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<<20th March, 2017 – Hong Kong>> Nestled in the cozy yet trendy NoHo of Hong Kong, Cocotte exudes an ambiance that welcomes and indulges. With delicious French cuisine, this slice of Paris in Hong Kong is an establishment frequented by connoisseurs. With Easter right around the corner, Cocotte has prepared a lavish spread and exciting activities to commemorate the season.
An occasion perfect for the entire family, Cocotte will host an Easter Egg hunt everyday at 1pm on Shin Hing Street. Hints will be given as the kids keep a lookout for the coveted golden egg. The lucky child who finds the magical golden egg will win a generous 3 pounds of chocolate candy. In addition, a magician who has all sorts of tricks up his sleeve will captivate both adults and children alike.
Served from 14 – 17 April, Cocotte’s Easter Brunch includes the perfect dishes to start the morning off right. Sweet with a side of indulgent, the Strawberry and Chocolate Pancakes (HK$100) are sumptuously garnished with fresh strawberries, chocolate sauce and vanilla whipped cream. Diners who prefer savory dishes will enjoy the Les Brouillades, scrambled eggs with an array of premium fresh ingredients like smoked salmon, capers and red onions (HK$120). Another delectable savory delight is the Organic Japanese Poached Egg with Toasted English Muffin. Served with an option of country ham, mustard spread and hollandaise (HK$100) or spicy guacamole, tomatoes and hollandaise (HK$100) for vegetarians, this dish is a treat for diners with a host of amazing flavors. For an extra egg-y Easter celebration, try the Two Eggs and His Minions (HK$110), a dish that features two eggs of any style accompanied by roasted cherry tomatoes, new potatoes and bacon. A dish that keeps on giving, the Grass Fed Beef Bavette & Egg (HK$210) features Australian flank steak, sunny egg, roasted new potatoes and green beans.
With the Easter season in mind, the masterful chefs at Cocotte have carefully crafted additional special dishes like the Sautéed Blue Lobster Linguini with a creamy bisque sauce (HK$290) that boasts some of the freshest seafood in Hong Kong. For an additional HK$150, diners can top their Salmon Benedict with Oscietra Caviar. Perfect for an intimate date, the Valrhona Chocolate Fondue (HK$200 for two persons) is served with fresh strawberries, bananas, homemade marshmallows and toasted brioche.
Experiencing a hangover from the Easter festivities? Cocotte has prepared a comprehensive Hangover Set (HK$250) for you with Bloody or Virgin Mary spiked with horseradish and Tabasco, a shot of Espresso, smoked salmon on bagel and Two Eggs and His Minion.
Diners in search of a boozy brunch need not look no further as the restaurant’s brunch includes 2 hours of free-flow Louis Roederer champagne, house wines, prosecco, house mixers and soft, cold and hot drinks for HK$390.
For a delightful Easter celebration this year, Cocotte is the place to be with scrumptious dishes and amazing beverage options.
A Parisian brasserie-inspired restaurant in the quaint neighbourhood of NoHo, Cocotte is the chic, relaxed and casual concept of French brothers Jonathan, Brice and Petrous Moldovan. Designed as an intimate, vibrant space featuring eclectic wallpapers, mid-century lines and art deco curves. Cocotte focuses on seasonal ingredients and offers home-cooked like dishes with a gastro touch, presenting a refined and modern take on French favourites. We look forward to welcoming you to our petit slice of Paris in the heart of Hong Kong’s dining district.
Address: 9 Shin Hing Street, Central, Hong Kong