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Cocotte bé provides you with a modern interpretation of the cuisine from Madagascar combined with the fine French gastronomy. Our Chef Matthieu creates a unique cuisine using local products from the Frankfurt region, France and typical ingredients from Madagascar. Inspired from Madagascan and French specialties Cocotte bé brings you to an unforgettable food experience with tastes explosion.
We currently organize Pop-Up dinners in changing locations and also offer private dining at home and catering for your events.
Cocotte is a French word meaning „casserole dish“. Casserole is often used in Madagascar and France to braise some fine dishes.
bé is a Madagascan word meaning „big“ or „a lot“. The combination of both words can be freely interpreted by everyone. For us this simply means: big celebration of culinary delights in a warm atmosphere!
Our ingredients are carefully selected and come directly from eco-friendly farmers. And then cooked with love. The big island of Madagascar provides us with exotic hints like vanilla, cocoa and chocolate, Bambara peas or wild black pepper.
Cocotte bé was founded by Nora & Matthieu.
Matthieu as the Chef creates and cooks all recipes. Born in France in Paris south suburb and raised by Madagascan parents he takes his inspiration from the traditional family recipes and the Parisian restaurant culture.
Nora supports in all areas of the business management: in the kitchen, for marketing purposes or event organization. Thanks to her French-German origins she plays the perfect connection point between both cultures which is a nice asset for the concept implementation in Germany!
Randriamorasata, Matthieu und Randriamorasata, Nora GbR
vertreten durch die Gesellschafter
Frau Nora Randriamorasata und Herr Matthieu Randriamorasata
Phone: +49 160 185 0822