Cocoro Pottery Cafe

117 Smith Street, Fitzroy, Victoria

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It’s not quite a decade old, but in Smith Street years, Cocoro feels almost vintage. The pottery-filled interior is a little dated but somehow comforting. A long menu runs the gamut of sashimi, salads, protein and noodle dishes. You could happily start by sharing some just-warm, Kilpatrick-esque sake soy oysters or delicate grilled scallops, served in the half shell with a moreish plum and butter sauce. Sashimi is fresh and beautifully presented but it’s the perfectly crisp, deep-fried wafu chicken with ponzu and mayo that’s the standout - with the kind of delicious magnetism that incites repeat visits and borderline addiction.

 

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117 Smith Street, Fitzroy, Victoria

  • Cuisine - Japanese
  • Prices - Entrees $9 Sushi $16 Mains $18
  • Features - Vegetarian friendly, Gluten-free options, Licensed
  • Cards accepted - EFTPOS, AMEX, Diners Club, Mastercard, Visa
  • Opening Hours - Wed-Sun 6-11pm
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