Nice location. Friendly staff. Excellent bar-pisco punch. Great fried chicken and biscuits. Wish I lived near by.
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went with friends not knowing anything about the restaurant. was hesitant after looking at the menu but everything we had (which was most of the menu because we were a big group) was fantastic!! service was good and staff was friendly.
Loud but fun. So loud upstairs we asked to be moved and went downstairs by the front door which was much better. Nice wine list and the sommelier was able to find us a very affordable bottle. Shared Apps ( 4 of us ), which...More
Truth be told, I screwed up the reservation and they accommodated us anyway... Lovely folks and the small, concise menu included a tasting menu.... our party had the crab gumbo and tuna appetizers and then a risotto dish and wait for it.... speckled trout on...More
One of our favorite meals in food mecca NOLA!! We were blown away about the house made fried chicken platter with the most delicious biscuits, perfect pickles, pimento cheese, deviled eggs dashed with a mind blowing butternut squash hot sauce??!!! And the secret drying closet...More
Our family always goes out to brunch on Saturday morning when we go to New Orleans to visit our daughter. Our daughter chose Coquette for proximity and because we hadn’t been there before. The Resturant is charming and service was ok. The Bloody Mary is...More
After reading some of the rave reviews on Tripadvisor, we made dinner reservations at Coquette. While the food was very good, I wouldn't go as far as saying that it was the best meal we had in New Orleans (we also dined at Commander's Palace...More
My wife and I went out for a quick bite to celebrate a new job and decided to walk around the corner to Coquette. We sat at the bar and got great service from the bartender. We ordered off the main menu (a bit limited)...More
If you do nothing else in your lifetime, try the tasting menu at Coquette...absolutely amazing! A bit pricey at $70, but worth every penny. Every course was artfully prepared and married well to the wine pairing (an additional $35). Best gumbo I have ever had....More
We are at the end of our three week trip to the USA starting in North and South Carolina for my son's wedding then Dallas, Fort Worth Stockyards, Austin, San Antonio, Houston and finally New Orleans. We had read that Sunday Brunch was popular and...More