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Coco's Tea Room

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4701 Colleyville Blvd, Colleyville, TX 76034, USA 817-360-2625 Website Owner?

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    • Debbie

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      3 of my girlfriends & I had lunch at Coco's Tea Room & Bistro today. I was impressed with the decor but not the food or service. The soup tasted like it came from a can. I had the Quiche, which was tasty, but was a smaller portion & higher priced than is normally served at other tea rooms. My plate had only the quiche & 1 side. At other tea rooms there were 2 sides with Quiche at the same or lower price. My friends had similar opinions about their food choices. To top it all off, our waitress forgot about us & my tea went unfilled for quite a while. Won't be going back.

    • Kelly

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      The environment is lovely, the food is delicious, and the staff are simply delightful. I have been several times and have met the family that owns this restaurant - they are very friendly and have gone out of their way to help us plan a party there.

    • sj

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      My friends and I had a tea at Coco's and it was lovely! The food was great, portions were perfect (in fact we couldn't finish it all). The scones were fresh and delicious as were the desserts! Would highly recommend this tea room and will go again!

    • ml

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      Worst ever !!!! Would not recommend this tearoom ever !!!!!

    • r.s

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      The food was really poor quality, and the portions appreared to be child size. Claudia talked about all the fresh fruit that she would be serving and when the tea was servered there were maybe 6 pieces of rasberries @W@!!! This was the most dissappointing High Tea I have every had !!! I would not recommend Coco's to anyone, but I will tell them all about the above and have done so already !!!!

    • m. payne

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      The food was overpriced, the quantity of the food appeared to be a child's portion, and the taste was lacking !! Granted it's high tea and there is a certain distintion regarding the food i.e. finger sandwiches, but it appeared that most of the sandwitches were made with the rye bread that is a four inch square and it was cut into what was billed as 2 sandwitches ! The scones were child size as well. I have been to numerous High Teas, with the Brown Hotel in London among them and this was the worst as far as food, flavor, and price !