392 Fifth Ave., Brooklyn, NY, 11215
nr. 6th St.
By roastbeef on 2/1/2003
The rotisserie chicken is about the tastiest, juiciest and tenderest around. Beyond that, I haven't had a whole lot of success here. Pork was kinda dry and stringy. Chips are stale. Snapper wasn't so great. Music is always way too loud and decor is almost nonexistent. Servers might be busboys anywhere else. All this might be fine if entree prices didn't approach twenty bucks. I'm stickin' with the chicken.
By pinkcloud on 1/29/2003
I remember trekking to what seemed like the ends of the Park Slope earth to get to this place. That was about 8 years ago, back when this street was plastered with dollar stores. And now that there are so many other food options? I'd still make a point of going to Coco Roco. I'm drawn to the cozy atmosphere, the candles placed in paper bags. The menu had some unexpected delights, and was consistently good.
By JustineH on 1/13/2003
I've had a lovely dining experience the handful of times that I've been there. The food, ambiance, and the service was quite satisfactory. *French fries though, were not much to be desired... everything else was though. Salmon was delicious, so was the fried snapper, amongst other tasty dishes. The waiters are very attentive, and bartenders are lovely. Definitely a place to be frequented and revisited.