COCOTTE ~ a small casserole in which individual portions of food can be cooked and served.
Having French at Little India might sound like a dodgy idea, but not if it’s at Cocotte. If you’ve found Wanderlust, you won’t miss Cocotte (pronounced koh-kote). This intimate restaurant uses Le Creuset cookware to present some of their tasty traditional French fare (and perhaps up the ante on French authenticity). But fear not, the fare presented to us was hearty, honest and as colourful as the pots they were served in. — Luann Alphonso | August Man, Sept 2010
“Cocotte’s cuisine takes inspiration from the concept of sharing and communal dining that is a perfect marriage to the recipes and experience that is the French countryside. The menu is about simple, hearty French cuisine that focuses on good ingredients, flavour and technique.” — Cocotte