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Bazas : Michelin's recommendations
The name may ring a bell on account of its famous beef, but the town has much more to offer and merits a proper visit. Redolent of history, the town has seen invaders come and go, and became the seat of a bishopric at a very early date. Its 13C-14C Cathedral of St Jean is built along the lines of the great Gothic churches of northern France; its only rival in the region is the Collegiate Church at Uzeste, last resting place of Pope Clement V.
49 pl. de la Cathédrale F - 33430 Bazas
This small restaurant honours tradition and regional specialities, such as bazadais beef and lamprey from Bordeaux. The setting is pleasant too: contemporary decor, pretty terrace on the ramparts and a friendly welcome.