My family and I ate twice at Coco Beach Restaurant. The first time, it was at nite, but we could still see what was presented to us. My husband loved the grilled fish, it was well marinated. The second time, the food was still delicious, but we had to 'fight' with the flies. I supposed the flies are foodies too. It was also then that we noticed that developers have bought over the piece of land Coco Beach Restaurant was situated on. We asked the staff if the restaurant will still be there in future and he replied that the developer has agreed to rent out the space to them. I really hope so cos, it will be a pity if the restaurant has to relocate. It is not only the food, but also the cosy feeling amidst the simplicity of the setting. You can feel a 'village's' warmth and unhurried pace of life while sitting in one of the shelters, caressed by the sea breeze, serenaded by the waves crashing on the rocky beach.
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