The Chefs' shacks

Enjoy local gastronomy through the new Bordeaux Wine Festival feature: the Chefs' Shacks. This initiative enriches the festival's gastronomic palette, promising a mosaic of tastes and techniques, from the scruffy foodtruck to the gastronomic experience!

The Bordeaux art of living!

The culinary excellence of Bordeaux and its region will be on display at the heart of the event. Renowned chefs from the metropolis, masters of sustainable, innovative and always joyful cuisine, join forces to sublimate local produce. A special area has been set aside for them to offer a unique tasting and dining experience.

Informations pratiques

  • 3 chefs every 2 days: 12 dishes to discover.
  • Quantities limited.
  • Opening times :
    • Lunch - 12:30 pm to 2 pm
    • Dinner - 7:30pm to 9pm

Program: the guest chefs

Six local chefs have been invited to the Festival. They'll each take up residence for two consecutive days, and each day they'll concoct an original dish for the day, fresh, seasonal and made from regional produce. These inventive gastronomic plates are to be enjoyed at lunchtime or in the evening. Please note that quantities are limited and tastings are not included in the Tasting Pass!


👨‍🍳 Marc-Antoine Chabaut | Chef at Mina (Bordeaux)

Portrait de chef

At Mina ("Mamie" in Corsican), chef Marc-Antoine Chabaut offers you anything but grandma's cooking! Come and discover his creative, tasty, generous and seasonal approach, with its pleasant Corsican touches. The attractive wine list completes the offering of this promising young downtown restaurant.
Mina - 4 rue du Hâ, Bordeaux

👩‍🍳 Rosie Maillard | Cheffe at the Maison Pavlov
(Le Bouscat)

Portrait de cheffe

It's in a dream setting, in the garden, by the pool or in this beautiful private mansion, that you can savor the cuisine of chef Rosie Maillard. She puts nature at the heart of her menu, using garden produce to fuel and inspire her cooking. A refined, gourmet bistronomic offering that respects the environment.
Maison Pavlov - 199 avenue de la Libération Charles de Gaulle, Le Bouscat

👨‍🍳 Vivien Durand | Chef at the Prince Noir* (Lormont)

Portrait de chef

At Le Prince Noir in Lormont, you can enjoy double-starred cuisine (a classic star as well as a green star rewarding the restaurant's environmental commitment), but it's not stuffy! For the past 10 years, the chef has been the ambassador of conscious, gourmet Southwestern cuisine.
Le Prince Noir - 1 Rue du Prince Noir, Lormont Gauta - 40 rue Traversanne, Bordeaux 


👩‍🍳 Barbara Michelon | Cheffe at Cocagne (Bordeaux)

Portrait de cheffe

Chef Barbara Michelon's cuisine at Cocagne is based on fresh, seasonal produce. Cocagne is a year-round HQ, with a warm and inviting dining room where you can enjoy a lunch menu that changes according to the produce available. In summer, its shaded terrace welcomes you for a delicious tapas aperitif.
Cocagne - 200 Rue Lecocq, Bordeaux Lauza - 5 Rue du Hâ, Bordeaux

👨‍🍳👨‍🍳 Martin Lafont & Jim Perrot Chefs at Panaille

Portrait de chef

After traveling the world, Manon Cazes, Jean-Marie Perrot and Martin Lafont have just set down their knives in the Tondu district of Bordeaux. In this friends' house, the trio promise a very plant-based, local and accessible cuisine in an explosive atmosphere. A pleasant address where you can enjoy a planted patio or a warm room "just like home".
Panaille - 137 rue du Tondu, Bordeaux 

👨‍🍳 Roman Winicki Chef at l'Atelier des Faures (Bordeaux)

Portrait de chef

At L'Atelier des Faures, chef Roman Winicki, recently crowned Nouvelle-Aquitaine Mayo Egg Champion, offers original, colorful cuisine that showcases the finest produce from the Capucins market and our region, while adding a modern touch of world cuisine. Two addresses, opposite the Palais de Justice or in rue des Menus in Saint-Michel, to discover the world of Chef Winicki.
L'Atelier des Faures - 15 rue des frères Bonie, Bordeaux Le Petit Atelier des Faures - 48 rue des Faures, Bordeaux

Logo Atout France

This Chefs' Shacks operation has been made possible thanks to the support of Atout France, as part of the response to the "Appel à Manifestation d’Intérêt " to showcase local gastronomy during the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.

Gastronomie à Bordeaux Fête le Vin - Vincent Bengold

The Festival's Gastronomic Village

Still hungry? No worries, Bordeaux Wine Festival also features a Gastronomic Village with various stands and foodtrucks! It's the perfect opportunity to sample the specialities of the Nouvelle-Aquitaine region.

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