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818 Verified Diner Reviews

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Total Dimmi Score

8.6
818 reviews
Recommended
(8.9)
Food
(8.5)
Service
(8.8)
Value for money
(8.2)
Atmosphere
(8.0)

dined on Tue, 12 Sep 2017

(9)
This is one of those great restaurants when you want something more than your 'neighbourhood favourite' which is licensed & byo. Good food, pleasant ambience, attentive staff. Not inexpensive, but, food was great. Suitable for a couple, small group or ideal for that adult family get together when you are left with the bill & the kids bail! We will be back.

dined on Thu, 31 Aug 2017

(8)
good neighbourhood french bistro. quite busy and had a real buzz

dined on Mon, 21 Aug 2017

(9)
Food is great; wine is great; service is great. Escargot was a little 'snaily' this time around, but still palatable. The confit duck was great, the beef cheeks were better, the cheese was the highlight!

dined on Sat, 12 Aug 2017

(10)
Delicious truffle night.
Rocky Bali

dined on Sat, 12 Aug 2017

(9)
Food was excellent. You Must try the escargots

dined on Wed, 9 Aug 2017

(8)
Had the truffle menu and enjoyed the 4 course degustation. The wine by the glass was average, but the truffles were plenty and food good.
Nicci

dined on Sun, 6 Aug 2017

(9)
So yummy! Second time dining and it didn't disappoint. Steak Tartare is good

dined on Sat, 5 Aug 2017

(9)
Great ambience inside. Food and wine were excellent. Service was very good. Definitely worth another visit!!!
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About Le Bouchon

The French touch. For some real French, Michelin-worthy meals look no further than Le Bouchon in Crows Nest. Rather than the regular Parisian-style cafes, Le Bouchon focuses on another French region: Lyon, the gastronomic capital of the world. ‘Bouchon’ has a double meaning in French; not only does it mean ‘cork’, but it also the name used to describe authentic Lyonnaise brasseries, famous for serving up some rather unusual specialities. The menu at Le Bouchon is strongly rooted in French tradition and possibly not so much for vegetarians... Think sautéed lamb kidneys, pan-fried black pudding, calves liver and pomme puree, twice-cooked lamb neck and cassoulet of confit duck leg. Le Bouchon does a roaring trade throughout the day, with breakfast, lunch and pre-dinner aperitif offerings. While the food may be French, the service is anything but – here, you’ll only be greeted by smiles! Best dish: Twice cooked lamb neck, zucchini and eggplant millefeuille and anchovy beurre blanc.

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