Coquette Brasserie

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9 Responses

  1. deMandy says:

    I just had my baby so I’d love to give Coquette another shot once I’m able to escape my house again!

  2. Mandy,

    I am very sorry to hear that Coquette did not provide you with an enjoyable experience. Our goal is to provide a quality product in a hospitable and welcoming environment, and we did not do this. There is never an excuse for poor service and lack luster food. I hope that you give us an opportunity to rectify this experience in the future. I encourage you to contact me personally at

    Matthew Bettinger
    Assistant Manager
    Coquette Brassiere

  3. Tyler says:

    1) I’ll give you the service thing. Unfortunately you are more likely than not to get a hungover waiter on a brunch shift. Waiters and chefs hate that shift. They have to some in early the morning after the one night a week they get to hang out with their friends that have straight jobs. It sucks, and brunch patrons tend to be people that don’t dine out much. That doesn’t excuse a waiter screwing up.
    2) Brunch is one morning a week, in most restaurants. That means the kitchen staff has to prep and cook a completely different menu, with faster turnover and pickier customers. They HATE it. Give the restaurant a shot at being a real restaurant that serves, you know, dinner.

    Muscles…. hahahaha. Were they stringy?

  4. burgeoningfoodie says:

    Yeah I saw that Bland left too for some reason. I had a great experience there during the Triangle Restaurant week last year. I hope that Bland leaving doesn’t mean the beginning of the end. Glad I’ve got Vin Rouge and Rue Cler nearby.

  5. Drew says:

    I’ve eaten at Coquette for brunch, lunch, and dinner. Brunch is definitely their weakest meal (dinner was best). Chef Rob Bland apparently left Coquette a couple weeks ago? I hope this is just a glitch and they get back to the good stuff soon.

  6. maggie alcock says:

    this was a great restaurant when it first opened but has gone way down, last meal we had there was awful!
    onion soup tasted like lipton, muscles were okay but not worth eating, coffee was lukewarm and served out of a thermal carafe, even though we were there for an early dinner, we have heard from several friends that they no longer eat their

  7. deMandy says:

    Looks like it opened late Oct 2008. I was suprised too, having read so many good things. Maybe it was a quirk? I dunno!

  8. The Gourmez says:

    I’ve only recently heard about Coquette and yours is the first somewhat negative review I’ve seen–always good to have both reactions before I try a new place. Do you know how long they’ve been open?

  1. January 17, 2010

    New review posted with pics, Coquette Brasserie in North Hills: #dining #review #food #raleigh

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