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For a postmodern vibe and cool French tunes, pop into Café Pop or Café Populaire as it's formally known. They serve good food and drinks...
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La Tupina information
Lonely Planet review
Filled with the aroma of soup simmering inside an old tupina ('kettle' in Basque) over an open fire, this white-tableclothed place is feted far and wide for its seasonal southwestern French specialities such as a minicasserole of foie gras and eggs, milk-fed lamb or goose wings with potatoes and parsley. An €18 lunch menu is available on weekdays. La Tupina is a 10-minute walk upriver from the city centre and on a small side street. Any local can point you in the right direction.