The French city of Bordeaux will be well-known among wine lovers and no trip to this charming destination is complete without taking the time to enjoy the great food and drink that is available. Indeed, gastronomy forms a very important part of the city's identity and there are restaurants here that cater for an amazingly expansive range of tastes. So, for instance, whether you're looking to enjoy traditional French cuisine, or an Asian, African or Arabian dish, you won't be disappointed by what the destination has to offer. Among the best of these is Café du Port, which offers some amazing views as well as a top dining experience. The chef here is the famed Phillipe Techoire, who is noted for producing some great meat dishes that will have you licking your lips. Alternatively, you could head to Fernand, which is equally great for lunch and dinner. This bistro restaurant is found in the old Bordeaux and is decorated appropriately, providing a delightful background to your meal. And what about if you fancy enjoying a drop of something with your food? Well, you won't be let down on this front either, as this city rivals any other on earth when it comes to wine. Bordeaux is lively at all times of the day and you will often see locals sat in restaurants enjoying their favourite tipple. So, regardless of whether you fancy indulging your tastebuds during meal time or on a night out, you'll have plenty of opportunity to do so. It would, in fact, be remiss to visit this fascinating city without sampling some of its famed wine. And with so many restaurants, bars and cafes to choose from, you'll have ample scope to do that. The city really is a paradise for ardent foodies - so enjoy it for yourself.
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