At Coco Bistro the ambiance is casual yet elegant, perfect for an intimate dinner for two, a family outing for supper, or a party to celebrate Grandma’s birthday. With our comprehensive menu of Mediterranean favorites with a twist of South African flavor of course, and a great family-orientated ambiance we are sure that you will feel right at home. We cater to every occasion in your life – From that all-important early morning breakfast meeting, our coffee is brewed and ready to serve at 7 am every day, to just hanging out and unwinding with your friends at sundown, sampling our exciting cocktail menu.
Weekends are full of fun. While the boys watch all the sport on our big screen TVs, the ladies catch up over a cuppa and a slice of freshly baked cake. We are host to many a dinner party and even a date or two, but at 11 pm we say nighty night because even perfection has to get some rest.
Welcome to Coco Bistro!
As an influencer, trendsetter, and game-changer you need a place to think, caucus, and forge relationships. We understand your need for an environment that is conducive to productivity, ideal for privacy, and with access to technology. With Coco Bistro as your business venue of choice, you can be the disruptive entrepreneur, focused business owner, or committed team player you were meant to be.
At our Sports Bar, you’ll find the perfect drink to toast life, celebrate a brilliant score, or enjoy a
great evening with friends.
Weekend Cocktail Special, 4-6 pm every Saturday and Sunday.
THE STORY OF OUR COFFEE
800 years ago, when Mapungubwe's famous gold rhino was crafted, trade boomed between Arabs from the Yemen peninsula and local African inhabitants who had discovered and were processing gold. Since the Arab traders had just discovered coffee, this beverage, which was later to take the world by storm, was probably enjoyed on these trading expeditions. Hence our claim that the very first coffee in South Africa was enjoyed around 800 years ago, just 450kms north of Pretoria, long before Jan Van Riebeek, just 450kms north of Pretoria, longs arrival at the Cape!