Tratra – A place to drink and eat for everyone
‘Tratra must be a place where everybody feels good, a place where sharing is primary, a place where as long as the light is on you can drink and eat.’ – Stéphane Reynaud.
The new wine bar, restaurant and private dining room from best-selling food writer Stéphane Reynaud (Ripailles, Pork & Sons & Terrine) officially opened its doors at Boundary on Wednesday 10 May. To make a booking, please click here, or just walk in – everybody is welcome.
Tratra, a French colloquial term meaning ‘traditional with a modern twist’, is Stéphane’s first restaurant outside Paris. James Warburton, latterly Stéphane’s Head Chef in Paris, will be heading up the kitchen at Tratra. The menu is inspired by the Ardeche region in South East France where Stephane grew up and his cookery tends to place an emphasis on meat and charcuterie.
‘I want Tratra to be a jolly and welcoming place. A place where people can come in for a glass of wine and a shared plate of charcuterie, or settle in for lunch or dinner’ – Stéphane Reynaud.
Tratra is a place for all generations, a place to share, a place people can come and have a glass of wine and a plate of charcuterie, but then also stay for dinner.
Monday to Wednesday, 6pm – 11:30pm
Thursday to Saturday, 6pm – 1am late bar
Come for drinks or something more, make a booking or just walk in, everybody is welcome.
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