Christmas has landed at Coco di Mama and we’re kicking off the seasonal shenanigans with some crackin’ new Christmassy offerings 🎁

And damn do they all sleigh! Keep scrolling to be teased.

pluck me…

… that looks good 🦃 With apple & onion pulled turkey, crispy bacon, melted mozzarella, cranberry sauce, sago mayo & spinach, our new toasted ciabatta is here for a plucking good time, not a long time. So hurry down to your local Coco!

But that’s not all. This Christmas, we bring to you our delicious Crispy Pancetta & Sage Crumb. Add it on top of your fave pasta, it’s one hell of a contender for a partner-in-carbs all season long.

Shellabrate good times in London with the return of our Lobster Bisque this Christmas. A rich and classy number, it combines potato, tender lobster and mixed fish, crème fraiche and soothing winter spices.


It’s finally time to get your hands on the ultimate Christmas dessert. A divine combination of chocolate buttermilk sponge, chocolate orange frosting, dark chocolate orange ganache & chocolate curls, this magic little number will hit the spot just right!

Jingle on down to your local Coco and give this a gogo this winter.


It’s not a Christmas special or a new addition to our menu, but it’s been a while since we’ve shouted about our amazing coffee. Air-roasted locally in Dalston by the amazing Allpress, our coffee is ethical, traceable and it really tastes remarkable 💯

Fancy an extra caffeine kick to give you energy for all the Christmas parties? Try our triple shot flat white and get ready to boogie all night. Or sip on a single-origin filter blend for a more subtle buzz.

Switch to plant-based and enjoy your coffee with Oatly, almond or coconut milk for free!


At Coco, we’re proud supporters of  The Felix Project who help fight food poverty and food waste in London. 

This year, we will be donating 20p from the sale of all Pulled Turkey & Cranberry Ciabattas and all Orange & Chocolate Roulades sold in our stores.

So don’t forget to indulge in all the #goodcarbs this Christmas to help support hungry Londoners.