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Owned and run by a local team, this French rendezvous is garbed in dressed-down style with exposed brick walls, bare tables, wine racks, wicker baskets and all sorts of culinary paraphernalia.
During the day, Hackney locals drop by for wallet-friendly ‘petit déjeuner’ and brunch offers, plus weekday lunch deals promising one course and a drink for £7.99. Come nightfall, the venue
transforms into a hip lounge and restaurant serving charcuterie boards and a roster of dyed-in-the-wool bourgeois classics ranging from mackerel rillettes with cumin bread or snails in their shells
to coq au vin, duck confit with Puy lentils, steak-frites and courgette gratin – plus a ‘catch of the day’ and helpings of raclette to share. After that, try ‘mum’s chocolate slice’ or crème
caramel. The wine list includes plenty of French regional names.
Bouchon Fourchette opened earlier this year a midst a flurry of high-profile French Bistros and Brasseries (Little Social, Brasserie Chavot, Balthazar and later on Casse Croute, just to name a few). It was therefore fairly easy for Londoners to miss the opening of Bouchon Fourchette in the unlikely area of Hackney...
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