Bouchon is well worth looking out. Its elegant exterior gives way to sumptuous internal decor which is places is looking a bit tired. But it's the food that counts and that is very good. Think the bistro fare of yesteryear -steak frites, duck confit, escargots, charcuterie, clafoutis, profiteroles. However they are not at menu du jour prices ( although I did notice that there was an early bird menu), but the food is very good. My trout three ways was a piscine delight, the rib eye steak melting good and the chunky chips in duck fat ( a nod to the Brits) were yummy. The cheese board was exceptional ( and French). The waiters are welcoming, attentive and slip seamlessly between English and French which adds to the gallic mood. At around £40 per head without wine, not cheap, but good value and I can recommend it
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