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What a nice spot
I was wondering around and found this cute place,very clean and nice looking , I had a quinoa salad with extra avocado it was super fresh the dressing was on point a no brainer! Highly recommending it !More
Date of visit: October 2018
SocialResponse, Customer Service at Cocu, responded to this reviewResponded December 23, 2018
Hey Rachel, It's a bliss to have been spotted by you for a meal and getting a 5-star rating. It's even more relieving to learn that you found our place to be cute and clean. We are glad you liked our quinoa salad to such...More
We were happy to stumble onto this adorable cafe on a Saturday morning. They weren’t even quite open-it was about 15 minutes before time to open. But the owner saw us and went ahead and seated us outside. We ordered off the brunch menu. Everything...was delicious. Absolute perfection. We all agreed that the owner was the nicest person we met on our visit to NYC. Our brunch that day was one of the highlights of our trip. I can’t recommend this place enough!More
Date of visit: July 2018
SocialResponse, Customer Service at Cocu, responded to this reviewResponded August 22, 2018
Hello, Thank you for giving us a try moreover for the review that you posted. A lot of attention is given to make sure that the service adds to the overall dining experience of the customers and we're glad that you agree to it. It...More
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