"CoCo's Cafe in Houston, Texas"




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CoCo's Cafe


Opened in 1999, CoCo's Cafe brings Taiwanese style food onto the tables.

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The Scene:

Located next to Welfarm Supermarket in Sugar Land, CoCo's Cafe has a nice cozy cafe ambience and is a great place to just hang out. Pictures of different types of dishes posted on the walls is a nice touch for those who are not sure what to order.


The Food:

CoCo's Cafe most popular dishes are the beef/tomato noodle soup and crispy chicken bits with rice. But by looking at the pictures of some of the other dishes offered you would want to try them all. They have a variety of beverages (bubble tea, etc.) and also shaved ice bowls (refer to the menus in the information section on the left).







Heads Up:

They have a drink rewards program where you get a stamp each time you purchase a drink. Buy 6 drinks and the 7th is free. If you have the urge to have the icy bubble tea or fruit flavored smoothies to cool you down in this hot summer, and you also happen to be in the Sugar Land neighborhood, well then CoCo’s café will be the best choice for you.






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CoCo's Cafe

4565 Hwy 6 South, Suite F
Sugar Land, TX 77478
(Next to Welfarm)
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Weekly Special
Tele: 281-491-7868
Hours of Operations:
S-Thur: 11-9:30 p.m.
Fri-Sat: 11-10 p.m.
· $
Payments Accepted

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-Review by Joe C.

Great ice coffee and salted peanuts. Prices are cheap but the quality is consistently good. I never see the place without plenty of patrons inside which perhaps speaks of the quality of their menu with so many other choices within walking distance.

Best of Chinatown Rating: 5.0
(scale of 1-5, 5 being excellent


-Review by Scott L.

I've been going to this place for almost 5 years now, since I was introduced to it when I was still in high school. The food was delicious, and I've tried most of the things on the menu; It's so incredibly affordable and their beef noodle soup is absolutely amazing. I can't recommend eating anywhere but here.

Best of Chinatown Rating: 5.0
(scale of 1-5, 5 being excellent)

-Review by Kevin M.

If you like good, home-cooked style Taiwanese food, go to Co-Co. Their boiled dumplings are good. My favorite is the fried pork chop on rice (pai gu fan). Takes me right back to Taiwan! Fast, friendly service too

Best of Chinatown Rating: 5.0
(scale of 1-5, 5 being excellent)


-Review by Charity W.

This place is so delicious that i ended up working here just for the free food!

Best of Chinatown Rating: 5.0
(scale of 1-5, 5 being excellent)


-Review by Patty

I came to CoCo's cafe after reading the review here. I really like their fried pork chop with rice. The portion is perfect and the taste is right on par. I also ordered their milk tea and it was great. They offer a lot of Taiwanese dishes. I plan to try their crispy chicken bits next time.

Best of Chinatown Rating: 5.0
(scale of 1-5, 5 being excellent)