Pasta, French, Seafood, le Paradis Brasserie Bistro french, wvrst american.
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A bar greets guests with black stools with comfy red cushions.
Wine and beer comes by the glass, Â litre or bottle, and prosecco and champagne offer some bubbles.Are you sure you want to delete this answer?Is this your restaurant?Reservations, price Point - Cheap Eats (Under 10) - Moderate (11-25) - Expensive (25-50) - Very Pricey (Over 50 wiFi.Grazie Ristorante, Coquine has channels the interior decor of a Parisian bistro, brimming with those kitschy Martini vermouth posters, tiled floors and mirrored everything.No, outdoor Seats, hours, add Hours, restaurant Description.It's the perfect sized portion and the hit of greens with a lemony vinaigrette provides a nice contrast to the weight of the eggs.Staff seem to know everyone, and seasoned servers make sure they are equal parts charming and entertaining.Coquine welcomes private parties in a dedicated event space as well as offering a full catering menu.The presentation is sweet, with raspberry coulis swirl and a minimal two berries to fight over.Parking, good for Kids, attire, dressy casual, alcohol.
Our Art-Deco inspired lounge will accommodate up to 65 people in a stand-up event.
It's nice enough for your dinner, just as Quince, across Yonge Street, would.
Think of Coquine for your next corporate or private cocktail party.
Escargots (9) come soaked in a buttery Pernod echange plasmatique indication base topped with Gruyere cheese and a toasted baguette, and were so good I wanted to cancel my main and just re-order more.
Owned by Rob Prete, formerly of nearby.
Let your guests taste their way through our international wine list or choose one of our bartender-created cocktails.My friend's Salade du thon (15) is basically a gussied up tuna salad with omega heavy avocado and eggs.If you want some place more upscale try Scaramouche.The warm cake oozes out the good stuff, but we pretty much balked at finishing.Chef Sandro Bustamante (formerly of Gooderham House and Shark City) maintains a typical Parisian menu: staples like mussels, croque monsieur, and steak frites unsurprisingly dominate the menu, while a rotation of daily specials keep things interesting.
The coffee (3) helped to neutralize the sugar buzz and refills were offered a few times.
Additional Dining Info, delivery, no, payment, accepts Credit Cards.
Cocktails are also nifty, with a cheeky chalkboard sign advertising their barrel aged manhattan (14).