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Daniel Boulud brings a touch of Lyon to London with new ‘Menu Bouchon’

Daniel Boulud and Chef Dean Yasharian have created a Bouchon Menu at London’s Bar Boulud, inspired by the authentic Bouchons of Lyon, Daniel Boulud’s home town.
Two courses with a glass of wine and coffee costs £17 and three courses £19.
Menu Bouchon is served from 12noon until 7pm, changes daily and focuses on simple French cooking. Typical dishes from the menu include Poitrine de Porc (Pork Belly), Moules à la Crème (Mussels with Crème Fraîche), Truite aux Amandes (Rainbow Trout with Almonds), and Poulet Rôti (Roasted Chicken).

Bar Boulud’s new Bouchon Menu complements the full à la carte bistro menu, which features charcuterie, house-made terrines, pâtés, hams, saucissons and boudins specially prepared onsite by a world-class Charcutier as well as Boulud’s  American specialities, the Yankee, Frenchie, Piggie and signature BB Burger.

Bar Boulud, winner of Best Restaurant Wine List at the 2013 Taste of London restaurant festival, is also renowned for its impressive selection of wines, many served by the glass from rare, large-format bottles, a Boulud trademark. For summer dining, the award-winning Chêne Bleu rosé is served by the glass from 6-litre Jeroboam bottles, exclusive to the restaurant. A wide selection of draught and bottled beers are also available, focussing on microbrewery and craft beers from noteworthy breweries.

Bar Boulud is open from 12pm to 1am Monday to Saturday and 12pm to 12am Sunday.

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