Thomas Keller's outpost of Bouchon Bakery in the Time Warner Center has, oh so quietly, begun serving dinner. It is now called Bouchon Bakery & Café, and serves a French-American menu of dishes like roast chicken with braised kale and white beans, lentil ragout with soft poached egg, and honey glazed pork belly with artichokes, charred eggplant, and Romesco sauce. A prix fixe option also offers two courses for $28 or three courses for $35.
The bakery, which occupies a small shop on the third floor of the Time Warner Center, has always had some lunch items and seating on the mezzanine. But now that dining area has table service and later hours. There is also a menu of wine, beer, and cocktails like a mimosa and a sherry mojito.
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