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I have been to the Coco’s in Japan and South Korea and the one in London is not to be missed. The menu is the same and the staff are fantastic! The restaurant doesn’t have very many tables, but if you have to wait it...More
If youve ever been to Coco Curry in Japan you will know what to expect. The only difference is that it will cost at least double what you would pay in Tokyo.
If you dont know Coco Curry then you should expect well executed Japanese...More
I've been waiting/hoping for Coco Ichibanya to open in London ever since I was first introduced to the chain in Japan almost a decade ago. For those who are unfamiliar, Coco Ichibanya is the largest curry chain in Japan, serving a huge variety of curry...More
This is not an everyday Japanese restaurant where one can have fancy sushi dishes or hot ramen. On the contrary, the place is famous for serving kare raisu - curry rice dishes. Here, diners can customise the spiciness and sweetness of the dish, and the...More
This restaurant I feel like it is a mixer of Japanese and Indian curry together, the price is affordable. Staffs are really friendly, service was quick as well. Pretty sad that we went on a rainy day (super cold as well) and there was super...More
Surely the best Japanese curry I have tried so far. I definitely will go back soon.
Service was quick and the staff helpful and thorough : I had to double check for peanuts in the curry paste as I know some do have it... although...More
I have been in search for the best Katsu Curry for some time now. It's hard to find an authentic Japanese Curry in London, BUT, my prayers have been answered.
This Japanese chain has finally opened in London.
The menu works on a 3 (4)...More
CoCo Ichi is the most famous curry chain in Japan. Hong Kong, Vietnam, Hawaii and the USA seem to love it as well. Why? I really wanted to know what this fuss was all about.
The formula is easy: choose a curry (meat, fish, vegetables,...More