Must be good...Stopped twice for supper. Non-descript looking on the outside, but you shouldn't leave hungry. Food was very good. Missed out on trying their pies, because the main meal was so filling.
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This is a very excellent place with a relaxing atmosphere. The food was good and the service was outstanding! They made you feel like they were privileged to serve you!
Coco's is probably what you'd call a Family Restaurant/Diner (complete with display case of pies) and while they are open all hours, we tried it a couple times for breakfast while there on business. Large menu, all the typical stuff plus some creative dishes like egg bowls with turkey hash and poached eggs, gluten free items, (It is Southern California)... More
Stayed next door and found Cocos by far the best local option on Katella strip. All meals were well presented, tasty and catered for a wide variety of dietary needs. You can actually get a reasonably healthy meal including vegetables here if you prefer that to the never-ending fried fatty stuff and coleslaw available everywhere. Having said that, their dessert... More
This was a very poor meal and experience. Food was very bad, 2 of 3 kids meals cam without fries. Highly processed and deep-fried rubbish food - we could not eat it. Kids cheese pizza was cold and cheese had not even melted. Fries we did get were cold. Lemonade was liquid sugar and tasted disgusting. Plates, cutlery and restaurant... More
We stayed at the hotel next door and ate here most nights. There was plenty of choice on the menu and whether you wanted a large meal or small the food was delicious all washed down with a beer or well chilled wine. Couples,families,locals or tourists all were welcomed and made to feel at home. A lovely place to relax... More
I was staying on Harbor and it was about a 1/2 mile walk here but it was worth it. They only had one waitress (who was doing double duty as the hostess and cashier) but she took care of everyone (luckily it was not very busy). Good eggs, bacon and pancakes. I got some banana nut muffins to go. They... More
We stopped here on our first day in Anaheim and had flatbread and french fries. They were very good, the pies looked good too but we never had a chance to try them. Close to Disneyland too.
Stopped in with our family of 10 on our way to Disneyland for breakfast before we took on the many rides and attractions. The staff was very accommodating and realizing we had to infants, allowed us to sit in a closed section away from the main dining area. The food was good as was the service and pricing very reasonable.
We wanted soup/salad and something quick/easy that was not inside Disney. This was the PERFECT place. Their Tomato Bisque soup was amazing! Our waitress went above and beyond!
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