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Le Coq & Fils (formerly Le Coq Rico)

Address: 98 rue Lepic, 75018
Hours: Open every day for lunch and dinner
Telephone: +33 1 42 59 82 89
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Le Figaro (2020) praises the “three-star” poultry at this Montmartre restaurant, with particular attention paid to the eight-seat table d’hôtes with stools facing the grill and chef Mezziam Gossont at work.

Condé Nast Traveler (2015) “When restaurateur Antoine Westermann told me that he was opening an all poultry restaurant, I couldn’t believe no one had done it before. He serves perfect roast chicken (or pigeon, duck, or guinea fowl) with crispy fries.”

Simon Says (2014) “Antoine Westermann et Thierry Lébé ont réussi leur coup en accompagnant le courant bistrotier actuel et les produits de qualité du terroir. Pas d’ambition gastronomique, ni touristique, ils  correspondent à l’esprit du quartier avec un plat culte, trop souvent galvaudé.”

Alexander Lobrano (2012) “This restaurant felt as though the entire menu had been pushed through a very expensive computer-generated cost-analysis program at least five times before they unlocked the front doors for the first time… Oh to be sure, they brandish some major brand-name birds on the menu… and their cooking is, as the French would say, “correcte,” but the harsh lighting and total absence of generosity at this restaurant were a heart ache.”

Table à Dêcouvert (2012) “Tous les abats sont là, les oeufs joliment déclinés, les bouillons, les terrines et pâtés, les foies gras…les vedettes rôties… Le tout dans un lieu au charme de maison de bord de mer.”

John Talbott (2012) “Her 22€ chicken was far superior to my 25€ pintade, but, but, but, when the pintade was topped with the cabbage – wow!  The frites were OK, the salad nicely dressed and the bread and Baratte bois butter were outasight.”

4 Replies to “Le Coq & Fils (formerly Le Coq Rico)”

  1. I ate at Le Coq Rico in May…walked right through a big protest at Sacre Coeur to get there! It’s a charming restaurant and I sat at the counter, so I could feel the heat of the chickens being roasted…delicious meal with great side dishes and a warm atmosphere

  2. Just ate here tonight in a mixed party of French and Americans. Couldn’t get a table until 21:45! The service was extremely friendly and professional. Three of the four of us loved our food. The fourth had the poulet au pot and found it to be correcte but not special. The salads were excellent and was the pot pie with shrimps.

  3. Le Coq Rico is a wonderful addition to the Paris food scene. The food is beautifully prepared, and the service is warm and gracious. The restaurant is simple and very attractive with white-washed stone walls. We went three weeks ago and returned last night. Highly recommended.

  4. This new restaurant was an extraordinarily pleasant discovery on a recent trip to Paris. Excellent food, simply prepared, done well. Would have paid two to three times as much for food of this quality in London.

    Very minimal, white, cool decor, but without a whiff of pretension. The place was absolutely packed to the rafters but they found space for us (near the brilliant open kitchen). Menu was very poultry heavy, as you might expect – although fish was also on the menu. Staff were lovely. I wish this restaurant were on my doorstep at home!

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