Cocotte

Little IndiaFrench$$$$
Excellent
5.0/6
225 Reviews
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About Cocotte

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Marrying the recipes and traditions of the French countryside, while taking inspiration from communal dining, Cocotte serves delicious, genuine country cuisine in a hip environment. The offering consists of hearty comfort food with a focus on sustainable ingredients and healthy cooking techniques. Located in Singapore’s Little India, on Dickson Road, the folks at Cocotte invite you to see what is making this hip spot the talk of the town.

See below for Cocotte's special menus!

Opening Times

Open today - Opens at 6:00 pm
Saturday
7:30 am - 10:30 am
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm
Sunday
7:30 am - 10:30 am
11:00 am - 3:00 pm
6:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Monday
7:30 am - 10:30 am
11:30 am - 2:30 pm
6:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Tuesday
7:30 am - 10:30 am
Wednesday
7:30 am - 10:30 am
11:30 am - 2:30 pm
6:30 pm - 10:30 pm
Thursday
7:30 am - 10:30 am
11:30 am - 2:30 pm
6:30 pm - 11:00 pm
Friday
7:30 am - 10:30 am
11:30 am - 2:30 pm
6:00 pm - 11:00 pm

Address

Cocotte
2 Dickson Road
Singapore 209494

Menu Highlights

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Appetizers

ORGANIC GARDEN SALAD

A medley of fresh organic garden vegetables from Hatiku Organic Farm
$6.00

SOUP DU JOUR

$6.00

SEASONAL ORGANIC VEGETABLES IN BEURRE NOISETTE

Tossed in crushed hazelnuts & citrus brown butter.
$6.00

PEAR & BLEU D’AUVERGNE SALAD

Tossed in a toasted hazelnut-lemon vinaigrette & mixed greens.
$16.00

DUCK RILLETTES

$18.00

CHICKEN LIVER MOUSSE

$16.00
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Mains

POULET RôTI

Whole roast chicken, using cage free, antibiotic & hormone free chicken. Served with seasonal vegetables & madeira gravy
$60.00

WHOLE BEEF SHORT RIB BOURGUIGNON

$44.00

300G CHARGRILLED RIBEYE STEAK

$48.00
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Meat

HOMEMADE BAKED BEANS

With smokey French bacon, sous vide egg & citrus oil.
$9.00

DUCK RILLETTES

$18.00

CHICKEN LIVER MOUSSE

$16.00

BEEF BOURGUIGNON

Braised red wine marinated beef shortrib with potato puree.
$24.00

Roast Pork Collar

Australian free range pork collar slowly cooked with a creamy mustard sauce. Served with seasonal vegetables.
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Desserts

CREME BRULEE

$8.00

BABA AU RHUM

$14.00

FRESH CHEESE TART

$14.00

Main Menu

A la carte breakfast menu

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More about Cocotte, Singapore

Check out Cocotte's set lunch and A la Carte menus!

Located on the ground floor of the Wanderlust Hotel in Singapore’s Little India, Cocotte is a rustic French restaurant working towards sustainability. Helmed by Chef Anthony Yeoh, who advocates traceability and honesty in all ingredients used, the restaurant's menu is thoughtfully crafted and conscious of its impact on both the community and the environment. Cocotte actively engages in sustainable sourcing with the use of unadulterated ingredients such as barn-raised eggs, grass-fed cows, as well as organic vegetables from a local organic farm making its way to the kitchen. These carefully selected ingredients translate to hearty traditional dishes with flavours akin to those from the French countryside and are served in sharing portions.

The Singapore dining hall's rustic furnishings and intimate ambience further encourages communal dining and interaction between diners. Expect to find comforting French favourites such as mussels mariniere, signature poulet roti, as well as roast pork collar on Cocotte in Little India’s a la carte menu. Guided by seasonality, The Grower's Table set menu features ingredients fresh in from the farm, bringing a farm-to-table dining experience to the local scene. On weekends, Cocotte's brunch trolleys are laden with a variety of brunch savouries and sweets and is pushed around the dining hall for diners to choose from. We recommend making a reservation for this foodie favourite on Dickson Road.Located on the ground floor of the Wanderlust Hotel in Singapore’s Little India, Cocotte is a rustic French restaurant working towards sustainability. Helmed by Chef Anthony Yeoh, who advocates traceability and honesty in all ingredients used, the restaurant's menu is thoughtfully crafted and conscious of its impact on both the community and the environment. Cocotte actively engages in sustainable sourcing with the use of unadulterated ingredients such as barn-raised eggs, grass-fed cows, as well as organic vegetables from a local organic farm making its way to the kitchen. These carefully selected ingredients translate to hearty traditional dishes with flavours akin to those from the French countryside and are served in sharing portions.

The Singapore dining hall's rustic furnishings and intimate ambience further encourages communal dining and interaction between diners. Expect to find comforting French favourites such as mussels mariniere, signature poulet roti, as well as roast pork collar on Cocotte in Little India’s a la carte menu. Guided by seasonality, The Grower's Table set menu features ingredients fresh in from the farm, bringing a farm-to-table dining experience to the local scene. On weekends, Cocotte's brunch trolleys are laden with a variety of brunch savouries and sweets and is pushed around the dining hall for diners to choose from. We recommend making a reservation for this foodie favourite on Dickson Road.

