Just around the corner from Bond Street Station on James Street, Cocochan is a pan-Asian restaurant offering up exotic blends of Thai, Chinese, Japanese and Indian cuisine.
From dim sum to sushi, there’s a little bit of everything on the menu, dishes include kimchee lamb cutlets, crispy duck salad with cashew and watermelon, seafood gyoza and an array of sashimi.
There’s a lounge bar and terrace linked to the main dining room that’s a good spot to enjoy after-dinner drinks, or grab a quick bite to eat away from the hustle of Oxford Circus.
Cocochan has been rewarded by AA Rosette for culinary excellence, as well as TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence in 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016.
Tucked under the main restaurant areas, the Lounge Room gives a more urban feel with a six-metre-long sofa right opposite the bar, as well as igloo-like vaults. Also used as private dining room, this space comes with separate soundsystem and projector, making it ideal for presentations, business meetings as well as dance/DJ nights.
38-40 James Street, Marylebone
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Average User Rating
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A combination of being a classy yet trendy looking interior, with a totally halal Pan-Asian menu, in the middle of London!
I wouldn't have ever thought such a place existed but am ecstatic that it does!
I came here with friends for their Bento lunch offer, which was not only scrumptious but perfectly presented as well as filling.
If you're not going for the lunch offer in the weekdays then it is a bit dear on the pricing, so make sure you have a rich friend to take along with you if you plan on going any other day/time.
Went to Cocochan with a friend on Sunday for a late lunch / early dinner. The restaurant wasn't overly crowded due to the funny time we picked to eat there but the service was atrocious! First the manager came and asked us if we were planning to eat or just to have a few drinks in a very rude and dismissive manner, it was clear he was planning to kick us out if eating wasn't on our agenda. Our bottle of water came without glasses, we had to wait for 20 minutes for somebody to put glasses or cutlery on our table. When I asked if we could have the bill the waiter said no in an abrupt manner (I guess he trying to be funny!), we had to wait for another 20 minutes for somebody to show up with the bill and the card machine and another 10 for the waitress to do the sums with our bill. The food was yummy but I will never, ever go back.
Dim Sum & a cocktail: £10
From a set menu.Offer valid until Jul 10 2017
Restaurant Week: 3 courses & desert or a glass of prosecco £40
From a set menu.Offer valid until May 28 2017