Coquine bistro toronto

Flecked with chunks of celery, green pepper and red onion it's a decent salad, but just not really great value for.
Wine and beer comes by the glass, Â litre or bottle, and prosecco and champagne offer some bubbles.Chef Sandro Bustamante (formerly of Gooderham House and Shark City) maintains a typical Parisian menu: staples like mussels, croque monsieur, and steak frites unsurprisingly dominate the menu, while a rotation of daily specials keep things interesting.Staff seem to know everyone, and seasoned servers make sure they are equal parts charming and entertaining.Are you sure you want to delete this answer?The presentation is sweet, with raspberry coulis swirl and a minimal two berries to fight over.Coquine welcomes private parties in a dedicated event space as well as offering a full catering menu.It is not wheel chair accessible).Choose from high-quality ingredients in small bites to share, mains or a set menu.In business for over five years, the restaurant took over from the old Manor Arms Pub.It's the perfect sized portion and the hit of greens with a lemony vinaigrette provides a nice contrast to the weight of the eggs.Frenched up with duck confit and brie, this massive portion was over the top rich and satisfying, just a touch too salty.We offer a wide selection of Hors Doeuvres or we would be happy to create a exclusive menu for your party.Let your guests taste their way through our international wine list or choose one of our bartender-created cocktails.Grazie Ristorante, Coquine has channels the interior decor of a Parisian bistro, brimming with those kitschy Martini vermouth posters, tiled floors and mirrored everything.And I mean bustling - on a recent visit for lunch on a Tuesday the place was packed with suits, ladies who lunch, and Yonge and Egg-er's looking for a tipple to wash down their fine French food.If you want some place more upscale rencontre coquine bourg en bresse try Scaramouche.