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Coco restaurant launches on Butler's Wharf

Coco restaurant launches on Butler's Wharf

A new restaurant appears to have opened quietly in the last week or so on the riverside at Butler's Wharf called Coco. They bill themselves as serving food from a "landscape of flavours of Anatolian regions". Here's an idea of the menu 

  • Sumac Yogurt Aubergines - fried aubergine dip with tahini pomegranate, yoghurt & shaved almonds with homemade Turkish bread
  • Asado Lamb Shank - marinated in soy & coconut sugar with Coco grill’s spice blend
  • Turkish Iskender -  tomato sauce, lamb adana, sumac yogurt, and Turkish side salad
  • Tavuk Shish - cubes of marinated chicken, Turkish side salad, chilli sauce
  • WagyuSirloin - 60 day-aged wagyu steak, mixed leaves, sumac dressing, truffle mayo, Maldon salt
  • Şöbiyet Tatlısı - Turkish baklava served with pistachio ice cream & cardamom-infused syrup

One thing to note is that this is a halal restaurant that is completely alcohol-free. So the drinks list features a wide range of alcohol-free cocktails. It could be worth a look if you're in the area. 

 

More about Coco

Where is it? 34a Shad Thames, London SE1 2YG

Find out more: Visit their website or follow them on Instagram @coco_restaurants.

 

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