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// Snacks in Biarritz

 Feeling peckish? Fancy a quick bite to eat?
In Biarritz, there are lots of places offering fast food - like salads, pizzas, pancakes, sandwiches and burgers - in a relaxed ambiance.  Right next to the beach, you might even find « surf » on the menu.

CAB le Comptoir à Burger
Our burgers are prepare only with fresh products, we work for the delicatessen with the farm of locust trees on URT and for the cheese we let us provide ourselves to sylvain Aymé for the...
Patati Patata
Sandwiches and fresh salads are prepared at the very last moment. Located next to the Grande Plage beach.
Roche Plate (La)
In the Gardères street, a stone's throw from the Grande Plage is the Roche Plate snack bar. Come and discover dishes of superior quality / price! Enjoy American sandwiches, paninis, salads,...
Le Comptoir Japonais
Le Comptoir Japonais is located in the heart of the city in Espace Foch. We serve Japanese cuisine and other specialties from Asia. All our dishes are prepared on site and homemade. We have...
Débololo
Facing the ocean, savour our specialities in a little hut. The Débololo is also a tapas bar and it offers you salads, sandwiches and homemade sweet pies and savoury tarts. Concert nights.
Amuse Gueule (L')
Just at the entrance of Les Halles the Biarritz Market place,find yourself at the Amuse-gueule! A friendly place and a place of meetings and exchanges for all. Whether it's coffee, squeezed juice, a...
Bar du Polo
Fast food: low-cost menu, sandwiches, pizza, croques, quiches, salads ... In the heart of the Saint-Martin district, the oldest district of Biarritz is a small neighborhood establishment, meeting...
Le Coupe Faim
The appetite suppressant - Sandwich shop - BIARRITZ It is at the Hunger Cup in Biarritz that you can taste the best that can be done in terms of Churros! Based on a recipe they take from their elders...
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