Le Comptoir des Chats (Cat Cafe), Bordeaux

Le Comptoir des Chats (Cat Cafe), Bordeaux

Cat Cafe is a purr-fect spot for tourists who love food and felines. This cat cafe was the first of its kind in the city. It is a traditional teahouse with the extra benefit of having plenty of furry friends to keep patrons company as they dine.

Food offered at Cat Cafe include desserts and light, vegetarian meals. Buddha bowls are offered in different styles that may feature local cheeses, southwest-inspired ingredients or vegan bowls with hummus.

Visitors may also choose to try desserts at Cat Cafe. Chocolate mousse and panna cotta with strawberry coulis are mainstays at the teahouse.

The restaurant is located Rue Pierre de Coubertin near the Bordeaux Sports Palace. Visitors on a food tour may wish to stop by the Big Bell of Bordeaux, which is only a one minute walk from the restaurant. Thanks to its location in the center of Bordeaux, Cat Cafe is also near a number of historic buildings with interesting architecture. Tourists can enjoy food and drink while also taking time to admire their beautiful surroundings.

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Sight Name: Le Comptoir des Chats (Cat Cafe)
Sight Location: Bordeaux, France (See walking tours in Bordeaux)
Sight Type: Food/Drink
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