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Café Coco

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Café Coco Review

This stylish eatery seats 200, but it's divided into multiple levels, so there's still a sense of intimacy. Statuary is strewn about with carefree abandon, and the sound of flowing water permeates the room. The main courses vary widely and may include Cuban stewed beef as well as shrimp tempura. The restaurant is seldom full, so getting a table is usually not a problem.

    Contact Information

  • Address: TTEC Substation Rd. off Crown Point Rd., Crown Point, Tobago
  • Phone: 868/639–0996
  • Location: Tobago
Updated: 03-04-2014

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    Café Coco Review

    Cafe Coco left me wanting to stay in Tobago for an extra night so that I can go back for dinner, that's how much we enjoyed it.The food was great, the atmosphere, the staff....oh and let's not forget the cocktails....It is an absolute must do on your vacation in Tobago...Enjoy

    by GiRox, 10/25/11
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    Maybe the best restaurant in Tobago

    This is an amazing restaurant. It's only about 5 minutes drive from the airport and is under the same management as Coco Reef.

    It's interior is soooooo breathtaking with waterfalls, statues and palm trees everywhere. Although its Tobago's biggest restaurant I've heard that it's very rarely filled to capacity so there is still a sense of intimacy.

    The menu includes much more from what I've read on the Internet. They offer everything from international expensive food to burgers and pizzas. Dinner for my boyfriend and I (includes five drinks, appetizers and the main course) cost TT$418.00. Of course the price depends on what you order.

    The service was excellent.

    I have no regrets about eating at this restaurant and would absolutely visit again.

    by Caso, 9/16/08

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