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It used to be one of my favorite spots but the food became a bit too salty. The casserole used to be amazing but it became specially over flavored and salty. The new Cuban sandwich was extremely salty.
My husband and I stopped in at Le Bouchon for a late weekday lunch. Our waiter, who's been there for many years, was professional and the service crisp and efficient. We had our usuals -- a shared French onion soup, me a Croque Monsieur, and...More
We recently enjoyed a day trip to Cold Springs on the Hudson, and stopped in Le Bouchon Brasserie for lunch. We foolishly hadn’t made a reservation, but we took the fact it was packed as a good sign, and made the most of our wait...More
This restaurant had such mixed reviews we didn't quite know what to expect. We had a good experience. We went to the restaurant at 5:30 on a rainy Thursday night. We were the second couple there. The waiter was great, very nice and accommodating. We...More
A fall day with leaves turning around noon and Cold Spring a bustle with swarms of day trippers from a NYC large cruise boat. Charming restaurant, a bit challenged by the influx so service slow. Lamb burger and steak sandwich good choices. Cheese plate served...More
So, we dropped into this restaurant after walking Main street for a while and welcomed a good French restaurant into our schedule. The low key and cute interior were welcoming but after we spent a few minutes at the last window table toward the back...More
Second time here--both times a fun French resto with quite good food and very friendly attentive service. We needed a place in Cold Spring before going to HV Shakespeare (highly recommended) as it was too rainy for a picnic on the lawn there. Picked Bouchon...More
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Sorry, the dessert offerings were given verbally to my sister who lives for dessert. I don't recall soufflé. I remember homemade sherbet, napoleons and the rest I forget. Waiter said dessert changes weekly. Sorry I couldn't... More
Sorry, the dessert offerings were given verbally to my sister who lives for dessert. I don't recall soufflé. I remember homemade sherbet, napoleons and the rest I forget. Waiter said dessert changes weekly. Sorry I couldn't be of more help.