The new all-day, quick service Italian concept, Coco di Mama offers a fresh alternative for breakfast, lunch and all the bits in between. The restaurant specialises in pasta dishes with homemade sauces, freshly prepared in less than a minute.
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90 Fleet Street, London, EC4Y 1DH
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+44 (0)20 7583 9277
Fine coffee. Fresh food. Friendly staff.
Coco Di Mama (translates as "mummy's boy") is a gem amongst the ready-made food purveyors in the City. The distinguishing feature of this relatively new venture is the genial staff who (in my experience) always go out of their way to make sure that your (albeit) brief interaction with them is a positive one.
These guys definitely have the lunchtime...more
The value, portion size, and good service were overshadowed a bit by the plain pasta fare. While other reviewers have noted the fresh flavors I was plainly unimpressed with the bland tastes coming from my meatball with red sauce.
This one pasta will not completely remove Coco di Mama from my lunch radar. The sandwiches looked unique and that will be the direction I move for my next visit.more
Okay...I'll admit it...the first time I went in to grab a coffee at Coco Di Mama I did not have very high expectations, I was thinking great yet another mediocre pop up on Fleet Street. I'll also admit that when I saw the owner, in the back of my mind I was thinking I don't care if the coffees crap I'll pop back in just to look at him...yes that's evil. But his charming smile and skill with...more
This little walk-in Italian lunch joint packs quite a punch!
What was initially a 2-star first impression quickly refocused into a 4-star newfound favourite once the friendly staff chimed in, the price-per-portion ratio was revealed and I tucked into my fast, fresh, house-drawn midi pasta with homemade sauce of portobello and chesnut mushrooms in a light porcini sauce. The sauces are...more
I find it disturbing how many Pret a Mangers there are in London. Also its friend Itsu and others like Eat, Wasabi. Really, it's scaring me. Is this food somehow subliminally making Londoners into robots?
Anyway, as I nearly got run over by a bus on the way to Boots the other week I spotted this place and gave it a try. First impressions: staff extremely nice, pasta (bolognese) very tasty...more