Cocotoo's (Manchester) Reviews
Newest Review: ... also heard that it was a popular haunt of celebrities and professional footballers. All these factors had given me a superficially positive opinion of the restaurant and I resolved to give it a try as soon as I could. At the time of my eagerly anticipated visit (Saturday, approx 10pm), I was surprised to find that the restaurant was practically empty. Admittedly I was dining a little later than most people's ideal time for an evening meal, but I would have expected at least a few people to be having a parting drink or two in the bar area. We were efficiently shown to our table by a more-than-pleasant member of the waiting staff and I eage... more
Customer Cocotoo's (Manchester) Reviews (2)
by - written on 04/11/08 (Very useful, 231 readings)
I first visited Cocotoo's Italian Restaurant in Manchester just over a year ago and that happens to be the last time I was there. The reason I haven't been back is that I left feeling pretty disappointed, mainly because of the quality of the food. I think that maybe I had built up a level of expectation that was too high. I had passed the restaurant many times on my way home from work and had always considered that it looked pretty appealing from the outside. The interior is nicely done out with a circular bar area just through the front door. Combine this with the fact that the place is a converted railway arch and you have a pretty unique looking ... Read the complete review
by - written on 20/11/00, updated on 04/12/00 (Very useful, 990 readings)
Cocotoo's in Manchester is my favourite Italian restaurant (in the North of England at any rate!) The décor is breathtaking - copies of Michaelangelo and Leonardo Da Vinci paintings adorn the vaulted ceiling (the restaurant is situated under the railway arches on Whitworth Street West, near the Green Room). So, instantly there's an Italian feel to any visit to Cocotoos, and that's before you get anywhere anything to eat. The food is excellent, too. There's a very varied menu, so everyone should be ale to find something they fancy - whether it's pasta, salmon, steak, prawns? You get complimentary olives and gorgeous fresh bread to ... Read the complete review
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