Bouchon Bistro Beverly Hills, Chef Thomas Keller‘s Los Angeles outpost, augments the restaurant’s highly-regarded classic French fare with a new fall menu. Alongside such Gallic mainstays as steak frites, fruits de mer, French onion soup, and more, Bouchon Bistro Beverly Hills introduces weekly Sunday suppers — low-key family-style perfect for sharing with friends or relatives.
Bouchon Bistro Beverly Hills also features a monthly fried chicken night, and diners can look forward to feasting on comfort food entrees of BBQ ribs, fish & chips, and pot roast at this culinary hot spot.
Bouchon Bistro Beverly Hills, as its name suggests, is dedicated to French country cooking. This is not haute cuisine — small portions in an architectural arrangement on a plate. Rather, Bouchon’s dishes draw from the bounty of the land, making use of chicken, beef, lamb, duck, pork, seafood, and more combined with harvest favorites.
Bouchon Bistro Beverly Hills favorites include Poulet Roti, a combination of roast chicken, red wine-poached pears, and Swiss chard with chicken jus; Croque Madam, a French take on grilled cheese featuring brioche, a fried egg, and sauce Mornay; and Steak Frites, the beloved balance of pan-seared prime flatiron steak, caramelized shallots, and maitre d’hotel butter, accompanied by French fries.
Bouchon Bistro Beverly Hills is sure to satisfy more adventurous eaters or diners looking for a change of pace too. Moelle Roti — roasted bone marrow with garlic, parsley, shallots, sherry vinegar, and grilled French country bread — will please Parisian palates, as will the Esturgeon Confit, a dish highlighting Columbia River sturgeon in a confit preparation, accompanied by manila clams, sweet corn, piquillo peppers, celery and chowder sauce. Finally, no French restaurant menu would be complete without Escargots a la Bourguignonne, or Burgundy snails braised in red wine with garlic butter and Bouchon Bakery puff pastry.
Diners seeking lighter fare can dig into a guilt-free salad, from a simple preparation of Bibb lettuce and garden herbs with house vinaigrette to salade de cresson et d’endives au Roquefort, pommes, et noix — in English, watercress and endive salad with Roquefort, Fuji apples, and toasted walnuts with walnut vinaigrette — to salad d’orge, a mix of toasted pearl barley, young artichokes, kale, pickled pearl onions, lemon supremes, pine nuts with currants and barigoule emulsion.
If that isn’t enough, Bouchon also offers a wide range of Fruits de Mer: oysters, mussels, shrimp, lobster, clams, and crab, both a la carte and in combination plates. California sterling white sturgeon caviar is available as well.
Round out your meal at Bouchon Bistro with hand-selected cheeses, luscious side dishes, and decadent desserts. I dare you to say no to Bouchon’s Profiteroles, Crème Bbrulee, and Lemon Tarts.
French countryside classics and American down-home favorites now share one address: Bouchon Bistro Beverly Hills. No matter which heritage you opt for, have confidence in knowing good food and stellar service await.
To see all the offereings, click here for Bouchon Bistro’s menu…
235 North Canon Drive, Beverly Hills, CA 90210 310.271.9910