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7-11 Linenhall Street, Belfast, County Antrim, BT2 8AA


Coco offers the senses an array of experiences. The interior has been described as many things, the Coco crowd simply like to call it sexy chic; a bold eclectic mix of furniture, textured and rich wall coverings, funky in-your-face art, and music with great vibes creates an atmosphere which is uniquely Coco.

The kitchen is the domain of Jason More who has experience in the Michelin star restaurants of La Gavroche, London and the late Robbie Millar’s famous Shanks at Clandeboye. Jason was previously a founding partner at No 27, in Belfast’s Cathedral Quarter and continues to create a lasting mark on the restaurant scene in the city.

Coco offers food that is spectacularly good quality, dishes are imbued with a sense of finesse, the ingredients are simply the best that is locally produced, cooked by Jason. It gives you a hug and keeps you coming back for more. Jason wants to bring back lunch, Belfast has seen the rise and fall of the restaurant lunch, business people no longer have time or money to spend on the traditional fine dining three set courses. He has reinvented excellent quality and value at lunch time, guaranteed to have you back in the office in an hour, with a satisfied tummy and happy wallet. Dinner is served six nights a week, as you finish your meal, the opulence of the bar area welcomes those who are happy to chill and relax to the music and ambiance over cocktails or coffee. Lazy Sundays are proving to be a crowd pleaser, top of the menu is listed “Hair of the dog” for those delicate after a Saturday night out, the Coco all day breakfast often hits the spot. Family friendly, Sundays are relaxed in Coco, children eat from the Mini Menu, it feels like home only without the washing up.

Private functions and wedding receptions are filling up the reservation book as Coco offers those who wish to celebrate in style the intimacy and privacy of a smaller more boutique venue.

Decor Style: sexy chic

Reservations: Recommended



  • Cocktail Menu
  • Dogs Accepted Outdoor Dining Area

Children & Infants

  • Baby changing facilities
  • Children's Menu Available
  • Highchairs Available

COVID-19 Response

  • Delivery available
  • Takeaway available

Payment Methods

  • All major credit/debit cards accepted

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Opening Times

* Lunch Monday - Friday 12:00 - 15:00
Dinner Monday - Saturday 17:30 - late
Sunday 13:00 - 21:00

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