Chef Daniel Rose has become a powerhouse in France with the success of Spring, La Bourse et la Vie, and Chez la Vieille. As an American-born chef, Rose decided to team up with restaurateur Stephen Starr (Buddakan, Morimoto, The Clocktower, El Vez, Upland, and Le Mercerie) to open the much acclaimed Le Coucou in the summer of 2016. Le Coucou was quickly named the Best New Restaurant in the nation by the Jame Beard Foundation. Now serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner seven days a week, Le Coucou is one of the most sought-after reservations in the city. To kick-start your day, enjoy the Oeufs à la crème et homard (two eggs ‘au plat,’ tomato and tarragon cream, lobster). For a power lunch, we suggest Bavette à la Bourguignonne (bavette steak, bibb lettuce, escargots and butter, shiitake). And to cap off your night, settle into the salade de homard, vinaigrette à la moutarde (grilled lobster refreshed with lime and mustard, exotic pears), and the filet de boeuf jus à la moelle queue dans la boulangère (prime filet, bone marrow jus, oxtail potatoes). No matter what time of day you visit Le Coucou, you will be treated to a culinary experience that feels just as special every time.