I wish I could be more excited. And maybe I will.
Thing is I've tried Bouchon in Las Vegas three times. Twice they lost my reservation, but I got seated nevertheless and though all three meals were good, they could have been, should have been better than good.
Anisette - I've been there at least 1/2 dozen times, maybe more. Anisette doesn't disappoint. Moules Frites - oddly sour tasting at the Bouchon in LV, but perfect at Anisette. Even my date - non-moule eater - was singing it's praises.
I've never dined at the Bouchon in Napa and maybe it's better, after all Mr. Trotter's proximity must have some kind of effect.
So here's a question. Has anyone dined at both Bouchons? Is the Napa venue the better of the two?
Those who have done some double dipping - tell me - what do you think we expect from Bouchon?