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Coco Rico
Portuguese Restaurant
Today 9AM–10PM
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3907 Boul St-Laurent Montréal, QC H2W 1X9
3907 Boulevard Saint-LaurentCAQuébecMontréalH2W 1X9
(514) 849-5554
Portuguese RestaurantToday 9AM–10PM
Friday 9AM–10PMSaturday 9AM–10PMSunday 9AM–10PMMonday 9AM–10PMTuesday 9AM–10PMWednesday 9AM–10PMThursday 9AM–10PM
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"Rotisserie chicken served quickly and inexpensively as well."
"Rotisserie chicken and barbecued spare ribs are the focus here."
"The best portuguese sandwich place in town!"
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David Pittman
4 months ago
Some of the best ribs I've had in a long time. Rotisserie chicken served quickly and inexpensively as well. Potatoes were good although dry, and the bread was fresh, perfect for making little bite sized sandwiches while eating. Very much recommend for family dinner or late night drunk foods
Joe Peplowski
a week ago
The half chicken is decent. Nothing special here.
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Louis Jezsik
3 months ago
Very good chicken at a reasonable price.
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Lena Montana
5 months ago
I used to go there at least 3 times a week. I'm happy to see it's still open 😀😀😀
Lucie Cleroux
2 weeks ago
Very good good price ans Natas amazing
Leandro Santo
8 months ago
I liked it, great little potatoes, and spicy chicken sandwiche. The waiters were also great. Thank you!!! I left feeling full and happy.
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Noah O'Connell
a year ago
The best portuguese sandwich place in town! If you go, be sure to top off your meal with a couple natas (just ask)
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Adnan Nizar
2 years ago
Coco Rico, Montreal's first Portuguese rotisserie, has been around since the 70s, and it shows. The layout features a take-out display on one side and a counter with a dozen or so stools against the opposite wall. Rotisserie chicken and barbecued spare ribs are the focus here. You can add a little kick by asking for their signature spicy rub. Otherwise, there are a couple sides such as potatoes that are roasted alongside the bird, coleslaw, macaroni salad or bread. We realize Coco Rico's chicken has been voted "best chicken" in town several times in the past. While we do enjoy it normally, tonight it fell short of such high praise. We're giving Coco Rico a "Plan B" verdict mostly because of the stale bread and dry-ish chicken (not the first time we experience this), but we still think it's a solid option when you don't feel like cooking, especially considering how little you're paying.
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