Coco's is located on the terrace of the building which also houses Shikaar, Tex Mex and Sundowner. The warm and comfortable look of the place strikes on entry. Thatched and hut-like mini-roofs provide you with cover and also leave enough of free sky for effect. It's got an upmarket look so that you don't confuse it with a dhaba. A large thatched bar tells you that you can spend the better part of the evening there. The lighting is just right - warm and concealed. Piped music doesn't interfere, but provides a soothing strain. Five days a week, you can expect live musical performances here.
The seating is low, cushioned and very laid-back. The display grill kiosk and bar makes for a welcome distraction here. You can sip your drink, close your eyes and let the ambience sink in. Cocktails like the white-rum-based Costa de Sol, or the gin-based Tango Woo Woo are good bets. For the mocktail clientele, Coco's Lucida di Lemon and AppleShiner are recommended slushes. The menu is essentially Tandoori and grill, which is a good choice for an open air set-up. The starter section offers a reasonably varied choice.
There's Baby Corn in Barbeque Sauce, Chicken Maryland and Fish Sticks. Outstanding tandoor offerings include Tandoori Prawns, Tandoori Pomfret, Tandoori Aloo Achaar, Tandoori Chicken and Pudina Machhi. Live performances from Wednesdays to Sundays from 8pm to 11:30pm keeps the atmosphere partylike. And one doesn't feel the absence of a dance floor when one is in high spirits ready to tap one's feet anywhere.
Plot No. 217,
Road No. 2,