225 Cocotte Reviews

Excellent
5.0/6
225 Reviews
Value for money:Good value
Service:Great
Atmosphere:Pleasant
Food:Great
Noise levels:Pleasant
Waiting time:Very good
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"Excellent"
6/6
Sheegin K.a year ago · 7 reviews

Food is always satisfactory as expected, so is good & attentive services 😃

"Excellent"
6/6
Beng Hui L.a year ago · 2 reviews

Great steak and ambience. Friendly staff too. Highly recommended place for steak under $40. Suitable for date, family gathering and friend gathering. Overall, a great place to dine.

"Excellent"
6/6
Don R.a year ago · 5 reviews

Scrumptious, Unpretentious French cuisine set in a casual laid back environment. The weekend brunch trolleys are to die for!

"Excellent"
6/6
Norman H.a year ago · 1 review

Great quiet place with good ambiance. Food was excellent too. Had the Honeycomb Tripe, Steak Frites & Crepe Caramel. The only food the truly wow-ed me was the Steak Frites, which is also the item that they are famous for. Rest of them are not bad too.

"Good"
4/6
Tracey S.a year ago · 3 reviews

My fourth time at Cocotte and the first time I have been disappointed. The food was very good - the beef cooked just right and the mushroom soup as usual delicious. However, the service standard of the staff was very poor and at times quite rude. When met at the front desk I recognised the waiter from previous visits and smiled and said a strong, familiar hello. He didn't speak, so I said "hello"and smiled again. He responded with a low key 'hi, do you have reservation?' I said yes I did, said my name and he just turned and led us to the table without a word of welcome or pleasantry. The waiter at our table clearly was miserable and somehow resented his job, he was flippant, difficult to understand and very patronising in his tone. When he brought plates he was clumsy in delivery and then when he cleared them he would just say "you done?' and reach across us and take the stuff roughly away. When I asked a third waiter if we could have more bread, he responded "we charge for bread!" I asked how much, and he almost shouted at me "$1.20 a piece!". I don't know whether they had had an argument but they were all three really grumpy with us as guests. We all noticed it individually and only remarked on it at the end. I won't visit again for a while and hope that the usual courtesy and friendliness returns in the mean time.

"Great"
5/6
Tracey S.a year ago · 3 reviews

Great food and good service. The music can be rather loud and with a heavy base beat and as most people go to Cocotte for the food and conversation then the music is a bit overload. However, when I asked for the music to be turned down a little it was - straight away and very effectively. My friend and I were then able to enjoy what we went to Cocotte for - excellent food and a good catch up conversation which we could both hear without shouting. We had a great evening.

"Excellent"
6/6
Kristina L.a year ago · 4 reviews

Went there for brunch with 3 girls friends for my birthday. We all really enjoyed it. Food was served to us in a trolley which was really cool. There was a lot of food and all were amazing. Started with salad and prawns, then salmon quiche (which was my favorite), sea bass (also really good), beef tongue, and kind of a ham sandwich. Then there was chicken couscous, also really good. Then a pork dish dish, then beef, there may have been one more that I forgot. Then to finish off there were 5 types of desert. The salted caramel sauce with the cream was so good! We had to ask for extra and basically dipped all our dessert in it. At $59 for the food and $40 for prosecco over a 3-hour affair, I think it's well worth it. Been telling all my friends about it and will definitely be back.

"Great"
5/6
Andy K.a year ago · 1 review

This is my second visit in almost 4 years and the difference was happily astounding! My carnivorous dining friends were well pleased to eat here. All our meat dishes were variously well done as were the roasted vegetables that garnished each dish. Our group enjoyed the pork chop, Côte de beouf as well as the Poulet. The simple salads: Garden and Pear were fresh, delicate and tastefully seasoned. Also, the duck fat fries complemented our meal perfectly. Less impressive was the sea bass, which our non-meat eating friend thought was tasty but bony. Sadly there was not really much to choose for vegetarians. Having over-indulged on our starters and main, we skipped dessert, which perhaps was our loss. The service was attentive and generously helpful, although a busier Friday evening may challenge. The wine list was understandably weighted toward the French but some of my group found the cocktails and bottled beers equally as diverting as the house-pour Chilean Cabernet. Happily come again!

"Great"
5/6
Leow W.a year ago · 3 reviews

Tried the 5-course Cocotte Table menu and winners were definitely the live blue mussels & clams, home made duck rillettes and the pate de Campagne -- they were lightly flavoured and not overwhelmed with saltiness unlike some other establishments. Worth mention was the little surprised put together for husband's birthday -- instead of their regular panna cotta (vanilla flavoured), they sent across a Pandan flavoured panna cotta in addition to the dessert already covered in the 5-course menu. A delight indeed!

"Great"
5/6
Yelyn Y.a year ago · 1 review

Lovely place in an unique neighbourhood. Aesthetically very appealing, peaceful atmosphere. Service staff very attentive - especially with our water refills. We never had to ask for a refill once! Our steak took pretty long to arrive ... thankfully, it was absolutely delicious. That cheesy potato side was heavenly & the perfect accompaniment to the steak. Overall, my friends & I had an amazing time at Cocotte, we'll definitely be back. Thank you!