Fuss-free French fare is not a new concept in Hong Kong but the newly opened Cocotte, tucked away in a NoHo alley, caught our eye with its quirky interiors created by up-and-coming designer Candace Campos. The 1,100 sq ft space is a lesson in luxurious simplicity, showcasing five distinctive graphic wallpapers, industrial-look wall sconces by Atelier de Troupe and Campos’ ultra-comfortable custom cotton-velvet and walnut dining chairs. The attention to impressive graphic detail continues with chef Patrick Dang’s meticulously presented dishes, most notably with the house special La Pintade: a guinea fowl from Brittany first served roasted and then as fricassee with morel and truffle spaghetti.