When you have one of the best locations in town, you could get away with serving cheap, nasty food. You could spit on your customers. They’d still come back to gaze at the Common, to people-watch from a spectacular perch. And with some chefs around town, you could seat customers in an alley, but they’d still reserve weeks in advance for the cuisine.
At Troquet, you get the very best of both worlds. You don’t have to choose. Sashimi and the capital building? Soccer on the Common and organic veal? You’ve got it. Featuring some of the best inventive French and American cuisine, fully paired with wine by the bottle or glass, Troquet is a place to impress. The staff are impeccably informed and reserved but friendly. Every menu selection feels decadent but appropriate all at once. For a night out, we suggest starting in the wine bar and moving into the restaurant for a flawless meal. Feeling like a splurge? Try the chef’s five or seven course menu. Go early, stay late. The kitchen is open until 11pm.