It all began back in 1948, with one little restaurant along Pacific Coast Highway in Orange County, California. Today, there are over 110 Coco's ... More
Coco's Bakery Restaurant
It all began back in 1948, with one little restaurant along Pacific Coast Highway in Orange County, California. Today, there are over 110 Coco's Bakery Restaurants in the Western United States including California, Arizona, Nevada and Colorado. We believe we can attribute our success to some very basic but important principles that we've never veered from. First, when you define yourself as being in the Family Dining Category as we have, then you'd better make sure you provide families with not just exceptional food, but exceptional value. Second, you have to remember that customers are more than just folks who come in for a meal. They're our special guests, and should be treated as such. And so our team members understand that since our guests make our business what it is, that they should always be made to feel at home. Third, we decided a long time ago to be more than just a restaurant. We are a bakery, too, just like it says in our name: Coco's Bakery Restaurant. So in addition to creating many signature entrA(C)e items, we pride ourselves on delivering the tastiest, most mouth-watering freshly baked pies, cakes, muffins, cookies, biscuits and more. Being a bakery allows us to provide things other restaurants in our category simply can't, and it's become an important trademark of Coco's. From the magic of our holiday pies, right down to our baskets of freshly baked bread, we believe our bakery makes us special.
Breakfast was very good. The hash browns were tasty and not greasy. But, we returned in the evening for a small snack and I was quite disappointed. The dinner salad is just lettuce and couple of cherry tomatoes, a few croutons, and 2 slices of cucumber. Rather tasteless. Rarely do I have dessert, but I ordered a hot fudge sundae. The ice cream was half melted (no exaggeration) and there was minimal hot fudge sauce. It had obviously been smeared in the glass, then there was a tiny bit more on the ice cream. Seriously, had I put it altogether, there maybe would have been 1 teaspoonful.
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