Check out my two of my favorite places, and I promise you won't be disappointed!
Full disclosure: I am NOT paid nor GIVEN anything from these businesses, nor would I accept it. The exception? Hugs and kisses. THAT'S IT!
90% of my waking life is thinking about, wanting, getting, making, and eating food. I'm human, I need food to survive.
So, it is with great pleasure to share with you two of my favorite places in Bordeaux.
Le 9 ô Plat
This cozy and quaint little resto has been open for more than a year and in that time, I have NEVER had a bad meal here. NEVER. Ever.
Meet Sebastian and Matilde, the owners and operators of Le 9 ô Plat.
They treat and feed you better than family.
Make sure you make a reservation, the place is usually booked up for lunch and dinner, and enjoy! Tell them "Hello!!" from me.
KUNO, more like KUYES !
Ok, lame on the writing, but I couldn't help it, because YES, please go to Kuno.
Located between Grand Theatre and Notre Dame church, on rue Mautrec.
Go on in and order a coffee, eat a cookie, and get cozy.
Aurelie, the coffee Queen, whips up magic and serves you drinkable art.
I ordered the chai latte, something I haven't ordered for years, because I'm not in America. I went for it anyway, and I was not disappointed.
As soon as the scent of cinnamon tickled my nose, and while I slowly drank in the sweetness, delicateness, and frothiness, and I was transported. I was back in Las Vegas. For just that sweet moment, I was back home.
It was then that I declared my love for Queen Aurelie, Magic bean alchemist. Of course, I was more hillbilly than what I just wrote, it transpired thusly: OH MY GOD! GOOD! MMM, YES! (said while giving two thumbs up to the entire place.)
Listen, my fellow foodies, good food is just that: food that tastes good. Best believe a hillbilly, that's just a life rule!
Until next time, eat well, and take care of yourselves!
Pay a little friendly visit Matilde and Sebastien at Le 9 ô Plat, then Aurelie at Kuno!
Go on and visit them -- they'd love to spoil you, as they have spoiled me.
Bonjour et Bienvenue!
Thank you for stopping by for a spell!
I am a 40-something year old American woman. Born in Texas, raised in Las Vegas!
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