Time Out says
The concept of cocottes at this restaurant isn’t too different from tapas. Diners are encouraged to order a few cocottes to make sure they have a hearty meal. Despite it being a French restaurant – which usually suffers from a pre-conceived notion of having expensive and complicated food – Cocott’ is much more casual than one would expect. The wooden floors coupled with high windows give the place a very homey vibe, while the sleek wooden tables and bar counter lend a hint of sophistication.
Their Australian grain-fed beef rib-eye is worth a try just for its accompanying red onion and Dijon mustard marmalade. The robust flavours of the onion and marmalade go perfectly with a piece of medium cooked steak. If you want fish instead, opt for the poached salmon with chicken and coconut floss gremolata – an Italian chopped herbed condiment.