Chef Luc Bissonnette injects lively French cooking into an accessible but informed menu with excellent sides that often include miniature vegetable timbales, terrines, scalloped potatoes or very good frites. Lusty onion soup, moules frites, traditional cassoulet, and a grilled beef tenderloin with cognac and wild mushroom sauce ($35.95) round out the classics. You might not often associate the... more
"Like a bit of Paris", this compact Kelowna bistro attracts Francophiles with "traditional" fare and "fabulous" wines in a "classy" upscale-casual setting; "informative, friendly" staffers set the stage for a "truly enjoyable evening."
This Gallic transplant offers classic French bistro fare just a few blocks from the Okanagan lakefront. The dining room, with ocher walls, stained-glass panels, and handwritten menus, actually feels Parisian. The menu doesn't stray far from classic French cuisine, though dishes are prepared with the freshest and best of local products -- the level of cooking at Bouchons will make you appreciate... more
My first time at a French restaurant and it was worth the wait. The chicken liver pâté made me want to weep with how beautiful it was, my first rabbit was awesome and the chocolate mousse was indescribable. The best meal I have ever had me I have eaten out all over the world at some amazing spots. We are... more
Regional French cuisine served in casual elegant European surroundings.
Bouchons bistro.-Bouchons, a classic French Bistro, opened for business on May 15th 2004 in the heart of Kelowna's cultural district, a two minute walk from the Grand Okanagan Hotel