At Maison Claude Darroze, founded in 1974 but with roots tracing back to the late 19th century, tradition runs deep. Today, four generations later, Maison Claude Darroze continues the family legacy in a historic coaching inn in Langon.

The restaurant’s ambiance exudes a sense of history, with charming stone walls, shaded by two centuries-old plane trees on the terrace, and elegant pendant chandeliers. Alongside this, Maison Claude Darroze offers refined cuisine, boasting a wine cellar with 500 labels, an exceptional cheese selection curated by Laurent Charron, and, most importantly, a warm welcome.

Under the stewardship of new chef Mathis Jonquet, the restaurant maintains its traditional roots while infusing a touch of minimalism. Jonquet’s classic dishes pay homage to Southwest France and are complemented by a vast selection of Bordeaux wines (600 labels).

The menu showcases seasonal produce with finesse, featuring dishes such as black radish cannelloni with crab, shellfish mayonnaise, and lamprey à la bordelaise. These signature offerings can be enjoyed in the modern interior or on the terrace during the summer months, nestled under the shade of plane trees.

Facilities & Services
  • Air conditioning
  • Car park
  • Interesting wine list
  • Terrace

The journey from Parc St Vincent to Maison Claude Darroze takes around 50 minutes by car.