About Coquette Brasserie
Urban Food Group presents a classic brasserie serving casual French food in a stunningly beautiful environment. The area's only pewter bar is surrounded by temperature controlled wine cases, marble top tables and dark wood. Service is crisp, professional and friendly. Dress is city casual.
Raleigh, NC 27609
Hours of Operation:
Brunch Sunday 10:00am to 3:00pm
Mid Day Monday-Sunday 3:00pm to 5:00pm
Lunch Monday-Friday 11:00am to 3:00pm
Saturday 11:00am to 3:00pm
Dinner Monday-Thursday 5:00pm to 10:00pm
Friday-Saturday 5:00pm to 11:00pm
Sunday 5:00pm to 9:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
We handle off premise functions of all types. Please inquire at our website, or call directly and we will get you in touch with our private party coord.
We offer a large parking lot directly in front of the restaurant along with valet services on Fri & Sat evenings provided by the North Hills staff. There is also a large underground parking deck which has several elevators and escalators bringing our guests up to the street level just steps away from our entrances.
The local bus system has a stop less than 100 yards away from our door.
Private Party Facilities:
Our private room accommodates fifty persons seated for lunch/dinner or can comfortably host a cocktail party for seventy-five. We are happy to customize an event to your specific needs and wants making your party the most memorable affair.
Private Party Contact:
Whitney Gilliom: (919) 789-0606
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Coquette Brasserie Ratings and Reviews
It was definitely below expectation. We could not order the seafood grande (the main reason I went to Coquette) because we were told they were out of lobster. We wanted to order duck breast and was told they were out of duck breast. 3rd choice was to order pork chop but was told it was only offered on Tuesday.
Ordered a chicken dish and it was full of grease-
Sunday brunch date with the hubby. I had the french toast and bacon and he had the pancakes, eggs over well, and bacon and everything was delicious. The mimosas and the customer service were awesome. The restaurant was very crowded on Sunday afternoon, I was very happy that we made reservations. We are looking forward to going back to try dinner.
Visiting Raleigh for the weekend and came here for brunch. The Quiche Lorraine was tall, light and fluffy. Probably the best I've have. French onion soup was rich and filling just as it should be. On the waiter's recommendation opted for a fresh greyhound with pink grapefruit juice vs. the standard bloody mary. Turned out to be a great aperitif for a big brunch.
Very cute re-creation of a French brasserie -- pewter bar, tile floors, smallish tables.
The deep-fried brussels sprouts were great, as was the baguette and butter. Unfortunately, better versions of the trout and duck entrees are available around the Triangle.
We ordered the truffle fries which were delicious, perfect, and then the chicken crepes. Mine was barely warm and just OK. My sister's was full of gristle and she could not eat hers. The restaurant itself was beautiful and we were happy to be trying it for the first time. We did not order the quiche we were going to because some old friends happened to be there and told us not to because this dish light and fluffy instead of the traditional heavy quiche with rich flavor.
This is the second year in a row that I have taken my wife to this restaurant on Valentine's Day and the second year in a row that they have run out of the food I wanted on their preset Valentine's menu. I'm not sure what the deal is. The food, the service, the atmosphere is great, but I chose this place now twice over other establishments because of the menu... AND I DID NOT GET WHAT I CAME FOR!!! That's frustrating, also we had 8:45 reservations and I'm pretty sure we didn't get seated till 9:20. Not their fault but frustrating. The restaurant was cold, my wife wore her coat the whole night and nobody asked if she was ok.
I may not choose them again unless I get a 7 pm reservation, or I won't get what I came for. Kinda put a cloud over the what would have been awesome experience. Food that we did get was good, waiter was kind.
Made a reservation and upon arrival still had to wait 30 min before seated (party of 2). They offered a fixed menu (which most do on V day) yet ran out of several items on the menu. Wait staff was OK. Food was not all that special considering the price (Could have made the dish myself). Would never recommend to anyone nor will I ever be going back.
We found this to be a user friendly restaurant, especially with regard to the staff. Server and hostess were friendly and made us feel welcome. The food was better than average and there were good choices and variety. Ceiling vents above the tables were filthy and need attention before I would return to eat.
We love Coquette! This was the first time sitting in the section with the long booth--I will say the tables are very close together which means you can easily hear what others are saying. We will ask to have our own table next time. Even still--we love the feel of Coquette.
The loaded frites were amazing and our wine (we got a carafe of the Bordeaux) was superb. My bouillabaisse was ok--I think it could have been more flavorful, but the hanger steak my husband got was just right. The creme brûlée at the end was perfect. We will be back!
I've only been here for brunch - the atmosphere is beautiful. Reminds me of a true french cafe....gotta love the $2 mimosas! I've had the quiche and its yummy, last time I had a salad with grilled chicken on it. It was okay, not much flavor so somewhat disappointed.
Our party of four were promptly seated. We were promptly addressed by our waiter. The timing and presentation of our appetizer and main dishes were spot-on. Generally speaking, the food was good. On a critical note, the 2 lattes that we ordered and the one coffee were luke-warm. The quiche had a very cool section of the otherwise impeccable dish.
Service was good and food served quickly. The food Had great flavor however it was cool, like it had been prepared much earlier and put in a warming area. The one thing we do expect is hot food particularly when it is not an overly busy night. This happened the last time we were at CB for brunch.
Met friends for Sunday brunch. Our reservation was early (11:15), but there was quite a crowd, and we weren't seated for nearly 30 minutes. There was very little space to stand and wait as the bar area was full and many people were waiting. We enjoyed our meal of steak frites and Eggs Benedict, once we were seated, although we had to request knives as the table had been reset without them.
This is first time back in about 3 months to this restaurant which we always enjoyed all prior visits. This visit was not so good. Waiter very prompt and made great choice on bottle of wine for us based on what we like. I ordered Clam soup which was ok my hubby ordered french onion which was perfect. I ordered Cog au vin which was dry and potatoes looked and tasted like they were reheated several times over. My hubby ordered Lamb Shank and although it appeared to be cooked when he cut into it, it was frozen in the middle. Needless to say this may be the issue. Freezing dinners and reheating them??? Told waiter and they offered to bring another one out which took over 20 mins, when it came out they were apologetic again. Hubby lost appetite at this point and they did wrap it up to go and took it off our bill. When the box got home it went in the garbage along with the review to this restaurant which used to be good. Will not be going back to be disappointed. Wish I was able to give a more positive feedback.
Was wife's 80th Birthday. Outstanding Food and Service!! WAY too loud. Conversation was not possible. Very sad. No way it could be thought of as romantic or for a date. Will probably go back because of the food and service but not if it is with friends who like to visit.
I absolutely love this place. The food is exceptional and the service is exemplary. We were having a girl's night out for restaurant week and the menu was delectable. Everything worked together and our server had excellent recommendations for wines to pair. I always recommend this place for a romantic dinner, girls night, special event celebration spot, and anything in between. I've never had a bad experience here and it's usually my first choice for a local place to meet up with friends. Excellent!
My friend and I went for Restaurant Week. The restaurant has a cute French cafe-like decor that makes you feel like you're no longer in North Hills. The beef bourguignon was so tender and very filling. The salmon dish is probably more reasonably priced during lunch. Would probably come back again.
My first visit, and we went for a Restaurant Week 3-course special. I suppose I expected it to be a bit more 'French', so was somewhat disappointed in the menu selections that seemed rather standard fare. Food was fine, portions okay, and value reasonable given the special price for the offer. Regular menu items and what I saw on other people's plates made the prices seem high for the value. Wine and beer selections were okay, but nothing of great value. I would potentially try it again, but I'm in no rush.
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