un bouchon - French expression
What does the French expression ‘ un bouchon ’ mean? How is it used in a sentence?
un bouchon – a cork – also means a Lyon local restaurant, serving meats in sauce, lots of offal dishes, proudly displaying tablecloths with red-and-white checkers, creating a very casual atmosphere. It’s not clear why the word ‘bouchon’ is used to describe such restaurants.
- « On se fait un petit bouchon samedi midi ? »
“Should we go to a bouchon restaurant for lunch on Saturday?“
Related: Offals . Vidéo d’un bouchon à Lyon .
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