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About Coho Cafe - Redmond
At Coho Caf� in Redmond, Washington, you can count on a warm welcome and friendly service. The main focus of the restaurant is Pacific-Northwest seafood, but you will find other delicious items as well. The starters menu is extensive with unique items like polenta fries and some of the more traditional offerings like coconut crusted prawns and seafood bisque.
For mains, the bronzed salmon burger is a very enjoyable sandwich, or you could order the beer battered cod or seared ahi tacos. Coho Caf� also gives a nod to the orient with the five-spice grilled chicken and the pad thai. Kids can order off their own menu at Coho Caf�.
Redmond, WA 98052
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Daily 11:00am-3:00pm
Dinner: Su-Th 3:00pm-9:00pm
Dinner: F-Sa 3:00pm-10:00pm
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Ample parking in public lot directly in front of the restaurant.
Downtown Redmond Transit Center is located 1 block South at 16201 NE 83rd St Redmond, WA
Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Delivery, Fireplace, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Coho Cafe - Redmond Ratings and Reviews
This café was awesome, we liked the service, overall food was good, I would visit this place again and good for groups too, I would recommend for group of 10 or less. Not many vegetarian/vegan options but for people eating non-veg this is good, my colleagues liked the non-veg options available.
I had the Tostada Cerviche Salad which was teeming with succulent seafood. It was delicious. One of my friends had the Caesar Salad which was so large that she took it home to eat for lunch the next day. My other friend had the seared ahi. She said that the ahi was fresh and delicious. We love the Coho Cafe and have yet to have less than a great meal there.
The food is quite good, especially the daily specials. The salmon entrée is usually one of my top choices. It's nice that it has an outdoor area and in cooler weather they light the outdoor fireplace. However, when it's too warm for the fireplace there isn't a lot out ambience out there. It's basically an area overlooking a fairly busy intersection or a parking lot. However, the service is usually pretty good and it's nice to be outdoors. Mondays are good days to go with a group because they have half priced bottled wine on Mondays.
This is the 2nd time we've been to Coho's in the last 6 months for birthday dinners; we were a larger group. The food was fine, but again the restaurant was very very noise and hard to hear across the table. I personally think it's more appropriate for smaller groups at smaller tables in terms of noise level, and lunch is more quiet than dinner time.
My youngest son and I had dinner with my best who came over from Whidbey. The service was excellent as well as the food. We both have years of experience in the business and are foodies. Both of us were very impressed. I highly recommend dinning at Coho Cafe.
No free bread, which is fine. I don't mind paying IF we were told ahead of time when we asked for bread; but we found out when the bill came. The foccacia was stale (cold, dry and hard), the spread was awful (way too sweet!). If I had known it would cost me $3.50, I'd have sent it back for better bread. It's not about the price we have to pay, it's about the quality of the food we get.
The prime rib, on the other hand was excellent!
We love Coho in Redmond. Its great before or after the movies. The menu is rotated so you always have new choices. The kids menu is kids staples and they will happily serve kids first if you chose. The have outdoor seating in the summer. In the winters, their soups are really good.
The waitress, Erma, was so completely rude. Messed up our order; never once filled our water glasses; never checked on us when we finally got our food (which took forever). I hope I never receive that kind of service again. I'm so disappointed with how the restaurant handled the situation.
First time there on a Friday and it was hopping! Thanks goodness for Open Table! or we'd have to wait 30-50mins. We ordered RARE for our prime rib and got medium rare; I guess we can't be too picky at a place where they cook for a broad spectrum. It's acceptable once we tasted the smokey flavour on the outside! And since it's a prime cut, even the cooked parts were quite tender. Yeah, we'll go again, but earlier so we can ensure a rare cut.
I enjoyed the Chopped Seafood Salad, seating by the Fireplace on a cool wet day in Redmond was ideal, Jane, our server, promptly refilled our soft drinks and table conversation was NOT overpowered by either restaurant noise or other customers. Lunch was quite enjoyable.
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