Bouchon is a small, intimate restaurant and also has outside café seating. Opens at 5p and they don't take reservations, so suggest getting there early, especially on a Monday for the"all you can eat" mussels for $15.00. They are prepared four different ways, and as an appetizer for $9.00, it's a tasty starter for two. We had ours prepared Parisienne style (white wine, thyme, onions, garlic & butter). Since we had been eating our way through Asheville, we choose the lighter chicken entrees. The roast chicken au jus, with vegetables was a generous and tasty entrée, but the Poulet (chicken) Cordon Bleu was clearly the dinner winner. Delicately breaded and filled with prosciutto & Gruyere cheese it was served sliced as "medallions", with a side of "pomme frites" in a paper sconce. Dinner was absolutely delicious and we would definitely go again when in Asheville. Although the desserts were tempting, we opted to walk to Old Europe Bakery on Broadway for a Napoleon for dessert. Throw your calorie counting aside for this wonderful puff pastry with its layers filled with a Nutella hazelnut filling. Would definitely recommend, and regretfully I only ate one.