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À la Belle Cocotte

Delightfully slow-cooked dishes that follow the whims of the seasons and whatever tickles the chef’s fancy, arrive at your table in cast-iron casserole pots. Cold pea soup with feta and smoked duck breast; filet of bass with a leek, mushroom, and ginger bouillon. “A well-stocked wine rack (changes regularly), many of which can be taken home, and advice generously lavished upon customers by an eloquent sommelier,” so the customers say. Quiet outdoor terrace on a pedestrian-only street overlooking Église Saint-Nicolas.

Examples of main courses:

Cocotte of whelks, lentils and mushrooms in beurre blanc.
Slow-cooked piglet with clams, potatoes and cilantro.
Creamy rice pudding, salted butter caramel, pecan nougatine.

Practical informations:

Lunch: M T W T F S S / €11.90 / €16.90 (week)
Dinner: M T W T F S S / €16 / €27.50 (week)
Handicapped person can access to the room.


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6 rue Cacault
44000 Nantes
Tél. : 02 51 72 01 81
www.alabellecocotte.fr
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