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About Cocomango

Family owned and operated, Cocomango Restaurant continues to be a favourite among locals of Redcliffe in search of exotic cuisine. Casting Filipino cuisine into the spotlight, both nearby residents and tourists from afar come to Cocomango for a taste, dining just a street back from Redcliffe foreshore on Sutton Street in a smart casual setting, lending itself to both family dining and hosting large functions. Send tastebuds on an adventure, traversing through a variety of new flavours inspired by authentic Filipino recipes and incorporating fresh local produce. Opt for crispy pork hock with vinegar and soy dipping sauce spiced with crushed chilli and lemon and a Mang Tomas sauce or a Kare-Kare slow cooked beef stew in peanut sauce with long beans, bok choy and eggplant in shrimp paste.

Location & Map

142 Sutton Street, Redcliffe 4020 QLD - See Map

Features & Facilities

Payments Accepted: Visa, Mastercard, Eftpos

Seats: 100   Chef: Gloria Ziolek  

Opening Hours

Mon  Closed
Tue  11:30:AM - 2:00:PM
Tue  5:30:PM - 9:00:PM
Wed  11:30:AM - 2:00:PM
Wed  5:30:PM - 9:00:PM
Thu  11:30:AM - 2:00:PM
Thu  5:30:PM - 9:00:PM
Fri  11:30:AM - 2:00:PM
Fri  5:30:PM - 10:00:PM
Sat  11:30:AM - 2:00:PM
Sat  5:30:PM - 10:00:PM
Sun  11:30:AM - 2:00:PM
Sun  5:30:PM - 9:00:PM

Groups & Functions

  • Up to 150 Guests
  • Birthday Party
  • Christmas Party
  • Cocktail Party
  • Corporate Function
  • Dinner Party
  • Engagement Party
  • Wedding
  • Banquets
  • Canapes
  • Set Menu

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Member Reviews (1)


great filo food right here in Brisbane
my partner and I have been scouring Brisbane high and low for a good Filipino restaurant for years now to no avail. rumors of them popping up come through every now and then but alas end up only being a rumor. so while sitting at home on Sunday night depressed from missing bario (filo festival) that day, you can imagine my surprise when I accidentally stumbled across this gem whilst casually browsing around.i quickly called to check they were open then straight in the car we went. our first reaction when walking through the door was how lavish the fitout was - not quintessentially Filipino but cozy and inviting nonetheless. the restaurant is also huge! at first glance upon the menu I was a little shocked at some of the pricing, until the waitress informed us that they were proper filo sized servings (read: huge!) we started with the pork spring rolls and were immediately impressed. they were cooked perfectly, with crispy yet thin and delicate pastry and full of flavor without being too oily. we ordered the pancit canton, lechon and some steamed rice to share as mains. the pancit was a little shy on meat (compared with my mums which will forever be my barometer) but was cooked great - the noodles were soft and not sticky, the flavours strong yet not over powering, and the portions great. the lechon was deep fried to perfection - moist and tender flesh with crispy skin and not oily. served with adobo sauce on the side, was a great accompaniment to the fluffy white rice which we ordered on the side. finally, the halo halo came out for dessert - now not knowing what to expect here, as every Filipinos halo halo restaurant and preference is as individual as their fingerprint, but the portion was great, the ube ice cream was soft,'the shaved ice and condensed milk just right, and the add ins nicely balanced - red and green jelly, leche flan, Mung beans, corn, banana, coconut jellies and some other things which escape my mind right now. all in all, a great experie