East Falmouth Eats: Le Bon Jour

The village of East Falmouth offers an array of unique culinary options, from food truck convenience to elegant dining. Keep reading to find out why we love Le Bon Jour

Whether you’re looking for a pit stop or a takeout spot, look no further than Le Bon Jour. The French twist to the menu is reflective of the owners’ Cameroon roots, like the Le Puy Bowl with French lentils, the Croque Monsieur mac and cheese, and house made gumbo soup.Tables and a coffee station make it a perfect option for grabbing a quick bite, and the counter service comes with a smile. 

Le Bon Jour offers a variety of bowls, including Mexican, Indian, Thai and Mediterranean, and everything is made to order with fresh ingredients. 

You can add Le Bon Jour to your list of options for Taco Tuesday. Meanwhile, we opted for a build-your-own veggie burrito and chicken quesadilla. Both were delicious and enormous! The generous portions can easily be shared or saved for later.

Conveniently located at 420 East Falmouth Highway (at the intersection of Davisville Road), with easy, on-site parking. While you’re there, you can do a little shopping at Little Anchor Boutique for fashion and photography. Open Monday through Saturday from 11 am to 9 pm. Falmouth Visitor gives two enthusiastic thumbs up for Le Bon Jour!

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