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Named af­ter a cast-iron pot widely used in tra­di­tional French cook­ing, din­ers can look for­ward to a hearty and fuss-free din­ing ex­pe­ri­ence at Co­cott’.

Ob­vi­ous en­trees of pan-seared foie gras and baked es­car­gots give an in­tro­duc­tion to the rich flavours to come. The foie gras is treated with just the right amount of heat, its af­ter­math nei­ther raw or dried out. Like­wise, for the gar­lic but­ter and herbs-in­fused es­car­got, which are sat­is­fy­ingly chewy.

Beef bour­guignon, a much- loved tra­di­tional French stew is per­fectly cooked as the meat is ten­der and juicy, com­ple­mented with a red wine gravy that is good to the last lick. The flamed cured mack­erel will de­light seafood lovers with its lean cut smoth­ered in an invit­ing cit­rusy sauce. A hearty coun­try dish of rata­touille, fea­tur­ing egg­plant, zuc­chini, tomato, herbs, olive oil and other fresh sea­sonal veg­eta­bles is a healthy choice to bal­ance out the pro­teins.

Desserts-wise, the Val­rhona choco­late & rasp­berry moelleux is a plea­sur­able molten lava cake paired with rasp­berry sor­bet. Equally de­light­ful is the mango tatin, hav­ing slices of suc­cu­lent fruit caramelised and served with a re­fresh­ing mango sor­bet.

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