Toulouse institution. This famous brewery promises a culinary journey of refinement, elegance and simplicity. Located at the corner of Capitol Square, the Grand Café de l'Opera enjoys a privileged position. This address has been able to recreate the typical atmosphere of the traditional Parisian brasseries. A few words about the context, first. The large circular zinc bar immediately gives a tone of elegant neo-retro decor. The walls painted in shades of sand, are adorned with mirrors that give depth to the piece. The seats are leather and the pictures of the artists who visited the facility say a lot about his reputation. But this place has an advantage of extra charm: a beautiful garden terrace in a courtyard, away from the bustle of the square. What good food taste Southwest in privacy. Decorated with daily suggestions according to the market the day, the card is full of surprises among the products of seasons. Only master on board, the chief Gratien Castro offers a fine selection of seafood and fresh fish (oysters Gillardeau, St Peter, sea bream) and an anthology of traditional dishes. Customers recommend including sausage, garlic mayonnaise or calf's head, described by some as the best of Toulouse. Or regional specialties like cassoulet, confit, duck breast, veal chop of the Comminges and the beautiful side of beef. The meal is accompanied by a panel of prestigious wines, from classic vintages of the region of exception. Open daily for lunch and dinner, the restaurant offers a warm welcome. The fruit of collaboration between a rider and a personal chef who oversees the grain, sometimes with his own suggestions of the day. Brasserie de l'Opera is the ideal venue for birthdays, business lunches or seminars. As such it offers special menus for groups and a private room for up to 50 people.