Coquette continues to serve some really good food. On a recent visit, the coq au vin was fabulous, and enough for two meals. Spouse said the beef bourguignon was also really good, and again, enough for two meals. So, plan to take some good food home with you.
My only complaints: The bread wasn't so great. Usually the house rye bread is so good, but this time it was undercooked and gummy. I don't know if they've changed the recipe or what. The other French-style bread offered wasn't so great, either. My view is that a French restaurant should have fabulous bread, especially given the availability of good bread in this area from various stores and bakeries (La Farm?). I also had a French Broad beer, which didn't taste so good, but maybe this was just me.
But, again, the two entrees were fabulous. For dessert we shared the beignets, three rather small ones accompanied with a chocolate sauce and a fruit-based sauce. It was all really good, but don't expect a big dessert, especially if sharing.
Service was perfectly fine. Our meal was overall very good, and we'll be back. But, maybe not five stars this time.
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