Coco's Bakery Restaurant

3.0 stars 3.0 out of 5 6 ratings
$$Gluten Free Menu, Pancakes, Soup + 5 more
40% of 5 votes say it's Celiac friendly

5350 Sepulveda Boulevard, Culver City, CA 90230

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    5 ratingJune 26, 2016

    Good omelets and good gluten free pancakes.

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    1 ratingJune 05, 2016

    When ordering I showed the server that I wanted GF banana & pecan pancake with caramel drizzled on it with eggs over easy and sausage by pointing it on the menu then I pointed my finger showing him that it has to be GF. He nodded. My husband ordered the same thing but his weren't GF and he had omelette and bacon. When our food arrived the server gave me my husband's plate but my husband told him that it was my plate so he gave it to me. When I got my plate and I had a funny feeling that my plate was not GF so I had to ask the server if my plate was GF he was confused. I told him that I had already told him I wanted GF meal and told him that he will need to get me a new plate with GF order and also that he need to make sure that my eggs and sausage are also new because of cross contamination. He nodded apologetically, took my plate and told the cook what happened. The cook tried to put my eggs and sausage on a new plate and I saw the server correcting him and gesturing the cross contamination to him. The cook was not happy. Few minutes later, my GF plate arrived and I had to ask the server if my eggs and sausages were new he said, "Yes. I told the cook that the pancakes had touched your eggs and sausage and you would still get sick so he made you GF pancake and cooked you new eggs and sausages." I don't think the eggs and sausages were new tho because I feel sick now. :-/ I feel like the cooker didn't take the server and I seriously.

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    5 ratingApril 29, 2015

    Today i was eating gluten free pancakes with bananas,bacon and overall eggs. They were very good and i recommend this place all celiac :) Service was exellent too. Thanks Coco's!

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    1 ratingNovember 26, 2014

    We went to the Cocos in Culver City but didn't end up eating there because they didn't have a gluten free menu and the staff didn't seem to really even know what gluten was. When we sat down the waiter said the only gluten free item on the entire menu was the gluten free pancakes (which were not listed on the menu, just verbalized by the waiter). We didn't feel safe eating there so we left.

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    2 ratingAugust 31, 2013

    I went here for dinner because I heard they had a GF menu. I might consider coming here for breakfast because their GF breakfast menu is bigger and could be a better bet for safety. There were only three options for GF lunches and dinners. I had the grilled chicken and it was overly salty and was not something I would order again. I told the server that my item had to be GF and that I had a medical condition. I could tell that she had no idea what I was talking about because she responded back to me with some up beat comments about eating healthy. It was as if I had just told her that I was on a low salt diet. My chicken arrived with grilled vegetables, which I had asked for, and rice pilaf that I had not asked for. The rice pilaf isn't listed on the GF menu, so I sent the rice back in favor of the mashed potatoes that were on the GF menu. The mashed potatoes tasted strongly like fake butter and I would not order them again. If you've never been to a Cocos then you should know that they are a family restaurant. Most of the people eating here for dinner were elderly.

Gluten-Free Features

  • Appetizers
  • Dessert
  • Gluten Free Menu
  • Pancakes
  • Soup


  • Breakfast
  • Lunch
  • Restaurant

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