Can’t say enough about the fabulous meal, service, atmosphere and overall experience at this great French bistro tucked away off south Maple Grove.
As you can see by the chalkboard (no printed menu – offerings change daily and are at a price point at the high-end of what can be found around the Treasure Valley. But the quality and offerings stand up to the price. There’s also no wine list – because half the store is filled with bottles from around the world that you can peruse and bring back to your table. We settled on Les Closiers Chateauneuf-du-Pape 2003 and enjoyed the duck and veal while listening to crooner Adam Gottesman singing the great standards daily (including my favorite – Fly Me to The Moon)
Be prepared for a relaxed meal. Once you are seated your table is yours for the night – even if you get there at 6. You’re encouraged to sit back, relax, take your time with your food and companion, and savor the experience.
Well worth it for the special occassion – or just to feel like you’ve been transported somewhere else.
Highly recommend a journey to Le Coc Rouge Brasserie ((208) 376-9463)
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