Coco Sushi & Bar has added a new dynamic to Pune’s night life as it is the first members only club in the city. The cuisine here is purely Asian, serving the finest sushi, sashimi, dumplings and nigiri. The portions are particularly bite-sized offering more variety. Started by Kunal Mhaske, who has already established Penthouze and Raasta Café, this new club promises to bring back Pune’s love for the night by maintaining its distinct list of members. Here are a few things you shouldn’t miss when you visit Coco Sushi and Bar.
The ambiance is dark but sufficiently lit through the starry lights that start right from the entrance. The seating is minimalist with comfortable couches and high chairs to give everyone the privacy they need. Overlooking the night lights of the city’s expanse, there are two outdoor spaces. With its chic chandeliers, the one thing not to miss out on is noticing the logo of Coco – a bee that is etched in golden on the tables as well as on the central pillar.
The speciality of Coco is in the Japanese delicacies served. The menu is entirely dedicated to bringing the finest cuts of fish on the table in their sushi, sashimi and nigiri. Although most of the portions are bite sized, the variety is immense. One can choose from the regular California Sushi Roll, Salmon Sashimi, Tuna Tartare to the Mushroom Medley, Edamame Truffle Dumplings, Vegetable Ramen Bowl, Lemongrass Tofu and much more. Don’t miss out on the simple yet sinful desserts like Wildflower Honey Pannacotta, Wasabi Ice Cream, and the Smoked Dark Chocolate Mousse Cake.
Since Coco is a members only bar, it is open to a select few. This gives everyone the assurance to wine and dine around similar faces without having to worry about their safety and security. This also makes Coco a comfort zone for many to come, unwind and network with the crème de la crème with the best of food, drinks and music.
Head to Coco to taste some of the finest liquor and cocktails that have been specially curated for the club nights. Some of the cocktails include Black Irish, Sleeping Volcano, Bloody Maria, Old Samurai’s Mojito, Dragon’s Nest Caprioska and Spiced Rum Fig Sour. They also have a collection of classic Japanese whiskies like Hibiki and Kawasaki Whisky to add to the top notch and characteristic vibe at this new spot.
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