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Coco Momo is a lively, upbeat venue popular among locals and visitors to the area alike. Coco Momo has comfortable seating areas and stylish, modern decor. The drinks list includes a comprehensive range of cocktails.

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Opening Hours
Opening Hours

09:00 - 23:00


09:00 - 23:00


09:00 - 23:00


09:00 - 23:00


09:00 - 23:00


09:00 - 23:00


09:00 - 22:30

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Coco Momo reviews

By G.

Coco Momo is the best bar in London. Super cool stylings, beautiful bartenders and more cocktail concoctions than you could shake an empty glass at. Coco Momo rules - fact.

By Edward L.

Coco momo's abysmal excuse for a mojito doesnt even warrant the use of the word abysmal. The sugar overpowers the drink which is allot to say. And for 7.35 I expected som minor miracle. A plus point is from the outside it looks nice. In all honesty, the bar itself is very nice, but it doesn't excuse the fact that the price of drinks is ridiculous! And that the quality is awful! If josef fritzl himself made drinks, he'd work here. A shock to us all was that even the bottled drinks tasted bad. A rekorderlig tasted like washing up liquid. In all this was appauling and to top it off cigs were 7.45---there's a tesco round corner

By Emma F.

Coco Momo was pretty quiet on a Saturday night, and it's easy to see why. It just isn't special! In a time of choice and consumerism a bar has to have personality - something that gives it style and identity and this place just doesn't have it. Something that gave that away, odd mix of clientele, most had just wandered in. Pluses: you can get a table for a large group,and there is no music so you can chat. Minus: not cheap, incredibly brusque to the point of rude bar staff (even though half empty) and yeah no style!

By Sam M.

Unfortunately this site forces me to give one star, were it down to me I would give none. Surly staff, appalling food. Had a platter which had warm slimy parma ham, sweaty cheese, and they had substitued the only thing that sounded vaguely interesting (home made pork scratchings) with some soggy pretzels.

I wouldn't return to Coco Momo if I were starving!

By J.

Coco Momo is always busy, but the beer is very nice but almost £6.00 for anything you can't get anywhere else on the high street. Chic, loud music on Friday/Saturday and good fun if you are with a group of mates. Get to Coco Momo early though if you want to get any seats.

By N.

A bunch of us went to Coco Momo on a Monday night and had a great time. For a Monday the place was quite busy. The bar staff are not very friendly and the drinks are a bit pricey but overall Coco Momo is a nice bar.

By P.

Having been ripped-off by the staff at Coco Momo and sworn at for remonstrating I reported the incident to the chain management who didn't bother to return my call. Watch your money at Coco Momo, or better still, give it a miss.

By Nick S.

One of three Coco Momos in London town, this particular incarnation sits pretty on leafy Marylebone High Street, serving uncomplicated, good value dishes and some of the best Bloody Marys in town.

The Venue
It’s got a bit of scaffolding at the moment, but don’t let that put you off: it’s a pleasant little spot that doesn’t look out of place on a road playing host to some pretty fancy names, including Agnes B and Paul Smith. As with the other Coco Momo venues they’ve taken an old boozer and kitted it out well, using the impressive architecture of the original building as a pretty big part of the design aesthetic. Throw in some big sofas, a Baroque, gilded mirror or two, a few chairs pinned to the walls and a bit of flora and you’re pretty much there.

The Atmosphere
This is a busy part of town, and Coco Momo does well in attracting a decent number of those passing through. Tables are full at lunchtimes and evenings see a hefty after work crowd grabbing a beer or two. Staff are one of the venue’s genuine assets – they’re friendly, know the menu well and keep things ticking over very nicely indeed.

The Food
A short breakfast menu (the Full English is pretty good) leads into a more comprehensive lunch menu featuring a varied mix of dishes, from burgers and steak to salads, sandwiches and butternut squash lasagne. On evenings, it’s small plates, sharing boards and a few burgers, so if you want a real taste of what’s on offer, lunchtimes are your best bet.

Those burgers are pretty good, with the house version (£11.95) featuring a hefty patty, smoked cheddar cheese, smoky bacon, avocado and a tangy BBQ sauce. The French fries on the side are good, too. Fish fingers (the shape suggests goujons, to be honest, unless it’s a particularly mangled claw) served with hand cut chips and tartare sauce is a little steep at £10.50, given there’s no greenery. A huge chicken and chorizo salad (£10) offers much better value, with generous amounts of sausage and fowl served with chickpeas (too many, mind) tomato, red onion, peppers, golden raisins, leaves and a scattering of rosemary and mint.

Desserts (all £5.50) are good. A Belgian waffle with (very lovely) honeycomb ice cream and toffee sauce is every bit as rich and sickening as it should be, and a sticky toffee pudding similarly so, with a light and fluffy sponge weighted down nicely by toffee sauce and vanilla ice cream.

The Drink
Cocktails (or ‘coco-tails’, almost confusingly) prove pretty popular. An Angel Delight (£7.50) is a sweet mix of vanilla vodka, butterscotch Schnapps and vanilla sugar topped with lemonade that just about stays the right side of saccharine. The Bloody Mary (£7.50) is really excellent though, with loads of heat, a generous kick of alcohol, lots of horseradish and plenty of depth. Wines are crowd-pleasers, so expect plenty of nicely priced Sauvignon Blancs and Chardonnays (splash out a little more - £24 - on a Sept Salsons Viognier and be rewarded), but the beers show a little more imagination, with Camden Hells and Meantime London Lager on tap, and Goose Island IPA and BrewDog by the bottle, among others. Coffee is good and bitey.

The Last Word
A very reasonable spot whose sheer accessibility ensures it remains popular. A good shout if you’re in the area.

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