine-tuned his concept down to every last detail, drawing on New York and others for inspiration: you compose your meal with several dishes in small portions, according to your preference and your budget. The flavours are intense, full of contrasts; the cooking is perfect and the seasonings are spot on. Top marks.”

Dinner: Tue-Sat

Lunch: Tue and Thu-Sat

Mets Mots

98 rue Fondaudège, Bordeaux, 33000

Phone: +33 05 57 83 38 24

22 – 58 EUR

Traditional Cuisine

“What is this restaurant’s winning formula? A place steeped in history (an old printing house), a trio of chefs who have worked for Pierre Gagnaire, well-presented market cuisine. Day after day, regular customers flock here, which is always a good sign. Flavours and conviviality: bravo.”

Dinner: Tue-Fri

Lunch: Mon-Fri

Enjoy your dining experiences in Bordeaux! 

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