Trois Frères Biltong made its first deliveries on a professional level 01 July 2016 following their DDPP inspection and a week of taking orders.
Following is a list of pubs, stores, and other locations where Trois Frères Biltong can be found in either individual packets for sale or served as is. (i.e. on the bar, tapas, or part of a meal)
Don't see your favorite bar, restaurant, or pub listed here? Let them know you want some biltong! Or send us a message and we'll get right on it.
11 Cours Jean Ballard
L'Unic offers Trois Frères Biltong freely, served as an appetizer at the bar. Feel free to walk in and ask for some.
Tell 'Mom' we say, 'Hi!'
2 Avenue de la Madrague de Montredon 13008 Marseille
Connelly's Corner offers Trois Frères Biltong in 50g bags sold behind the bar. Be sure to grab a pint and ask them for a bag whilst you enjoy some Authentic Irish conversation in the beautiful corner of Marseille, Connelly's Corner.
10, place de la Joliette
In the new and improved Joliette, you can find this chic and inviting wine cave. Go in, speak with the friendly service and have a glass of wine with some biltong. Cave la Joliette offers Trois Frères Biltong in individual packets and as an option with a glass of wine. Let us know your favorite pairing!
23 Quai de la Joliette
An awesome bar that has its own character like no other pub in Marseille. Take a break from the average bar on the corner or the bars that play the same pop music to go to this chill hangout with a beautiful view. Listen to some real music, grab a pint, and eat some biltong while meeting some fun people. 'Keep Calm and Follow the White Rabbit.'
7 Rue de la Paix Marcel Paul
Little Temple, the little brother of O'Malley's Irish Pub in Vieux Port, Marseille. Attracting anglophones, students, business men, and anybody walking by. Stop and tell Pierre and the rest of the staff we say, 'Kilkenny, Please!' And don't forget to grab a bag of biltong with it. Look forward to seeing you there.
103 Boulevard Notre Dame
La Bonne Epicerie is a super shop that takes pride in their organic and local products. So obviously they wanted a quality product such as Trois Frères Biltong made right here in Marseille at the their shop. We are excited to work with these guys and currently supply them with our usual 50g bags, but also in uncut sticks to be sliced on demand for you or bought as is. La Bonne Epicerie has the beef!
33 Rue d'Endoume
Do your shopping and grab a bite to eat at the same time at this corner market in the 7eme of Marseille. A short walk from Vieux Port and Catalan Beach, this is one place you want to make a stop and enjoy some of the finest Marseille has to offer. And don't forget to ask for some great tasting biltong with that glass of wine.
1 rue Marengo
This little Pop and Son restaurant is about quality and ambience. Whether in for a shot of rum or a nice brunch, you will enjoy it with the laid back and friendly staff. Marengo is now working on recipes with biltong, so check it out and see what magic they can bring to our biltong.
30-32 Place Notre Dame du Mont
Recently opened but no lack of experience. This place brings what you love from the big pubs and the nightclubs into one place. The owner and manager take pride in their customer satisfaction through quailty snacks and giving them more than just peanuts. Go in and tell Johan 'Hi', in French or English. ;)
9 Quai de Rive Neuve
What is there to say about O'Malley's that you do not already know? This place is legend in Marseille. It is where Trois Frères Biltong first went with their market study, and we are glad the new owner has signed on to our biltong now too. Now, whichever side of the street you choose in Viuex Port, you've got your biltong!
184 Rue Paradis
Burgers, Coffee, and now Biltong. You name it, they serve it. Whether a student passing by for lunch or a night out with the guys to watch the match. This is a place to be to enjoy the strong Marseille culture mixed with a bit of anglophone culture.
22 Rue Rastègue
Fromagerie Bellon could be considered a heritage site for the Provence. A young family maintaining traditional values; like his father before him, and his father before him, Charles-Henri went into the cheese business - a business as old as France herself. But don't just stop by for their homemade variety of cheeses, they also offer wine, beer, and biltong!
143 Rue Sainte
With her cave à bières at cours Julien a success, why not open a bar? And she did, under the same name and leadership, Vanessa has just created 'One of the most beautiful bar/restuarants in Marseille.'
A very classy, but laidback place to hang out, anybody will feel welcome, and feel happy with the beer and biltong available.