So I wanted to go to the French Laundry but I found out it was 7 hours away in Napa Valley. But then Ryan Seacrest told me that Thomas Keller had another restaurant in town called Bouchon, that he was part owner of.
I was also told it’s impossible to get into and super expensive. That’s all you had to say. This is the melon salad.
Also when your ex-girlfriend talks cash shit about you to a soon to be head chef that she swears she never had sex with you have to represent. If you name drop aforementioned head chef you might get a tour of the kitchen, usually reserved for celebrities, accomplished chefs, and bitter ex boyfriends.
Melissa praying I will only have one martini. Can’t wait to see what @sarahmorrison says about this.
I was having so much fun I forgot to take pictures of the Scottish Salmon I ordered. Nothing is more boring than when bloggers take photos of their food like they did something. No herb, all you did was eat it, that’s not anything anyone cares to read. Well I’ll be conceited and say unless you get your shit together this will be the only time you ever see this food, so enjoy!
If I wasn’t writing this drunk I would have cool facts like out of 1700 sq feet of the place, 60% is kitchen and 40% is dining. But I’m trying to come up with jokes about my ex girlfriend and her affair with the guy that works here that is now getting me a tour of the facility.
“Hey, thanks for dinner!” would be a nice thing to say to all these hard working chefs. That flat screen is a live feed to the Yountville Bouchon location.
I really wished I paid attention because there was a ton of interesting things happening in this space-lab esq kitchen.
Did you know Mr. Keller was an integral asset to this movie? (I really apologize for that last sentence, I don’t talk that way, I’m not even sure if that’s a proper use of integral. Isn’t “integral” like a 9 sided polygon?)
Something else happened here, but I couldn’t pay attention because I spotted another BIRKIN BAG!!!!
And that is the freezer where the Spanish food is kept.
They bake the awesome bread here fresh every day in these ovens…. That reminds me of something, I just finished reading the diary of Anne Frank, it was incredible, it moved me, she is a tremendous author… has she written anything else?
Seriously, it was great food. If you want to adapt to the upper echelon of society and indulge all of your taste levels take someone that can appreciate it to Bouchon.
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