Tuesday, October 9, 2012

Travel Guide - Bouchon Bistro LA

One of the places I probably enjoyed the most in LA was a fabulous French bistro style restaurant called Bouchon Bistro. The outdoor tables under the sun umbrellas, the red and white menu, the properly dressed waiters, the very present and very charming sommelier, everything had a special detail-oriented touch.
We came to have a late lunch after chilling by the hotel's rooftop pool all morning, lingering with our over-sized cappuccinos and our sunnies. I wasn't sure on what to expect, since we have so many different style French places in San Francisco and I was very pleased with this delightful surprise.
On the menu anything from escargots to french fries. We were greeted with a branch shaped bread and butter, the sequel was their charcuterie plate which was the perfect combo of dry sausages and prosciutto. The main course was a quiche so light that melted making chewing completely unnecessary. The grand finale was the oven cooked pear with chocolate sauce and vanilla ice cream. A true feast for the taste buds.

Doesn't all look Yummy????

Now onto my look:

Top - Hunter Dixon (old), similar here
Skirt - H&M
Ballet flats - Tory Burch
Bag - Chanel
Sunnies - Tiffany & CO

Thank you for reading and hope you enjoyed the culinary critique.

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