Arcachon’s must-see restaurants

Arcachon’s softness is both visual and sensory. It passes through many gourmet addresses and restaurants to discover in the area. There is something to delight the taste buds of gourmets and lovers of local dishes.

Seafood restaurants, a must in Arcachon

Chez Pierre is a restaurant located by the sea. A must-see address in the city that offers delicious trays of seafood caught on the same day. The production comes from the schanded huts in the surrounding area. This gives it that greedy and fresh side.

Not far away, next to Thiers Pier, Grand Café Victoria also offers lunch or dinner with a view of the waterfront. The menu is varied and ranges from the traditional seafood platter to their linguines to clams.

The magic of these addresses, the view of the sea. A moment frozen in the time when holidaymakers take the time to live to the rhythm of the waves, for an unforgettable moment on all occasions. The calmness of the Basin brings to these meals soothing virtues and no one emerges indifferent.

Seafood is the stars of local restaurants.

For even more exotic meals, the SkiffClub is a perfect address. Located in a large lounge, the restaurant offers an original setting since three skiffs are above the dining tables. These are narrow boats halfway between a canoe and an oar. To enhance this atmosphere, canoe hats are on display as well as photographs of water races. A moment that makes you lose track of time. On the menu, a “blue” lobster in a crust or new garlic tourin.

Finally for a totally original setting, it is possible to enjoy a seafood platter while visiting the Arcachon Basin on board a pinasse. A typical boat trip from the Basin, during which sumptuous landscapes are to be discovered. The oyster history of the Basin is told while tasting the local production.

Seasonal products from local productions

In Arcachon, the sea is very close. It is therefore obvious that seafood products are locally produced. The Basin has many oyster huts which allow it to supply the restaurants with oysters.

The maps adapt according to the season, the products available and the desires of travelers. All homemade for a tasting of flavors like no other.

Each restaurant is committed to offering an exceptional culinary and gastronomic experience thanks to the décor such as the SkiffClub.

Local production is thus an important element of Arcachon’s gastronomy. Indeed, in addition to having many seafood productions, the New Aquitaine region stands out for its delicate wines and local products.

Coming to Arcachon for your summer holidays is both a delight for the eyes but also for the taste buds. In short, it is an unforgettable taste experience that is typical of the Arcachon Basin.