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Coco Rico
Portuguese Restaurant
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3907 Boulevard Saint-Laurent Montréal, QC H2W 1X9
3907 Boulevard Saint-LaurentCAQCMontréalH2W 1X9
(514) 849-5554
Portuguese Restaurant, European Restaurant
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People talk about rotisserie chicken, roasted chicken, plateau mont royal, roasted potatoes and portuguese
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Adnan Nizar
reviewed 11 months 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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Erik Wright
reviewed 3 years ago
A Zagat User
reviewed 2 years ago
Decent quality comes to truly cheap eats. The chicken tends to be overcooked and overseasoned IMHO but the basics are solid
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michael meldrum
reviewed 3 months ago
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reviewed a year ago
One of my favorites - generally went here for chicken sandwiches, but recently discovered that I like their pork sandwiches even more! The potatoes are good - but sometimes there is one really bad potato mixed in. Staff is fast and friendly.
A Zagat User
reviewed 2 years ago
Walk in Portuguese rotisserie serving good Bifana and chicken sandwiches. Good bet for a quick lunch.