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Bouchon - Review with pics

Discussion in 'Restaurants & Buffets' started by jENBEAU, Nov 4, 2016.

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  1. jENBEAU

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    Hi guys,

    Went to Bouchon a few times in the past years and thought I'd share some pics and some impressions. We were there for brunch pretty much every time.

    As you see, we had simple food. I had moules and frites (mussels and fries) and there were very tasty, the broth was incredible for dipping.

    The smoked salmon was cut too thick for my taste but it was non gooey quality fish! The drinks were very tasty but pricey.

    The only thing about Bouchon is that I am cursed and we always get the same surly and SLOW waitress. It was brunch and we were there for 1.5 hours which is WAY too long in mind. But I do recommend it for the food!
     

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  2. Richard Alpert

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    So you had lots of time to appreciate the ambiance! :feedme: Eggs-cellent thoughts!

    Thanks for sharing!
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    I want to eat those fries.
     
  4. thecarve

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    Love Bouchon! Thanks for the pics. :feedme:
     
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    Bouchon is so good! We eat there at least 2 times every trip. The service is a bit slow for my taste also and many times they mess up my over medium eggs. But all in all its the best breakfast we have had in Vegas.
     
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    What is the dish with the eggs? What's the name on the menu?
     
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    They call it "Les oeufs" - two eggs any style, potato croquettes, toasted brioche & choice of smoked bacon or country sausage
     
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    Ahh, I see it now. The way it's served in the pan, I thought it may have been a hash (my favorite!). Bouchon seems to be a solid choice for breakfast/brunch but I think I will try it for dinner. I remember seeing Thomas Keller prepare a roasted chicken on TV years ago, and that dish has stayed on my wish-list for all this time.
     
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    You are correct the one in the pan is the hash. Les oeufs are exactly what the OP described, but the picture above is not correct.

    This one is Les Oeufs:
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    OK, I hate to ask, but I am going to anyway, where is Bouchon? The Paris? Do tell. Looks great!
     
  11. the nuts

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    Venetian hotel next to the lobby of the Venezia tower.
     
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    Man, I should have not looked into this thread.....now I am hungry! :feedme:
     
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    DaiLun R.C., L.C., and A.A.N.G.

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    Thank you. You have enhanced the thread and not hijacked it.
     
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