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Cocagne quickie

johnnyboy | May 19, 2009 05:42 PM

Quick review on a weekday visit to Bistro Cocagne ( - excellent food all around, prices extremely reasonable for this level of cuisine (they offer a 2-course dinner menu for 26$, 3-course for 35$, and a tasting menu for 55$), fare is what could be called inventive bistro, with seasonal products, very competently done - chef Alexandre Loiseau was head chef at the regretted La Bastide, and also worked at Toqué apparently. Service friendly and helpful if not terribly polished. An excellent value, I'm not sure why it's apparently not that popular (or talked about on this board). On a wednesday night, there were 4 tables occupied. Go while it's still open !

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