Coco Hut is located at Second Floor, UP Ayala Technohub, Commonwealth Avenue, Diliman, Quezon City. This is a Philippine restaurant near the UP Ayala Technohub.The average price range at Coco Hut is around ₱ 350 / Person,and the opening hours are 8:00 - 18:00.Coco Hut is a well-known gourmet restaurant in the UP Ayala Technohub area. There are different kinds of food in Coco Hut that are worth trying. If you have any questions,please contact +6323734637, +6323333131.
A simple looking restaurant at UP Ayala Techno Hub. But don't under estimate the food they serve. My rating for the ff:Place 🌟🌟🌟🌟Spacious and well ventilatedStaff 🌟🌟🌟🌟Polite and acommodatingFood 🌟🌟🌟🌟Since I went there on a Monday, they have a promo of free Teamarind iced tea for every purchase of their fish meals. I ordered Fish Fillet and 1 pc Spicy Chicken. The reviews are true, there is something different in their chicken, and the simplicity of the pepper gravy sauce. The fillet is soft and light battered. The only thing I did not like isbthe Teamerind iced tea, a little sour. Price 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟Very affordableOverall rating 🌟🌟🌟🌟
Food- I'm satisfied with the food and its good- You will have your order like the pictures on the menu.Place- clean, bright, and niceStaff- goodPrice- good
Place: Big and nice. Mirrors the interior of Army Navy.Budget: 150php good for one.This fast food Resto is one of the most go to place of employees.Because the foods are within the budget limit. 😊They have very tasty Chicken but their chicken has so many pepper. I know it gives the chicken their delicious taste but it is just to big sometimes! Haha!This is also the place where you can have your sossy GG or Galunggong. But their GG is one of the most expensive food they have that you can already buy 1kilo of GG in the market with their price! 😂Anyway I love their chicken! 👍🏻😊
Muhammad Faisal Rahman
For some reason Ive always thought that coco hut was somekind of native cupcake place/cafe. Ive seen several branches of theirs but never really thought of eating there (the colors of the brand does have an effect). I thought the branches Ive seen were not kept well and were too cluttered. Alas I chanced upon a branch of theirs in Diliman that was spaceous enough. It had an airy feel to it, with a native minimalistic hue. I order their spicy chicken thigh meal. It was fried well and the meat was tender but it wasnt really spicy. It was drenched in Chili oil but it never really permeated the meat. To start with the oil wasnt spicy as well. The gravy gave the peppery spice to the dish. The clam chower was decent it wasnt restaurant quality but it was hearty and filling and had generous portions of shellfish meat.
The place is clean with minimalist approach design style. The food could be better. The chowder tasted good with fresh ingredients, although there's something lacking. Similar to their Munggo, it didn't quite capture the home cooked aura you get from your mother's version. The crab cakes were a bit disappointing. So thin and hollow inside. The dessert, ube with langka ice cream, I must say, is a must try. It's not too sweet. The crown jewel would have to be the ice cream. Although the ube seemed like the ingredients used were not high quality. Overall the experience would have been better if the prices actually matched each dish in terms of flavor and portion.