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Le Bouchon Bistro Restaurant Review: The limited menu at Le Bouchon (the name translates to "The Wine Cork”) fits the snugness of this small, corner-of-the-strip-mall restaurant. A draw with area workers for lunch, the menu has been expanded to include a range of French brasserie staples. There's the Lorraine (portobello mushrooms, smoked bacon and Brie) and the Toulouse (sautéed chicken with blue cheese). Lunch crêpes are served with a petite spring leaf salad and crusty French bread; fillings can include chicken and chives or vegetables. Dinner appetizers include pâté and escargots while entrées, in addition to crêpes and the mini-pizzas, feature coq au vin and rack of lamb served with roasted garlic. Dessert highlights a bevy of French pastries homemade daily.