About Coco Bamboo

CocoBamboo is located between Camden Town and Chalk Farm tube stations, in the very heart of multicultural North London. Taste is the only language spoken at CocoBamboo, where you can enjoy a truly adventurous experience through the colourful nuances of Brazilian and Caribbean cuisine and a fine selection of exotic cocktails. Relax with a Caipirinha drink or a cold beer in our comfortable lounge chairs, while listening to the sound of our latest bossa-nova, reggae and samba tunes. You can also simply book a table in our finely decorated dining room and enjoy our colourful dishes, from the celebrated Jamaican Jerk Chicken to the delicious Brazilian Fish Moqueca, with the option of plantain and cassava accompaniments, or a mango and coconut crème brulee for dessert.

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Prices and Opening Times

£25 and under

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Venue Details & Map

Address
48 Chalk Farm Road
Primrose Hill
London
NW1 8AJ
Public transport:
Chalk Farm, Underground
Book a taxi on +44 (0)844 556 0706 or with London's biggest car service app

Yelp Reviews

4 out of 5 based on 22 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Coco Bamboo

4.0 out of 5 16 March 2014
by Jing Shyang Y.

Great food and superb batidas

This place specialises in brazillian carribbean food. And what it's successful at is blending the best of both worlds seamlessly without any clear separation. And it's a big success.

Decor is muted with a nice dark wooden panel theme going on. Whilst the place is simple, the food is nothing of the sort. Lots of exciting flavours. good portions and a relaxed...more

5.0 out of 5 17 February 2014
by Wendy L.

Coco Bamboo, my second return and already my favourite Caribbean Brazilian restaurant I know of. A place with skilled chefs who know what they are doing and know how to use their ingredients to bring out flavours. All of their dishes are served in generous portions too at a reasonable price.

The decor I wasn't too keen on in the beginning before I realised each side of the wall was a colour...more

4.0 out of 5 23 February 2010
by Eamon B.

Despite having once been a bartender*, I am not that into cocktails. I don't dislike them**, but I usually just stick to beer or whiskey***.

I thus tend to be less impressed than my peers by fancy cocktail bars.

Well, I've changed. The Caipirinha with chilli is the tastiest cocktail I've had in London. Delicious Cachaca**** and lime and sugar and spicy, spicy chilli make this a totally...more

3.0 out of 5 18 February 2010
by Laura N.

Cocobooboo? Cocobambam? Cococabana? Hot cocoa?

I'm not sure if I'll ever remember the actual name of this new little cocktail spot in Camden, but there are a few things I'll never forget about this evening:

-A two syllable Da-yum upon entering. Thanks kitchen staff...

-SPICEWORLD

-A cocktail-off with mutant green and toxic blue drinks

-DJ Tanner (best DJ name ever)

-Dessert that involved...more

4.0 out of 5 16 February 2010
by Leon C.

Cocobamboo the old site for Zorya is a new Brazilian restaurant that also has a surprisingly good lounge style cocktail vibe.

My group of seven were drawn in by the 2-4-1 cocktail offer that was running all night. It was a Tuesday, but who can resist 2-4-1's. The place was deserted and the server who was very attentive gave us a choice of sitting in any of the several areas that make up...more

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