Bouchon does brunch (and burgers)
It's about time. Thomas Keller's Bouchon announces that it will start brunch service this weekend, with country French-inspired breakfast dishes (you can call it hache or hash) and house-made pastries -- pain au chocolat and brioche almondine, for example. There's nothing wrong with a few oysters from the raw bar on Sunday morning, but now you can also order omelets or boudin blanc with soft scrambled eggs. Brunch will be offered Saturday and Sunday, 10:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Plus, the bistro will be serving burgers Thursday through Saturday after 9 p.m.
235 N. Cañon Drive, Beverly Hills, (310) 271-9910, www.bouchonbistro.com.
-- Betty Hallock
Photo: The raw bar at Bouchon. Credit: Alex Gallardo/Los Angeles Times.
See brunch menu items after the jump.
From the brunch menu:
• Plat de cotes de boeuf hache: Braised short rib hash with piquillo peppers, caramelized onion and hen egg served sunny side up
• Omelette aux Champagne: Fresh forest mushrooms and Gruyere cheese omelette accompanied with local mixed greens
• Boudin blanc: White sausage with soft scrambled eggs, house-made croissant finished with beurre noisette.