Coquine - Menu - Portland Coquine - Portland, OR Tock The French word, coquine is a lighthearted chide for a mischievous little girl, or means something a bit more flirtatious when said to a grown-up. So fittingly, our cuisine and ambiance emanate charm with an alluring and playful wink. Coquine : Reviews and photos of The. Coquine - Home, facebook Katy Millard coquinepdx) Instagram photos and videos Brunch, coquine, restaurant Toronto Coquine, chocolate Chip Cookie, Black Cod, House cultured butter. Coquine Portland, OR American Located at the top. Tabor, at SE 69th and Belmont, Coquine is a full service, neighborhood restaurant featuring food and drink menus that continually evolve with the seasons. This is a lovely spot for lunch on a nice day. The menu is always full of good choices and the waits. Jump to navigation, jump to search, contents. Very unpretentious, especially given the caliber of food. Tabor, at SE 69th and Belmont, Coquine is a full service, neighborhood restaurant featuring food and drink menus that continually evolve with the seasons. Two years in, their mission statement - to be the kind of place formal enough for special occasion meals, yet not so fussy you couldn't drop by for a bowl of pasta - almost seems like a cliche. Derived terms edit Further reading edit Retrieved from " ". I had the duck confit, my partner. Chef Katy Millard cooks delicious, thoughtful, and seasonal food. Walking into the restaurant, I thought it was a little pricey, but that thought disappeared once I saw the food. The French word Coquine is a lighthearted chide for a mischievous little girl, or means something a bit more flirtatious when said to a grown-up. Pronunciation edit, noun edit coquin m ( plural coquins, feminine coquine ) rascal, scoundrel ( colloquial ) lucky dog, adjective edit coquin ( feminine singular coquine, masculine plural coquins, feminine plural coquines ) mischievous naughty, risqué. But that's just what they've built, a welcoming, farm-obsessed, French-inspired restaurant that's one of the two or three places in Portland capable of pitching the dining equivalent of a perfect game. I look forward to going for dinner. This year it adds a new accolade: Portland's best restaurant. Full service breakfast and lunch are offered daily, as well as a counter service coffee and espresso bar. Coquine was our 2016 Restaurant of the Year for good reason. Don't miss: The city's best cookie, a fresh-baked, meaty mix of chocolate chips and smoked almonds encased in caramel. So fittingly, our cuisine and ambiance emanate charm with an alluring and playful wink. She is committed to sustainable practices and sourcing from local farms. Use Tock at your business, curious about our reservation and table management system? Even moreso when I tasted. Coquine's entrees manage to hold your attention by maintaining that flawless execution, whether that's a perfectly pan-seared halibut or roasted lamb loin or just a simple summer squash and cherry tomato linguine. Food was excellent in execution, balance of flavors, and presentation. Smoked salmon, sliced tomato, cucumber, hard- boiled egg, pickled pearl onions, capers, cream cheese, toasted, mini sesame and poppy seed buns. What an amazing surprise. Located at the top. Coquine was dealing on our last visit, starting with brioche shrimp toast, airy fritters cooled with powdered licorice and creme fraiche and a pristine chicken liver photos herotiques bellinzone mousse. I was browsing the internet for a place to eat for breakfast/brunch, and stumbled upon Coquine. Definition from Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Mid-meal, servers poured a chilled artichoke soup tableside. Chef Katy Millard, who once talked her way into a job at a Guy Savoy restaurant in Paris, then cooked her way through France for six years, opened Coquine in 2015 with husband, Ksandek Podbielski, a former manager at Roe. IN SE portland'S beautiful. Lovely ribbons of celtuce (also called stem lettuce) mingled with summer-sweet yellow cherries in a golden butter of apricots and almonds. Rhubarb sundae for dessert.