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About Bouchon - Beverly Hills
Bouchon in Beverly Hills offers a vibrant setting that perfectly accents Chef Thomas Keller's authentic French country fare and exceptional service. Our wine bar, Bar Bouchon, is located on the garden level and serves small plates of French classics Monday through Saturday 11:30am - 9:00 pm.
Our Bouchon Bakery is located at the entrance to the bistro and is open Monday through Saturday from 7:00am-8:00pm.
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
Hours of Operation:
Lunch Monday - Friday: 12:00pm - 2:30pm
Happy Hour, Monday through Friday, 4:00pm - 7:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Thursday: 6:00pm- 9:00pm
Friday: 6:00pm - 10:00pm
Saturday: 5:30pm - 10:00pm
Monday through Saturday from 11:30am - 9:00pm
Bouchon Bakery: Monday through Saturday 7:00am - 8:00pm
$31 to $50
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We offer valet parking for $10.00. Parking Garage: Public Gardens Parking Garage at 235 N. Canon Dr. - First 2 hours free, then $3 per every 30 minutes thereafter. Street Parking: on N. Canon Dr - 1 hour parking from 8AM-6PM at $2.00 per hour; After 6PM and Sundays Free or on N. Beverly Dr - 1 hour parking from 8AM-6PM at $2.00 per hour; 15 min parking in front of Montage hotel $.25; After 6PM and Sundays Free.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Bouchon in Beverly Hills offers two private dining rooms, and Bar Bouchon on the ground level, all of which feature terraces overlooking the adjacent Beverly Canon Gardens. The entire restaurant and Bar Bouchon are available for private events or can brought to a location of your choosing.
Bouchon - Beverly Hills Ratings and Reviews
Sad that Bouchon is closing at the end of December 2017. Really enjoyed the Fried Chicken offered only on Mondays;...the sides are yummy and you just can't beat the refreshing bib salad as a starter. Shame on the City of BH for not finding a parking solution to keep this fantastic, world class restaurant in Beverly Hills.
This is a fabulous authentic French bistro beautifully transplanted to Beverly Hills. Authentic in every respect with a keen attention to detail and quality. The staff is exceptional. The decor is lovely. The dishes are extraordinary. The quiche is amazing. The creme brûlée platonic. Just examples. Why in the world would The Imperial City of Beverly Hills allow this restaurant to close over a rent dispute. SHAME.
We had a waiter with an attitude that resulted in poor service, not getting what we ordered and causing everyone in our party to comment that we shouldn't have wasted our time and money at this restaurant, especially with so many other fine restaurants within a block or two walking distance.
The restaurant is good; unfortunately they have created this weird maze, complex and getting to your table is not easy (two receptions, poor signage). But service was good and our waitress knowledgeable and attentive. Worth eating there after the initial hassle. But hurry - I think they close soon. (one wonders If they fix the layout/over expansion (three different "Bouchons" in the same location), could they save themselves?)...
Bouchon is one of my "go to" restaurants. The food is delicious and a cut above many of its competitors. Service is highly professional and friendly. The atmosphere is energetic, but the space is beautiful. On the whole, it is always a highly satisfactory experience.
On the first leg of a trip to Australia and staying in Beverly Hills for 2 days, on the plane was reading about restaurants and found Bouchin. Made a reservation while flying and find this to be a great place. We enjoyed the food, great outdoor dining upstairs and really well priced for the area. Would definitely go again if in town
I love Bouchon in the Sonoma, it is well managed, the food is delicious, the ingredients are selected rigorously, the atmosphere is reminding of a Parisian bistro...
In Beverly Hills, this is another story: The quality of my salmon was below average and I could smell fish - this was a tartar, it should be extremely fresh! It was prepared in advance, I could tell as the eggs crumble decoration was oxyded on the edges. The air conditioning system was down that day, the staff was exhausted and we could not sit inside as previously thought, perhaps that was a factor? The salmon rillettes had the exact same taste, same low quality fish, exposed to heat most likely... The salad and oignon soup were made with low quality ingredient sand had no taste on their own. We had to wait a long time for our first dish, we thought they forgot us. We did not really mind but that could indicate an issue in the kitchen organization... That was a disastrous meal. The staff however was very helpful and attentive. They gave us a mini chocolate cake for taking back with us, that was quiet good. The building is wonderful, the venue is pleasant and this could be a great place if Thomas Keller gave it a serious look and raised the bar like he does for all his restaurants. Last, the noice level is very hard to handle. Many restaurants use acoustic enhancement to reduce the pressure pain and assure privacy between tables.
I would just like to preface this with how excited we were to dine here for Ad Hoc Night. Little did we know how disappointed we would be. Quick advice, call ahead and ask what the sides will be.
So we order the fried chicken, the celery viktor - underwhelming and bland, the black eyed peas - bland, and last a slice of white bread cut in half with pimento cheese - bland, unappealing. The old fashioned - waste of money, go to Honor Bar beforehand and get drinks there. Even the table next to us commented how underwhelming the food looked. The chicken was fine, but did not compare to any expectation. Our server took our order and never came back until I had a manager touch the table. Perhaps it was an off night.
We went specifically for the Fried Chicken on Mondays. When we arrived for lunch, I asked our waitress about it and she said it's only served at dinner. I said, "you should make that clear in your website." She responded "it's not my website." Totally rude and unhelpful.
My boyfriend is a huge Thomas Keller fan and was able to eat at Ad Hoc years ago. For his birthday I decided to treat him to Bouchon as French food is his favorite. The meal was incredible and I'm pretty sure they now hold the title of best steak I've ever had.
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