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Cocotte

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Located on the ground level of Wanderlust, Cocotte serves up unpretentious, rustic French cuisine in a casual and comfortable setting. The bistro has also introduced a weekend brunch menu.

Mon - Fri: 12:00 - 14:30

Mon - Thu: 18:30 - 22:30

Sat & Sun: 12:00 - 15:30

Sun: 18:00 - 22:00

Fri - Sat: 18:00 - 22:30


Pastry Counter:

Monday to Friday:

1200hrs – 1430hrs

1800hrs – 2200hrs

Saturday to Sunday:

1200hrs – 2200hrs

Closed: Tue

+65 62981188
$55 based on 102 submissions
Dinner (29 votes), Lunch (24 votes), After Work (20 votes)
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everything delightful, thank you so much

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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• 26 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

everything delightful, thank you so much

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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
• 19 Mar 2015 • 102 reviews • 36 followers

Good food with reasonable price

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Located at the end of Dickson Road, the biggest problem is finding parking along the road. If you don't mind walking a bit, I suggest parking at the nearby Sim Lim Tower or The Verge shopping mall. Makes a good post meal exercise.


For starters, the 2 of us shared Grilled Asparagus salad ($16). Comes with generous serving of walnuts, the grilled asparagus was really yummy.


Steak frites ($36) 200g, medium rare was served with garden salad and fries. This is a popular dish in Brasseries in Europe. However, I must highlight that the steak is served sliced up like the fries. Generally, the dish is well executed.


Port collar ($34) was served with brussel sprouts and fries (the same type as it is for steak frites). The pork was very tender and goes very well with the gravy.


I enjoyed my meal and look forward to returning.
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The management of Cocotte responded to this review:
31 Mar 2015
Hi yeocw,

Thank you for your feedback of your recent dining experience at Cocotte!

We are delighted to know that you enjoyed your dinner with us and definitely look forward to welcoming you back at the restaurant. We have a complimentary valet service available every evening during dinner and should you have any difficulty finding a car park space, please feel free to engage the valet service.

Wishing you a Happy Easter in advance!

Warm regards,
Yan Goh
Unlisted Collection: Singapore
• 25 Jan 2015 • 23 reviews • 0 follower

nice Brunch place in nice atmosphere

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It's a great buffet with excellent food and awesome dessert for 59++ without our for 99++ with prosecco. The atmosphere is rustic without being uncomfortable or pretentious.
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The management of Cocotte responded to this review:
04 Feb 2015
Hi Beat Nu,

We're delighted to hear that you enjoyed our weekend brunch trolley! The dishes vary each weekend depending on the ingredients we get fresh in from the farm. Starting this weekend, for the first weekend of every alternate month a regional brunch will be rolled out featuring dishes from a particular region. Feel free to follow us on our Facebook page for more updates at Cocotte!

We look forward to welcoming you back and wishing you a Happy Lunar New Year in advance!

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