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Cocotte Rotisserie opens fourth London restaurant

Cocotte Rotisserie, a farm-to-table restaurant chain, has opened its fourth site in Queens Park, north-west London.

The establishment, which opened for takeaway and dine-in on 2 December, joined Cocotte’s existing portfolio in Notting Hill, Shoreditch, and Parsons Green.

The 40-cover restaurant has been designed with “chich, welcoming interiors”, alongside the “plants and greenery that Cocotte is known” for.

Co-founded by chef Romain Bourrillon, the four London establishments offer signature chicken dishes sourced directly from an independent farm in Evron, France. 

Bourrilon founded the project after working at a number of Michelin-starred restaurants, including Villa Lauraine and Le Chalet de la Foret.

Situated on Salusbury Road, the restaurant’s “delivery and collection offering” will also be operating at the site.

The eat-out option will be available on Deliveroo from 5pm on weekday evenings and all day on weekends.

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