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Beer, European, French, Western, Wines
+65 62981188

Mon: 12:00 - 22:30

Wed - Thu: 12:00 - 22:30

Fri - Sun: 12:00 - 23:00

Closed: Tue

$57 based on 107 submissions
Dinner (30 votes), Lunch (25 votes), After Work (20 votes) ...

Cocotte serves French cuisine and provide casual and comfortable setting to encourage social interaction and communal dining. The bistro has also introduced a weekend brunch menu.

What others are eating here

Banana Walnut Cake with Salted Caramel and Chantilly
Banana Walnut Cake with Salted Caramel and Chantilly
Interior
Interior
Mushroom and Bacon Quiche
Mushroom and Bacon Quiche
Scrambled Eggs with Corned Veal Tongue and Button Mushrooms
Scrambled Eggs with Corned Veal Tongue and Button Mushrooms
Fried Honeycomb Tripe with Pickles and Wholegrain Mustard
Fried Honeycomb Tripe with Pickles and Wholegrain Mustard
Pot-roast Pork Collar with Pumpkin Puree
Pot-roast Pork Collar with Pumpkin Puree
  • Roast Pork collar 14 votes
  • Poulet Roti (Roast Chicken) 9 votes
  • Crème Brulee 5 votes
  • Fried Tripe 5 votes
  • All their set lunches 4 votes
  • Seared Chilean Sea Bass 3 votes
  • Basque Torte 2 votes
  • Fresh Pear & Bleu d'Auvergne (salad) 2 votes
  • desserts 2 votes
  • Apple Tart 1 vote
  • Apple Tarte Tartin 1 vote
  • Banana Walnut Cake 1 vote
  • Basil Ice-cream 1 vote
  • Beef Bourguignon 1 vote
  • Braised beef ribs Pan fried seabass 1 vote
  • Charguterie Board (Ham Platter) 1 vote
  • French Onion "Soup" Sandwich 1 vote
  • Ham & Brie Sandwich 1 vote
  • Homemade Pork Rillettes 1 vote
  • Live Blue Mussels Clams 1 vote
  • Molten Lava Chocolate Cake 1 vote
  • Mushroom Bacon Quiche 1 vote
  • Oyster Blade Roast Beef 1 vote
  • Pork Trotter 1 vote
  • Scrambled Eggs with Corned Veal Tongue 1 vote
  • Sea 1 vote
  • Steak frites 1 vote
  • carrot soup 1 vote
  • escargot gougers 1 vote
  • home made ice cream 1 vote
  • pan seared chicken 1 vote

Latest Review for Cocotte

Overall RatingBased on 76 reviews
Food/Drink3.6
Value3.1
Ambience3.7
Service3.2
Most helpful review:

everything delightful, thank you so much

Food/Drink 4 | Value 4 | Ambience 5 | Service 3
Total Reviews: 2

wonderful experiences every time i am there. more than love the decorations, ambiance. quirky and also yet rustic. passionate chefs, produceing grand food. service can be a little bit better but generally i do not mind mind because food is enough to distract me all times.

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The management of Cocotte responded to this review:
31 Mar 2015
Hi lauriebaudin, Greetings from Cocotte! Thank you for taking the time to share your feedback. We are delighted to hear that you enjoyed the food and ambience at the restaurant and we will strive to improve our service standards in the time being. Do swing by and join us for brunch on one of the weekends where we load up our brunch trolleys with a variety of sweets and savouries and the trolleys are rolled across the restaurant for you to choose from the dishes. It is a free flow affair and a rather fun one at that! Looking forward to welcoming you back to Cocotte and wishing you a happy Easter in advance! Warm regards, Yan Goh Unlisted Collection: Singapore

Old-world blends into modernism with good French food

Food/Drink 4 | Value 4 | Ambience 3 | Service 4
Total Reviews: 631

"A fresh breath of old France" is the motto of this unpretentious, comfortable and hearty French restaurant located at the exquisite boutique Wanderlust Hotel, in Little India area. Cocotte Restaurant encourages interaction as dishes of piping hot homemade French dishes are passed around the tables between family and friends.

Mushroom and Bacon Quiche gave us a headstart on our sumptuous brunch - a huge, tart-like quiche cut into slices, filled with the earthly, robust flavors of sh!take mushroom, bacon and onions. The crust was buttery and crumbly, kind of delicious to eat on its own.

Then it was 2 types of Egg Ramekins (small dished items) for us. The Scrambled Eggs with Corned Veal Tongue and Button Mushrooms - not a fan of scrambled eggs because of its runny texture, but I did enjoy it splattered sweetly around the umami corned veal tongue - meaty, flavorful - making this dish very lovely. I should've taken another one.

Next, Fried Honeycomb Tripe with Pickles and Wholegrain Mustard (SGD$16.00 if ordered ala carte) - simply known as beef stomach - was a delicacy in itself. One of the more memorable dishes here for me. Breaded and dusted with smoked paprika, this dish engaged all the senses, from the pleasant crackling of the exterior to the gentle chewy-ness of the meat, encompassing elements of smokiness, spice and savoury all in one. More, please.

Pot-roast Pork Collar with Pumpkin Puree was quite remarkable, with slices of succulent, melty pork, and I basked in its fragrant, pot-roasted taste. However, the piercing sweetness of the pumpkin puree seemed to be a rather mismatched contrast.

Finally, the Banana Walnut Cake with Salted Caramel and Chantilly was rather lovely - a dessert with a burst of flavors, encompassing the soft fragrance of banana and nutty sweetness of walnut in moistened cake cubes, creamy mounds of chantilly cream and moistened cubes of cake together with savory touch of the salted caramel.

For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2016/06/weekend-brunch-at-cocotte-french.html

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Rustic Environment

Food/Drink 3 | Value 3 | Ambience 3 | Service 3
Total Reviews: 128

Complete reviews can be seen here http://www.umakemehungry.com/2016/05/cocotte.html

Cocotte is a communal restaurant and bar that serves delicious, genuine country cuisine in a hip environment. They are located in Singapore's Little India just inside Wanderlust hotel.

Pork Trotter Parcel
A special style of serving braised pork trotters in wraps with hazelnuts, thyme, brown butter, capers and sauteed kale. Braised Pork Trotters were deboned and served in shredded form like pull pork and mustard was given to pair along with the dish. Though the dish may be special with nuts and vegetables, i still prefer a stronger taste from braised pork and juicier touch.

Whole Grilled Seabass
The whole grilled seabass was something not within my expectation as it was bigger than what I had thought. Meat was fresh and tender, served with vierge and salad of crispy quinoa that literally overwhelmed the entire perimeter of the fish. Capers, mint, radish, shallots, lemon and parsley was part of the mix too.

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