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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
The onion soup was very flavorful and the coq au vin was simply the best I've ever eaten. The duck would be better served with more sweet potato purée (it was just for color) but was otherwise fine. I took a chance on the lemon-blueberry clafoutis and I enjoyed it very much - not overly sweet. The marble tables can be on the cold side, so you may want long sleeves. The service was attentive and I will definitely be back.
I ordered Duck. It was very tough and had little taste. The vegetables that came with it were hard. My wife ordered the beef bourgogne and it was not the French style of beef bourgogne.
We had been there about 2 years ago and it was excellent, so very disappointed this time.
But the service was good and love he ambiance.
This is the second time we've done a brunch get-together at Coquette, and we've been thrilled with the food every time. I've had the croque madame, and can't endorse it enough. The crepes are wonderful and the quiche is giant. The atmosphere is perfect, the service was prompt and welcoming, and our reservation was fulfilled on time. This is one of the most consistent and decadent places in the triangle!
The food and service was great . We made reservation for 345 pm not realizing that dinner menu didn't began until 500pm . The food was ok but the menu was very limited.
I was disoppointed so make sure when making reservation that your appointed time will match your expectation .
I specifically asked the waiter if the meat in the mussels were larger than a pinky finger nail and he assured me they were. I was very disappointed that this was not the case. They were very small and I would not have ordered them. If the waiter did not know he should have at least asked the chef. Other than that the fries were good and the Brussels sprout dish was very tasty. Hubby had a burger and enjoyed it.
The food was delicious but the waiter really brought the whole experience down. He was slow, they were not 1/2 full of customers. I had to beg for a 2nd glass of wine and we were not offered coffee/tea after our meal. Waited forever for our bill to come and longer to settle it.
Really wanted a great meal with good service and wine choices on the rare night off. It was an apparent slow night in the restaurant but the service was still great (our waitress was conversational, helpful and polite), and the food was outstandingly delicious. Coq à vin fell apart and was incredible. Bœuf bourguignon was great too (sub the noodles for mashed taters!) My food belly and I are still pleased from this meal even a couple hours later.
This is a restaurant that I frequent often and appreciate the seasonal changes to the menu. Always well prepared selections, and well presented. The bread basket and butter are a treat. Service has always been very good--even when the restaurant is filled with customers.
Another wonderful visit! Coquette has become my go-to brunch spot. The quiche is always amazing, whether it be the 'of the day' or 'lorraine.' Truffle fries can't be beat. The coffee is strong, hot and plentiful. Our server was fun and on top of things. All in all, I'm trying to justify going back next Sunday. = )
This is always a great spot for dinner and celebrations. We normally sit at a high top in the bar which is quite spacious and energetic. Our waiter has been there since it opened eight years ago. He was excellent, patient and knowledgeable.
We live 20 minutes away and happy to make the drive.
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.
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