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Le Coq Rico - Paris, France

 Le Coq Rico Le Bistrot by Chef Antoine Westermann, the restaurant is also the self-titled cookbook!
 Bread and Butter!
 Seated at the window with a view of a windmill =)
 Aperitif to start! (Champagne)
 Selected Mersault 2009 - Domaine Fabien Coche
 Poured and presented in front of you!
 Soups and Chicken Consommes
(Chicken & celery consomme, duck foie gras raviole) EUR16
 Le Entree
 The chicken giblets platter
(Consist of Pan-fried poultry livers & hearts, fried wings, spiced cromesquis) EUR15
 Pigeon from Mesquer
(Salmis sauce, caramelized cabbage, Grelot Onions, Bacon & Celery Mousseline) EUR39
 Bacon & Celery mousseline on the side
I must say the sauce is AMAZING!
 macaroni au gratin
  Spit roasts quarter free-range chicken from Challans Served with macaroni au gratin and salad.
 The Quarter free-range chicken from Challans EUR22
 Brioche French toast, beer ice cream & caramelized pears EUR15
Chocolate truffle & Petite cafe (Espresso)!

I must say, Le Coq Rico took me by surprise, the simplicity yet classical French technique mastered by Chef Antoine Westermann was spot on.

I couldn't find any fault having lunch here! The wine list are impeccable! My Mersault Rouge wine was a good year and the highlight would be the platter of chicken giblets, the pigeon dish and macaroni! The spit roast chicken is perfect and moist. The dessert were equally outstanding too! 
Beer ice cream is ingenious! (Altho I had experience before in Bali)
Ambience and decor is modern and clean, which is what I like! Let the food do the talking! 

I highly recommend Le Coq Rico for lunch and dinner! Be sure to reserve! 
Their menu are priced fairly. I would go back to Le Coq Rico whenever I crave a well cook bird!
I had my fairshare of exorbitantly price restaurant with even lower food quality and standard.

What I like about this restaurant, you can tell they are really French.
They disclosed all their organic sources of their poultry and eggs.

Super Amazing lunch here, definitely wanna go back to try other dishes!

Pictures by Mak Sin Wee

Le Coq Rico - Paris, France Reviewed by Ah Wee on 12:06 PM Rating: 5

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