After a day-long conference, seen of us met here for dinner: 2 Americans, 1 Venezuelan, 2 Colombians, a Brazilian and a Brit. Despite all the different ideas of what constitutes a great meal, everyone enjoyed Coco's tremendously.
The food was great.
The rebuilt restaurant (had a fire a few years ago) is modern and quirky beautiful.
The service was superb. (I wish US restaurants could do as well when there are more then four in a group. Most fail miserably.) And they weren't flustered when two of our group had to leave for the airport to catch their flight to Bogota.
At Coco's you eat seafood -- shellfish and fish fish. There was a handful of meat dishes on the menu for seafood haters, but the meat was clearly there as a necessity, not because Coco has any interest in it.
Some had soup and a main course. Others had two entrees.
But you must leave room for the "suspiro de lúcuma." It is a mousse made of lúcuma, a local fruit which vaguely has the taste of butterscotch. It is worth the trip to Chile just to eat suspiro de lúcuma at Coco's. It will change your life.
Oh, one more thing. The English menu says "conger eel." In Spanish it's congrio. It's great. Don't let the "eel" put you off. It is a firm, white-fleshed fish that is the national fish of Chile and is absolutely terrific.
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