La Petite Bouchée
Dining at La Petite Bouchée is a unique experience whether you are dining in our vintage Citroen camper van or in our brand spanking new exclusive 'hidden' dining room. Creating that environment means we are not tied to time. When you book a table at La Petite Bouchée you book it for the evening. We do not take walk-ins
HOW TO BOOK
Find a date you like and book via Open Table
Please let us know any special dietary requirements you might have at the time of booking.
You can arrive from 7pm last entry will be at 8pm
We will send you the menu once your booking is confirmed
72 hours before your booking we will need your menu choices
Payment can be made via debit or credit card or in cash
All we ask is that you leave quietly at the end of your evening as this is a residential area.
* Timings slightly different for the camper we'll email you details separately once you book
I have lived in Devon for 17 years and the mussels served here were the freshest and tastiest I've been served in that time. I would certainly recommend this fabulous little restaurant. A hidden gem and well worth the drive.
Our second trip and my mothers birthday. The experience was even better than the first time. The staff were delightful, the chef insightful, the food was delicious and a lovely meal was had by all. My father in law said it was amazingly amazing and my mum was very happy. Cake for my mum was very thoughtful.
It felt like a tiny French restaurant had been transported to deepest Devon. Very authentic food and atmosphere, great friendly service and an obvious passion for what they do.
A pleasant and surprising experience for rural devon
As always, a great location for Anita's culinary skills. Beautiful room with great atmosphere, and nice to be in view of the kitchen. I had the whitebait which were great - big and flavoursome, followed by an outstanding coq au vin. All in all a top night with friends.
Absolutely excellent - food as good as in the best Parisian neighbourhood bistro.
La Petite Bouchee is relocating to Mid Devon imminently. The West Country's gain is sadly South East London's great loss. This was a superb dinner with a variety of decent wines and outstanding food. We wish LPB good fortune in the future.