Bouchon Bistro

5 Reviews
Bistro fare, Modern, Tapas
Phone Number 0214220695 Opening Hours

Monday to Saturday 4pm to 11pm

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Menu - Menu changes on a weekly basis. below is sample: Bouchon Bistro Menu - Updated in July 2022


R75 - R90
Bistro fare, Modern, Tapas
R75 - R90
Bar scene, Groups, Local cuisine
Mastercard, Visa
Accepts credit cards, Dinner, Food, Lunch, Parking, Serves food, WiFi

Owner's description

Bouchon is a Wine Bar & Bistro set in an urban winery in the heart of Cape Town.

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User reviews

5 Reviews
    The food was excellent! Thank you, Chef Nic! Everything was seasoned to perfection with no need to add any condiments. Service was relaxed, not rushed, which was exactly what our desire was for this specific evening - fabulous food and wine without pretence. Thank you, Bouchon Bistro, for ensuring a near perfect date night.
    What a beautiful, little gem of a restaurant! I went to the Bouchon Bistro on Friday 5 January for the first time. Service is friendly and the venue sublime. We had drinks from the gin trolley followed by the prawn gnocchi and mushroom gnocci. Flavourful and generous in portion size for a tapas serving. I'll certainly be back again for the relaxed atmosphere and Instagram worthy interior and of course, to sample the rest of the menu!
    Cosy ambience, yummy tapas (except for the Cajun octopus which was a bit to "wild" for my taste). Would definitely recommend the mushroom gnocchi and the beef béarnaise! Looking forward to another visit soon.
    Hands down, the best gnocchi I've had! Fantastic choice of tapas dishes, and really quite reasonable.
    Celebrated a birthday at the cellar table, between wine tanks and barrels, which lovely and different. Our waitress recommended a few of the lighter tapas for the table to start, which included the caprese salad; duck sporing rolls; salt and pepper calamari; beef cubes with béarnaise sauce and beef tataki. Main menu consists of only 2 dishes - beef fillet served with a mushroom risotto and a fish dish; while some guests opted for a main meal, others ordered more of the tapas dishes. Both main meal and tapas portions are well-sized; and, having just seen a picture of their honey and fennel roasted pork belly, I will back to try that!

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