Bouchon is Open for Dine-In Service!
We are now reservation only.
We have now changed to online booking!
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-Please note that our host will do everything in their power to accommodate your table request, but as humans are an unpredictable species, we may have to seat you elsewhere to avoid you waiting for a long time for your specific table.
-If you absolutely MUST be at a specific table, please include that in the notes section of your reservation; for instance, if you want to bring a furry friend along.
-We will allow a courtesy 15 minutes from your reservation time until we give away your table. If you’re running late, please call us at 828.350.1140.
-We take credit cards to secure your reservation. If you are a no-call/no-show we charge your card $25 per person. We do understand things come up, so please cancel at least an hour and a half before your reservation.
Bouchon will strictly follow current CDC guidelines to keep everyone safe.
This means guests must wear a mask covering the lower half of your beautiful faces upon entry, exit, and any time not seated at your table.
Once at your table, feel free to remove your mask while you are eating and drinking, but the mask must be on that face anytime you leave the table.
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French Comfort Food for Everyone. Pair our unique fresh local ingredients and imported French wines. Or relax with a cocktail and enjoy the ambiance!
Start your evening with classic escargots in garlic butter under puff pastry or our new Charcuterie Board, featuring both local and imported meats and cheeses
Our values are sustainable. Asheville is America’s first Green Dining Destination™ and Bouchon is a Certified Green Restaurant®. We recycle glass, plastic, metal and cardboard and compost all raw vegetable material. Michel is a founding member of the Asheville Independent Restaurant Association. With over 120 members, AIR restaurants are locally owned and active in the community. Bouchon has been given the Just Economics certification of “Living Wage Certified Employer.” We value our staff and their expertise and we all work together in our mountain community.
Our wine list contains carefully chosen French wines. They’re palate-selected to enjoy with any meal, light or not-so-light. French wines are categorized by region rather than grape variety, so choose from our rich Bordeaux, sumptuous Burgundies, exciting Champagnes, or from our seasonal specials.
Our popular house white, rose and red are from a family owned CO-OP in the Rhone valley, where Michel is from.
Our premium Le Grand Bouchon, is bottled in the style of Chateauneuf du Pape, from blended grapes grown on lovingly tended 75-year-old vines in the Rhône Valley Michel refers to it as; “Our poor man’s Chateauneuf,” because of it’s value. Check out domaine Rouge-Bleu http://www.rouge-bleu.com/en/
La Vie A La Ferme
Farm-to-Table has long been a way of life for the Baudouins. The farm in France where Michel grew up has been in his family for 200 years. Today, the Baudouins live on a couple of acres in Leicester along with their cat, two dogs, two small goats, several chickens and a rescued Tennessee Walking Horse named Senator Dolittle.
Our menus reflect Western North Carolina’s amazing bounty. You’ll taste fresh ingredients from our WNC neighbors at Jasperwood Farms, Mountain Foods, Paul Collins Produce, Fork Mountain Farms, and Mountain Select Natural Products when you visit our restaurants. The Kitchen even sources fresh seafood locally, from Sunburst Trout Farms in Waynesville.
Michel’s family’s farm included geese, chickens and rabbits, a vegetable garden, and two vineyards. It’s no wonder that he relishes creating menus with fresh ingredients from Appalachia.
The Baudouin family home is located in gorgeous Leicester and is full of life! Vonciel, Michel’s wife, is a native Texan who’s also a talented chef. Dinnertime at the Baudouins? Often, it’s a delicious match-up of Vonciel’s southern family recipes and great local foodstuffs.