The restaurant will be decorated with foliage, natural materials and earthy colours to 'provide a comfortable and stylish backdrop', and will serve the same 'classic' dishes already available at Cocotte’s other sites.
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.
“We have wanted to open a Cocotte site in South Kensington since day one and we are very glad to finally be able to open one of our restaurants in this beautiful suburb," says co-founder Romain Bourrillon.
"I lived in this area for many years and we hope to bring something that our neighbours will love and be a part of the local community.”
Cocotte was founded in 2016 by a group of Parisian friends including Bourrillon, whose CV includes the Michelin-starred Villa Lauraine in Belgium, and launched its first site in Notting Hill.
It has since gone on to also establish locations in Shoreditch, Parsons Green, and Queen’s Park.