Belle Campagne, rustic and activist cuisine

Belle Campagne, rustic and activist cuisine

Only a stone's throw from the Garonne River in Bordeaux's old town, Belle Campagne bets on locavore cuisine.

This old townhouse of rustic appearance in the heart of Bordeaux's Saint-Pierre neighbourhood shelters the Belle Campagne restaurant. In a bucolic atmosphere, surrounded by grandmas' knick-knacks and complete with cuckoo clock, you will be ready for a totally local food adventure. No product was sourced beyond a 250-kilometre radius, so chocolate and spices are therefore proscribed. Only two exceptions to the rule: sugar and coffee. Black pepper is replaced by Espelette spicy pepper, and you will find tomatoes only on the summer menu. So, yes, everything comes from the Southwest of France, including all dishes on the seasonal menu, like preserved trout in beurre blanc, half duck breast roast or roast Rocamadour cheese with nut oil and crushed hazelnuts. A committed locavore experience that will leave a lasting impression.

Belle Campagne
15, rue des Bahutiers
33000 Bordeaux

+33 (0)9 73 61 28 68

Menu: around 28 EUR