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Posted by Denise Ramirez on 01/08/2013
I loved there Coffee and the Tostones where Awesome. I like it alot.
Posted by Luna Llena on 01/14/2012
The only thing I will come back for is the music, atmosphere and the Cocotinis. The food is not authentic puertorican food. Way too bland. Other than that, it's a great place to start your night with friends, drinks and salsa music and then be on your way.....
Posted by "La Navaja" on 07/26/2010
I dont know were this Guys learn how to cook Puertorrican Food,the Puertorrican food its well known for it flavor The adobo,the sofrito,the garlic, the aphrodisiac smell que levanta hasta un Muerto (The Smell that rise a Dead) Here we have a High Class Puertorrican Place that does not represent the traditional Puertorrican Food.Good Tried Guys
Posted by Juan el Jibaro on 05/29/2007
We came to this restaurant full of hope for a good meal from back home. The locale is nice and the atmosphere good. The service is average. The food, however, was expensive and a BIG disapointment. The arroz con gandules was bland and tasted like something coming out of a pre-cooked box. The mofongo and other dishes were not too bad, but the flavors were not genuine. For instance, the mofongo was too sweet and had no garlic flavor. It is like they are trying too hard to appear "different" and "fancy" when they should just focus on serving the time-tested versions we all love. With time they may figure it out, but for now, me and my friends are staying away from Coco.
Posted by Mrs Gonzalez on 03/30/2007
I went with my family and we love the food, the place is beautiful, the live music was fun, we dance a lottt! I recommend this place!
Posted by Penelope on 10/19/2006
The atmosphere was nice, and the décor was nice. The girl taking care of us was nice. However, I was disappointed with the flavor of the food, especially after I learned that the chef is Puerto Rican. Puerto Rican food is known for it’s delicious flavor that comes from the “sofrito”, sazon, and adobo that we use in our meals. His food had no Puerto Rican flavor at all. It was just to bland. It looked good because he presented it in a very “artsie” way, but no flavor. Too bad.
Posted by fqchicago on 09/22/2006
I had always complaint about the fact that there are no puerto rican restaurants in the Chicago area that offer the whole dining experience: great food, great service, great entertainment, and great ambiance. Finally, there is one! Coco offers all these components that are necessary for an enjoyable dining experience. Kudos to Coco, you make me proud!!!