If you are a tea lover, you will have another reason to have a wonderful time in Bordeaux
. The city has many great tea rooms all around where you can take a break for a moment. Here are of some of the best tea rooms to visit during your holiday in Bordeaux
. Ready for tea time?
Salon de thé Any'Teas
Tea Room, Tea , $$$
Any’Teas is the perfect place for an afternoon tea in a quiet place, very close to Sainte Catherine
– Bordeaux’s busiest street. If you like black tea, order a “Manureva” and indulge in one of the tea room’s excellent hand-made patisseries.
Black tea/ © Igor Miske for Unsplash
Tea Room, Cafe, Bakery, Tea , $$$
Saint James street
is a busy street highly praised by both locals and tourists due to its trendy vibe and the Grosse Cloche (the Big Bell). But if you would like to enjoy a peaceful moment while tasting some great tea from all over the world and tasting delicious home-cooked pastries, go to Tamatebako
for an early morning breakfast. The staff is very kind and adds a feeling of serenity to this beautiful venue. Definitively worth a try!
A large choice of unique teas at Tamatebako/ © Jennifer Migan
Cafe, Restaurant, Tea , Contemporary, European, French, none
is a very famous place in Place du Parlement where Bordeaux locals love to come for brunch or an afternoon snack. Visit with your friends and try the wide selection of great patisseries in a vibrant environment.
Chez Karl/ © Jennifer Migan
Bakery, Cafe, Tea Room, Restaurant, Healthy, Tea , Northern European, Danish, Swedish, $$$
Welcome to Koeben, a Scandinavian heaven in the middle of Bordeaux – great for breakfast or lunch. It might get a little busy around lunch time, so it’s better to come in the morning. The owners are very helpful yet discreet at the same time and they really bring a sense of tranquility to the place. Try a Famor to go along with your tea, a home-made Danish cake filled with orange and caramelized almonds.
A large and original selection of tea at Koeben/ © Jennifer Migan
Cafe, Tea Room, Tea , $$$
Bradleys’s Books is an amazing place where you can grab some very original books and drink tea. While you’re there, order a scone or a home-cooked patisserie to make this moment even more enjoyable.
Bradley’s bookshop/© Jennifer Migan
Bakery, Tea Room, Restaurant, Contemporary, Healthy, Tea , Salad Bar, $$$
You’re sure to love Juliena
tea room – an incredible place in the middle of Les Chartrons
neighborhood (they also have another address on Poquelin street). Whether you’re coming for a quick lunch, a snack or a for a catch-up session with your friends, you will be delighted with the quality of the food, the tea and the super yummy patisseries. Everything is handmade and if you’re in Bordeaux for a while, ask about their cooking classes.
Welcome to Juliena Chartrons/ Courtesy Juliena Chartrons
Tea Room, Tea , $$$
It is hard to define l’Espace Temps
(the ‘Time Space’ in English), a very atypical venue located in Rue du Loup, a quiet street right in the heart of the city. The wide space can be used to host workshops on personal development, yoga sessions but there is one constant thing: you can stop by for a relaxing break and cup of tea anytime. For a moment, you will really get the impression that time is suspended.
Inside l’Espace Temps/ © Jennifer Migan