The 40-cover site will continue to serve the same 'classic' dishes already available at Cocotte’s other London locations, alongside some new creations from chef and co-founder Romain Bourrillon.
Signature dishes include Cocotte’s 'traditional' rotisserie chicken, sourced direct from an independent farm in the Loire Valley region of France and marinated for 24 hours in a 'secret blend' of herbs and spices before being roasted on the spit.
Sides include kale, roasted pepper and pumpkin salad and a walnut and tahini dressing; quinoa tabbouleh with pomegranate, red onion, parsley, mint, chives and a lemony dressing and classic sides; creamed spinach; truffle mash; roasted root vegetables; and truffled mac ’n’ cheese.
Exclusive to the Queens Park lunch menu will also be a Cocotte crispy chicken burger made with panko, onion and tomato relish and shredded lettuce mixed with black pepper and mayo all served in a brioche bun.
As well as dine in, the restaurant will also offer takeaway and delivery to the surrounding area available exclusively through Deliveroo.
Cocotte was founded by a group of Parisian friends including Bourrillon, whose CV includes the Michelin-starred Villa Lauraine in Belgium.
The group opened its third London site earlier this year in Parsons Green.
It also operates restaurants in Notting Hill and Shoreditch.