A wide range of Asian flavours merge together beautifully at Point Cook’s Cocochine. This sophisticated dining establishment has made a name for itself in foodie circles thanks to its sheer variety of Asian delicacies, its fantastic service and its lovely relaxed dining area. Whether it’s for a romantic date, a casual lunch or a family dinner, Cocochine on Main Street in Melbourne’s Point Cook suburb is certain to impress. Make sure to book ahead before journeying out to this fantastic Asian-fusion restaurant.
Sophisticated yet casual, Cocochine has become a go-to dining destination in Point Cook. This restaurant on Main Street is one of two locations in the area – the other is in Caroline Springs – and attracts local residents as well as diners travelling from Melbourne proper. From the time you walk in the door, you’ll feel right at home inside Cocochine – come in, unwind and let your worries drift away as you indulge in some of the area’s very best Asian dishes.
At Cocohine’s Point Cook location, we recommend beginning your meal with a delightful soup. Take the laksa for a spicy, zesty beginning, then choose from delicious entrees such as the Chinese sausage, the gyoza, the spicy quail or the BBQ honey pork. Indulge in mains from the restaurant’s house specials like the crispy beef, the Pandang lamb, the kung bao chicken or the fried duck with red curry. Desserts like the toffee apple and the Japanese ice cream are the perfect compliment to a fantastic meal – make sure to book ahead for the full experience at Cocochine in Melbourne’s Point Cook!
Top class all round ! Delicious food, prompt service and reasonable prices. Plenty of variety available from the interesting menu. We are going to make it a rule to dine every week.
Love this place, great food and atmosphere. We have been here many times over the years for family get together and has always met our expectations.
Food is delicious...service good....and a great night was had by all...3 of our guests had not been before and were pleasantly surprised and keen to come back:-) Not sure about the $8 corkage per bottle though:-(