Tuesday, July 5, 2022

Coco Sushi Lounge in Delray Beach Launches Weekend Brunch

The best keeps getting better! Popular Delray Beach eatery Coco Sushi Lounge & Bar launched a wonderful weekend brunch on April 8 with an array of delectable dishes and plenty of refreshing libations. You can feast on Korean pancakes (vegetable, $12; seafood, $16); pizzas (spicy tuna, $16; lobster, $19); fajitas (blue crab, $15; lobster and shrimp, $19); a sashimi poke bowl ($18); grilled short ribs with Japanese white rice ($19) and a swell selection of dumplings, shumai, wontons and gyozas ($9 – $16) including crispy lobster and shrimp wontons, Wagyu beef gyozas and Peking duck dumplings. There is also an enticing Dim Sum Platter ($22) filled with yummy dumplings, gyozas, wontons and spring rolls that is perfect for sharing. Bottomless cocktails include mimosas, bloody marys, bellinis and Aperol spritzers for $16 per person. 

Peking Duck; Photo by Libby Volgyes of LibbyVision

Owners and husband-and-wife team Chef Jason Zheng and Tina Wang will also be serving some nifty holiday specials during brunch and dinner on Easter Sunday, April 17. Their Coco Easter Basket ($20) is filled with colorful dumplings, gyozas and spring rolls, and their Easter Roll ($17) is comprised of kani and avocado, wrapped in soy paper and topped with tuna, salmon, white fish, shrimp, avocado, wasabi, and kimchee sauce. As a special treat, all diners will receive complimentary mini chocolate Easter eggs after brunch or dinner on the holiday.

Dim Sum Basket

It is easy to see why Coco has engendered a devoted following with locals and visitors thanks to their superb Asian fusion cuisine. By the way, their regular—and expansive—a la carte menu is also available during brunch. You can also enjoy their scrumptious sushi, sashimi and specialty rolls, inventive appetizers, swell noodle dishes and excellent entrées such as Peking duck, filet mignon with shishito peppers, and lobster pineapple fried rice. At Coco, it is all about options—and they are all truly delicious.

Brunch is served on Saturday and Sunday from 11:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. and dinner is served nightly from 4:00 p.m. – 12:00 a.m. Sunday – Wednesday, and 4:00 p.m. – 1:00 a.m. Thursday – Saturday. 

Coco is located at 25 N.E. 2nd Avenue in Delray Beach; 561/908-2557

For reservations or information:  www.cocodelray.com

This post is sponsored by Coco Sushi Lounge & Bar

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