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La Cocotte names the cast iron pot used to make french casseroles. As you an guess, this is the focus of La Cocotte's French-inspired cuisine. The North African chef behind it all, Chef Fabien Vergé, has worked in a series of Michelin Star restaurants before journeying to Taipei to serve epicurean recreations of his beloved grandmother's cooking. The restaurant itself has the quaint charm we've typically come to associate with Parisian bistros.
Rebuffing the norm of Taipei's French restaurants, the atmosphere in comfortably casual, the service cheerful and the prices reasonable. To make the most of a dollar in La Cocotte, order the three-course lunch set menu. La Cocotte is open Wednesday - Sunday for lunch and dinner. Expect to pay +/- $1,000 per person for lunch and $2,000-4000 per person for dinner. The nearest MRT station is Chiang Kai-Shek Memoral Hall MRT station.