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“Bon Cocotte!”
Review of Cocotte - CLOSED

Cocotte
Price range: $29 - $31
Cuisines: American, French, Seafood, Contemporary
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Dining options: Breakfast, Private Dining, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Cross street: NE 30th Ave
Transit: TriMet Bus 72, 30th & Killingsworth
Description: Cocotte Bar & Bistro offers delicious seasonal offerings inspired by classic French cuisine, a carefully selected French/Oregon wine list, local and imported beers, and a handcrafted classic cocktail list. The atmosphere is warm and inviting, sophisticated and cozy. Cocotte is your go-to spot for a special occasion, or everyday food and drinks.
Reviewed December 30, 2012

We were in the area so thought we might give this little French restaurant a try. So glad we did! Everything we ordered was amazing, and the atmosphere cozy on a cold wet night. Happy Hour ALL DAY on Sunday. Order the mussles, you won't be disappointed.

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Thank Beachgirl555
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Reviewed December 18, 2012

I love cassoulet, and finding it in the US is not that easy. But I had an excellent dish of it at Cocotte up on Killingsworth in the gentrifying section of NE Portland. Portion was small but very well prepared. Cozy little place with good service. Worth a trip off the beaten track of the many fine restaurants in Portland.

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Thank rfp36
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Reviewed November 26, 2012

This is a neat little restaurant that we found in Portland Oregon.it is very small so reservations are needed.it looks like it was a gas station at one time and now is a neat little bistro.we had onions au gratin they were great also had escargo.the sea bass and the dessert's are very special a must go to place.

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Thank kimowasabi
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Reviewed November 5, 2012

This is more of a neighborhood bistro since it is not in the core of the city, however if you love the food experience you must seek this restaurant out. The cocktails are excellent but the food is even more impressive. This is a gem in the neighborhood. If you are going for the first time order their speial (chicken) if not just try everything! You will have a great dining experience in one of Portland's newly discovered restaurants. You must have reservations though which is its only negative - don't expect to walk in and be seated.

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Thank DanielsonD
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Reviewed October 19, 2012

The atmosphere is funky, yet sophisticated. The serving people are helpful, attentive, informative, but they never hover. AND the food is scrumptious, from the starters, which are interesting and unique, to the entrees which are delicious to the deserts, sinful but irresistible. We had a wonderful time and enjoyed the place, people and food very much.

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Thank Ck23501
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