Restaurant Bacchus resides in Odense central. Here you get French cuisine served with professional pride and, not least, great taste.
A bit of France in the middle of Odense
On Vestergade's promenade, there are several clothing stores, bookstores and parked bicycles, and it is easy to get a little hungry. Fortunately, you can fix this with a visit to Bacchus restaurant. Stephane Libourel, born in Condrieu, France, runs this restaurant. His French roots are expressed in several ways. Bacchus is all about taste – the taste of quality ingredients, the taste of the different seasons and, not least, the taste of authentic, French culinary art.
In 2017, restaurant Bacchus won the award as Bistro/Brasserie of the Year in Denmark. A big win for a restaurant that has only been open for a few years. It is a clear indicator of what you can experience at Bacchus.
Bacchus is the Roman name for the Greek wine god Dionysos. Therefore, not surprisingly, there is a big focus on great wine when eating at Bacchus. The wine list is distinctively French with emphasis on the Rhône valley, but it also features other European wine regions. No matter what, there is always a guarantee that what you are served is of the best quality. Like the Greek God, at Bacchus, you can relax, toast and celebrate in a cozy atmosphere.
On the menu, you will find, among other things, a variety of dishes that you do not normally find in the Danes' kitchen. A visit to the Bacchus restaurant is a unique opportunity to open your horizons to new culinary experiences. There are many things to try, such as frog legs, cheese souffle, marrow bones and Boeuf Bourguignon. A classic on the menu is Tournedos Rossini, a 250-gram beef tenderloin, fried foie gras, truffle sauce and garnish.
If you come by for lunch, they also have many regular dishes. For example, they offer a classic French salad Lyonnaise from Stephane's home region. In addition, you can see the lunch dish of the day on the restaurant's blackboard.