Established in 1927, the Brasserie Capoul crossed the decades without ever losing its authencity. Woodwork, parquet, leather sofas, lamps and felted atmosphere make you do a leap in the heart of the 30’s.Take place in this cozy and animated environment worthy of the biggest Parisian Brasseries.
You will be welcomed by Jean-Roch Bournadet the manager and his team. In your small care they will show themselves available and will meet your needs even before you pronounce a word! Well being and friendliness will be at the appointment.
In the kitchen, our Chef Samuel Benne sets the tone. His brigade, rigorous and fascinated accompanies him in the preparation of gourmet dishes with a local accent. From seasonal and quality products, resulting from local producers, the team simmers typical home style cooking that will make your papillae shiver. Allow yourself to be charmed by our veal sweetbreads or by our suggestion of meats varied by the rhythm of local arrivals.
It is due to the most recognized Toulousian Tenor, Victor Capoul, that we owe the creation of the Brasserie Capoul. Built simultaneously with the hotel, it was at first a place of welcome and accommodation for passing travelers and gradually asserted itself as an institution in the Toulousian landscape.
Inescapable at tea time for the ladies in the 1970’s, the Capoul received all the Toulousian cream: lawyers, artists, business men, all crowded in 13, place Wilson to take possession of one of the 130 precious sesames in the time of a meal. A place full of history and poetry!!