The Tchanqué, Bar of the Maison du Bassin, the not to be missed stop of the Cap
An exotically fragrant halt. A light breeze slides under the white sails of the bar of la Maison. It caresses the palms and oleanders which suddenly burst into flower evoking those of the frangipani plants. Comfortably installed in the leather armchairs of the "Tchanqué" you continue your journey to distant horizons...
A trip through our specialty colored amber rums accompanied by fritters and West Indian pudding. Unless your desire to escape brings you to get together around a Maracuja on a beach in Jamaica or closer to home around an iced Lillet, from theSouth-West. The Tchanqué is a little Floridita in Havana...
Remember, this cocktail bar frequented by Ernest Hemingway who had to hunt his devils with a Daiquiri.
A timeless decor, billiards, a collection of matured rums and Armagnac, Persian blinds, the long counter ... from which the silhouette of the author of The Old Man and the Sea appears to escape. In the evening enjoy a magical musical moment, voluptuously intoxicated by the aromas of vanilla, ginger, cinnamon, coconut and pineapple that distill into cocktails. The promise of a very special moment...
The specialties of the "Tchanqué"
Our little extras
• Tapas, made to measure cocktail
• Billiards, matured rums and Armagnac