Florentino Street
Davao City, Philippines, 8000

Victoria Plaza Compound
Davao City, Philippines, 8000

McArthur Highway
Davao City, Philippines, 8000



Coco’s South Bistro is not your typical restaurant.  It is fun, festive, and casual.  Located in the heart of Davao, this upscale neighborhood restaurant offers a wide range of western culinary dishes to near to your home at attractive prices.  We bring you the original and flavorful taste of Pasta, Pizza, Steak, Salad and Ribs by an unswerving commitment to fresh and quality food prepared from scratch in our own kitchen everyday. 



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The origin of Coco’s South Bistro began in Davao City, Philippines in the early 2000s.  The owners did not have any prior knowledge of variety in cooking.  Yet, this did not deter their innovative spirit to create their own unique recipe.  They researched far and wide to find and understand the flavors of the Western culinary world.  They took consultation, advice, and inspiration from renowned chefs and bakers both locally and abroad.  

After months and years of trial and error, the family decided to open up their restaurant to showcase American food.  With great foresight and intuition, they somehow knew that Davaoeño would be curious to try unfamiliar Western cuisine to satisfy their own appetites.  Expats would enjoy reminiscing about the familiar tastes of their homeland far away.  

In the end, their new recipe has won the palate of their guests thanks to their hard work and determination.  Coco’s South Bistro was an immediate success and today their restaurant has expanded to Victoria Plaza and Matina Crossing.  Today, their chefs share the founders' commitment in bringing the flavors of the West to their humble hometown of Davao without compromise as well as showing the spirit of innovation and persistence.



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