Philippine Rest Bar LOCO COCO
We offer authentic Philippine cuisine prepared by a Filipino chef. Fresh vegetables produced in the Yokosuka area are used in the dishes.
All items on the menu can be taken away. Ring up and give us your order and what time you would like to pick it up and we will do our best to be as punctual as possible.
Parties are welcome! We prepare dishes according to your budget. We would be grateful if you could call us to place your order at least 3 days before you would like to visit.
Drinks: Ranging from Philippine beer to Chuhai (shochu-based beverages).
*Tapioca shake: Lots of varieties to choose from 600 yen.
|Shop Name||Philippine Rest Bar LOCO COCO|
|Address||238-0041 view map
1F, Izumi Building , 2-4 Honcho, Yokosuka
|Area||Honch and Shioiri|
|Opening Hours||5 p.m. - 4 a.m.|
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