INTERIOR | ARCHITECTURE
Project: Cocotte | Designer: Foreign Policy Design | Location: Singapore | Compleated: 2009
Cocotte (which means for ‘honey’ or ‘sweetie’) is a French restaurant in Singapore, in the Little India neighbourhood. Cocotte presents a rustic atmosphere and actual food. It’s all about having a real kitchen and real people in front of you. Meals come in shareable platters (think tapas) and the ambiance makes you feel nothing but comfy. The philosophy had to pass by a good branding and this time it’s signed from Foreign Policy Design.
‘The Cocotte logo takes its inspiration from old-style local French eateries and hand-painted signage. Rough-looking weathered menu boards with newsprint menus to further convey the simplicity, the down-to-earth and unpretentious personality.’
This cozy restaurant is located on the ground lever of Wanderlust, Cocotte serves up tasteful, rustic French cuisine in a casual and comfortable setting. The owners wanted to achieve the heart of French country cooking, where people could share platters of piping hot food and have delicious dishes passed across the table between loved ones and they have done exactly that. ‘Bon appetit’ everyone!
Via | The Foreign Design Group & Cocotte