The French-trained chef and owner, Jean-Marie Cadot, serves a wonderful blend of perfectly prepared French classics and American cuisine unsurpassed by any chef in Dallas.
Dallas restaurant critic, Jenny Block says of Cadot Restaurant's food, "Everything I ate had wonderful flavors. Duck confit springs rolls, which were ridiculously light and crisp and served with a sweet and syrupy apricot orange sauce. The lemon sole, Cadot's version of fish and chips with light crispy fish and skinny fries. Chocolate lava cake with vanilla custard, so pretty on the plate served with raspberries, which were especially delicious in the hot fudge that oozed from the center of the cake."
Although the food is true to Chef Jean-Marie's French culinary heritage, don't be surprised to find that while the food and service are impeccable, the restaurant is still warm and welcoming. One of the most romantic restaurants in the city, Cadot is the perfect setting for date night in far North Dallas.
Mon - Thu: 11am - 9:30 pm
Friday - 11 am to 11 pm
Saturday - 5 pm - 11 pm
Sunday - Closed (except for holidays and private parties)
HAPPY HOUR 4-7 pm
Monday - Friday
Patio & Bar Only
Chef Jean-Marie Cadot
Chef Jean-Marie has been cooking since he was a child and the Cadot family has been in the restaurant and baking business in France since 1758. In 1800, Jean-Marie's great-great-grandfather opened Le Boeuf á la Mode in Versailles. His grandfather, built the Hotel Bristol in Paris. Also in the family are Brasserie Mollard, le Londres in Versailles and La Caravelle in New York. It's no wonder Chef Jean-Marie knows his stuff!
Jean-Marie Cadot apprenticed at the three Michelin starred, Lasserre Paris after graduating from Ferrandi Cooking School and the Grands Moulins de Paris Baking and Pastry School. He became a pastry chef for L'auberge des Deux Sygnes, seasonal chef for Laurent, sous chef for Mercure Galant, seasonal chef at Royal Evian, chef at Potel et Chabot catering company, pastry chef at Pierre's Country Bakery, Sous chef at Calluaud's and sous chef at La Panetiere. Chef jean-Marie was executive chef at La Caravelle, executive chef at Lavendou, consultant for Lavendou's sister restaurant Olea Mediterranean Cuisine et Tapas and executive chef for the openings of Pescabar and Cibus before opening his own French restaurant in 2009 which he named simply, Cadot.
Owner Jean-Marie Cadot
Chef Jean-Marie Cadot's family has been in hospitality industry for literally hundreds of years beginning with a bakery in France established in 1758. In 1800, Jean-Marie's great-great-grandfather opened Le Boeuf á la Mode in Versailles. His grandfather, built the Hotel Bristol in Paris. Also in the family are Brasserie Mollard, le Londres in Versailles and La Caravelle in New York.
Chef Jean-Marie began working in his father's bakery when he was just eight years old. He knows how a kitchen should be run, but he is an equally astute businessman. Chef Jean-Marie moves effortlessly between kitchen and front of house giving his customers both delicious food and personal attention.