The meeting of a modern chef passionate about history and a historic site in perpetual modernization animates Lil'home.

The Twin Houses were built at the end of the 17th century for the merchant Hilaire Renu. They are the last example of gabled houses on the waterfront and their architecture is reminiscent of Flemish houses. Reflecting the preponderance of the Dutch and Flemish in the Bordeaux trade in the seventeenth century, façades and roofing were inscribed as historic monuments in 1990.

Focus on the chef’s culinary journey and vision.

Born in the Basque country, Louis Becan does not know his life without cooking. After obtaining his cooking diploma, the chef makes his ranges in the most famous establishments in France. After a start in the Prés d'Eugenie*** in the Landes, followed by an experiment in Saint-James * in Bouliac .

With a starred experience, he decides to embark on the great adventure of finding his culinary style.

By meeting for him his idols who work the land, he begins to develop for passion the simple transmission of local know-how of the southwest.

Its land, its territory, its inspirations produced and its environment of creation are well delimited by the Garonne, proud from its origins basco-gascon.

Louis takes pleasure in following the great codes of French gastronomy written by Monsieur Escoffier but he takes all the more to please to move them off the beaten tracks.