Bouchon, Beverly Hills – Brunch and Lunch

Bouchon Beverly Hills - Kusshi Oyster

Oysters and sparkling wine, three meals a day.

Assiette de Charcuterie [$15.50]

If they offered it, I would order just a plate of pickled vegetables. “French bahn-chan.”
Bouchon Beverly Hills - Charcuterie

Kumamoto Oysters [$18/half dozen]

Tiny, briny.
Bouchon Beverly Hills - Kumamoto Oysters

Oyster Shell Comparison

Darker, ruffled edge Kumamoto on left. Paler Kusshi on right (also pictured at top).
Bouchon Beverly Hills - Oyster Shell Comparison

Thon Grillé à la Niçoise [$31.50] – WINNER

I have been spoiled: grilled big eye tuna with pole beans, fingerling potatoes, arugula, hard boiled egg and radish
bouchon beverly hills - nicoise salad

Macaroni au Gratin [$7.50]

I’ll be honest. I could have used a splash or two of Tapatio.
Bouchon Beverly Hills - Macaroni and Cheese

Champignons des Bois [$7.50]

Bouchon Beverly Hills - Sauteed Mushrooms

Pommes Frites [$7.00]

Bouchon Beverly Hills - French Fries

Bread: Epi Baguette

I don’t eat bread. I use it for butter.
Bouchon Beverly Hills, Bread

Wine: Parigot Crémant Rosé

Bouchon Beverly Hills - Parigot Cremant Rose

Dining Room Wall

Bouchon Beverly Hills - Dining Room Wall

Lunch “meeting” Monday May 10, 2010 and brunch with The Boy Saturday May 15, 2010.

235 North Canon Drive
Beverly Hills, CA 90210
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{ 3 comments… read them below or add one }

1 MyLastBite June 1, 2010 at 9:32 am

I think these are some of your best photos ever Sarah! x


2 Sarah J. Gim June 1, 2010 at 4:36 pm

jo! what a compliment … thank you! gotta love that new canon s90 :D


3 Daniel April 12, 2011 at 10:55 pm


You’re a nut. I love that. I grew up in SoCal, did my culinary apprenticeship in Los Angeles back when you were just your parents dream. If I wasn’t old and married I’d chase you all over the southland just to take you out to dinner.


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