Biarritz restaurants

Top Choice Bakery in Biarritz

Le Moulin de Bassilour

This rustic bakery in a hidden vale 8km south of Biarritz is set in a historic mill that still grinds the flour using the stream that runs beneath the kitchen. From this, the bakery makes delicious, authentic gâteau…
Top Choice French in Biarritz

Restaurant Le Pim'pi

A small and resolutely old-fashioned place unfazed by all the razzamatazz around it. The daily specials are chalked up on a blackboard – most are of the classic French bistro style but are produced with such unusual…
Steak in Biarritz


Tucked back in a tiny alley near the central market, this convivial steakhouse has a few small tables and an open kitchen with the grill on show as the friendly brothers cook up your evening meal. The meat menu is s…
Market in Biarritz

Les Halles

Biarritz' lovely covered market is the place to come for picnic ingredients.
Seafood in Biarritz

Chez Albert

If you want your fish fresh off the boat, then this venerable place down by the old port is just the ticket – you can literally watch the catch being landed straight off the quay here. As you'd expect, the majestic …
Cafe in Biarritz

Milwaukee Café

A little dose of American deli culture is on offer here: burgers, salads, smoothies and health shakes, followed up by delicious cupcakes and proper barista-made coffees. It's light, fresh and bright inside, and popu…
Basque in Biarritz


This is one of those places, hidden down an alley and in a cave-like building, that's so discreet that only a local could have pointed it out to you. Despite the less-than-obvious look to the place, it has a solid r…
Tapas in Biarritz

Le Comptoir du Foie Gras

This quirky place morphs from a shop selling jars of foie gras in the day to a tapas bar in the evening. Needless to say the tapas are foie gras–heavy, but it also has more vegetarian-suitable options. It’s so small…
Basque in Biarritz

Le Clos Basque

One of Biarritz' more traditional tables, with a sweet front patio sheltered by climbing plants and an awning. The menu is proudly Basque, so expect classic dishes such as axoa (mashed veal, onions and tomatoes spic…
Tapas in Biarritz

Bar Jean

One of the oldest tapas venues in town (in business since the '30s), Bar Jean is traditional and full of atmosphere – from the flamenco soundtrack to the Andalucian murals. Try the calamari rings wrapped around a st…