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Nouvelle and Classical Cuisine Combine on New Coco Menu

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Coq au vin at Coco Chocolate Lounge & Bistro.

Coco Chocolate Lounge & Bistro, 14802 U.S. 281 N., has introduced a new fall menu that mixes traditional French fare with New Wave specialties.

The dishes are divided on both halves of the menu, with the classics on the left and the New Wave on the right.

The left boasts such time-honored dishes as pâté de campagne and “garlicky” escargots for starters and house cassoulet, coq au vin and duck confit among entrées. Classic desserts include a Grand Marnier soufflé for two, crème brûlée and a cheese plate.

Seared Yellowfin Tuna with garlic Thai basil noodles at Coco.

The right half offers pumpkin risotto, wild mushroom ravioli and Alaska king crab cake among the appetizers. Grass-fed filet mignon, Chicken Ballotine with an autumn harvest stuffing, seared yellowfin tuna, seared scallops with a Pacific Rim curry-coconut broth and vegetarian tagine are a few of the nouvelle-style entrées.

Thin-crust pizzas, salads and sharing plates, as well as a vast array of chocolate-themed martinis, are still offered.

To celebrate the new menu, Coco will offer diners a series of discounts: 40 percent off food items on Tuesdays, 30 percent on Wednesdays, 20 percent on Thursdays and 10 percent on Fridays. The offer excludes happy hour. It is valid until Nov. 19.

For more information or reservations, call 210-491-4480 or click here.

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