Mother’s Day is just around the corner and it is the perfect day to treat the moms and all the other special women in your life to a memorable meal at Coco Sushi Lounge & Bar.
Situated in downtown Delray Beach, Coco is the perfect spot to celebrate Mother’s Day at brunch or dinner. The inviting eatery will be decorated for the holiday with pink and white balloons and plenty of lush floral arrangements. As a special holiday treat, all moms will receive complimentary long-stemmed pink or red roses during brunch and dinner.
Coco serves up outstanding Asian fusion cuisine—their sushi, sashimi, specialty rolls, appetizers, noodle and fried rice dishes, and main plates are truly delicious and beautifully plated. This is the fourth South Florida restaurant from talented husband-and-wife team chef Jason Zheng and Tina Wang. These Boca Raton residents also own Yakitori and Saiko-i—both in Boca Raton—and Koi in Fort Lauderdale.
Special Mother’s Day menu items include the festive Mother’s Day Basket, $20, which is filled with an array of yummy dumplings, gyozas and spring rolls, and the heart-shaped Mother’s Day Roll, $15, which is comprised of spicy tuna and avocado and topped with fresh tuna and red tobiko. Coco will also be offering splits of Maschio Sparkling Rose NV from Italy for $8 per bottle.
Brunch menu standouts include the Poke Bowl, $18 (tuna, salmon, seaweed salad, edamame, avocado, masago and special sauce); Korean Pancakes (vegetable, $12; seafood, $16); Fajitas (blue crab, $15, lobster and shrimp, $19); Yakiniku, $19 (grilled short ribs with Japanese white rice); Crispy Lobster and Shrimp Wontons, $9; Pizza (spicy tuna, $15; lobster and shrimp, $19); the Dim Sum Platter, $22 (Peking duck dumpling, Wagyu beef gyoza, crystal shrimp dumpling, lobster and shrimp wonton, edamame dumpling, and a spring roll); Lobster and Shrimp Shumai, $12; Wagyu Beef Gyoza, $15; Crystal Shrimp Dumplings, $10; Peking Duck Dumplings, $14; Pork Gyoza, $8; and Edamame Dumplings, $11.
Bottomless Brunch Cocktails, $16, are offered during weekend brunch and include Mimosas, Bloody Marys, Bellinis and Aperol spritzers. Coco also offers a full bar and a thoughtful wine list with over 30 wines offered by the bottle and over 20 wines offered by the glass.
The full à la carte menu is also offered during brunch and dinner, and diners may opt for starters such as the Coco Taco (two per order, $15 for lobster; $11 for tuna or salmon); the A5 Wagyu Beef Tataki, $25; the Lump Blue Crab with Avocado, $16; the Little Tuna Tower, $15; and the Chu Chu Lobster, $18 (Maine lobster, pan-seared tuna, and guacamole with coconut sauce).
Sushi and sashimi are served à la carte as well as in various combinations on “boats” of varying sizes. There is also a selection of swell specialty rolls, such as the Lobster Bomb Roll, $30 (with a tempura-fried lobster tail); the Sexy Lady Roll, $17 (spicy tuna and tempura flakes, wrapped in avocado, topped with tuna, salmon, white fish, crispy rice, and mango salsa); and the Lobster and Avocado Cucumber Roll—a rice-less roll, wrapped in cucumber, and served with ponzu sauce.
For diners searching for enticing entrees, Coco will be serving some scrumptious dishes, including the Lobster Pad Thai, $34; Peking Duck with Scallion Pancakes, $35 half, $68 whole; the Braised Korean Short Ribs, $30, served with baby potatoes; the Lobster Pineapple Fried Rice, $32 (whole lobster tail, egg, veggies, cashew nuts, and raisins); the Stir-fried Filet Mignon with Shishito Peppers, $35; the Tokyo-Style Chicken with Honey-Soy Glaze, $17; and the Mongolian Beef, $18 (stir-fried beef with carrots, onions, scallions, and a spicy chili sauce).
Decadent desserts (from $8 – $12) make the perfect finale to any meal and include the Tempura Banana; the Coco Sweet (fresh berries served with mochi ice cream and bursting popping bobas); the Fried Ice Cream; the Tempura Cheesecake; and the Mochi Ice Cream (strawberry, green tea, mango, and vanilla).
Coco Sushi Lounge & Bar is located at 25 N.E. 2nd Avenue, in Delray Beach.
Phone: 561/908-2557 for reservations and information.
Hours: Dinner: Sun.-Wed. 4 p.m. to midnight, Thurs.-Sat. 4 p.m. – 1 a.m. Weekend Brunch: Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. – 4 p.m.
The full menu is available for takeout and delivery is available through Delivery Dudes and UberEats.
This post is sponsored by Coco Sushi Lounge & Bar