Everything was immaculate: food, service, and ambience. The main course was served in deconstructed parts, which I thought was very different. While being here was an exciting experience, the food was incredibly expensive; be prepared to spend at least a couple hundred dollars per person. Also, dress nicely, because it’s a very elegant, romantic space.
Went here for an anniversary dinner and it had the perfect ambiance and great decor. We ordered the duck for two and what succulent taste! Dessert was excellent and sweet. It was a perfect dinner and a perfect way to the end the night. Waitress was attentive and answered all our inquires. Highly recommended for a romantic night out.
Beautiful and elegant place with amazing ambiance. Food i think was generally good but nothing too out of this world. (Also may be a bit biased because i’m not too fond of French cuisine). But nonetheless it was still a good meal. I believe we got set meals to share so we could try more and it felt like a good decision. Restaurant is generally pricey but i can see why they especially for the service, ambiance and food.
Le Coucou is a renowned French restaurant located in New York City’s SoHo neighborhood. Led by chef Daniel Rose, the restaurant features an elegant interior with classic French decor. The menu offers a range of traditional French dishes, including escargots, bouillabaisse, and foie gras, as well as an extensive wine list.
Refined French fare, such as lobster, rabbit, duck & foie gras, served in an airy, elegant setting.