Great food that represents the New Orleans culture. It is small and there was an extremely loud drunk party of 5 that made talking and hearing difficult but the food and service were excellent!
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Six of us stopped in here for a Sunday brunch on our way to visit the WWII Museum. The food here is eclectic, fresh and innovative. The chef was kind enough to reconfigure one of his dishes to cater to my allergy to garlic. Fried...More
My girlfriend and I happened to stumble upon this restaurant while walk down Magazine Street. It was closed at the time, but had a sign that said "No Menu Tuesdays" which meant it was a chef-picked 5 course meal with optional wine pairing. We made...More
Cannot say enough wonderful things about our last brunch at Coquette. Had the fried chicken to share along with the grits and heirloom tomatoes. With the chicken to share you also get bread and butter pickles, deviled eggs (delicious!), biscuits, and a side of the...More
Really enjoyed our meal here. Felt more like a local restaurant than a touristy one which we loved. Loved the whiskey flight, the English Peas, the Snapper Crudo, the Wagyu Beef. They were very conscious of our daughter's peanut allergy which we appreciated.
Especially enjoyed the whole fried chicken for lunch. Delicious and wonderfully fried with stuffed eggs ,fantastic biscuits, and a side of cantaloupe with house made pickles. Enough to munch on for the rest of the week. The mixed drinks- a bloody Mary and a Ramos...More
We made dinner reservations at Coquette. It's a nice little place with a cute ambience. The menu I thought did not sound super good. We ordered two small and one large plate. The small plates 1. pickled gulf shrimp, pied de cochon, egg yolk mousse...More
The Bread was Awesome! All down Hill from There. Extreamly Over Priced for Mediocre food and Tiny Portions. My wife and 2 friends split the $100 Steak. Was Told It was Wagu from Louisiana. It can only be labeled Wagu if it is from Japan....More
A group of friends and I came here for dinner while in Nola for a bachelorette party. It has cool decor, attentive waitstaff, and a solid menu. We started out sharing the catfish dip which was very good. For my entree I ordered the snapper,...More