Charming calm place for coffee lovers. Variety of quality hot and cold coffee drinks with tasty cakes.
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I would recommend the eggs Benedict highly Also the mixed berry smoothly The menu is varied and good value Also
Their food and service is always good. Rarely has there been a mess up. The only area of improvement is to ensure that all their outlets are consistent when it comes to the dishes they serve. We've found that a regular/favourite option is vastly different...More
This is an excellent restaurant for the family. Food is excellent and very good quality. They also have lovely coffees as well.
I went to this restaurant in December 2017 to have lunch. And my experience was not good. The good: looking to their menu, I couldn't stop smiling thinking how many delicious dishes they were offering. So they have the potential to be a good place...More
Normally stop by at coco veranda for coffee which is pretty decent but don’t get to eat there often. Tried out the yellow fin tuna which was grilled and served with mash and vegetables. It tasted really good. The fish was perfectly cooked. Glad that...More
Four of us stopped here for lunch earlier today. Two of us ordered an English breakfast, which was very good. The other two ordered a Caesar salad and a toasted cheese and tomato sandwich. The service was good and unobtrusive.
My husband, 3 year old and I regularly visit this beautiful restaurant/cafe. The staff is exceptionally nice and the place very baby friendly. They have replaced spilt juice, cleaned up many messes and accommodated all demands of my 3 year old. Always with a smile....More
On a bright sunny afternoon, I would hardly think of sitting in an open restaurant. Coco Veranda does not have sea breeze, neither does it have a view. However it was ideal to have a seat outside the restaurant and have a chat with friends....More
By South African standards, the food is average at best: the chicken satay was accompanied by a pseudo-greek salad with a spicy dressing (?), and the chicken was cooked to death. Meanwhile, the 'mojitos' were laced with sweet syrup, making them almost impossible to drink....More