Five Things to Know About CoCurry Thai Cuisine
Recent years have seen a few changes for CoCurry Thai Cuisine, which has continued to plate flavorful lunches and dinners while revivifying its decor and the name on its marquee. Anchored by a choice of proteins including beef, chicken, seafood, pork, and tofu, CoCurry's visitors and catering clients indulge in a savory selection of made-to-order meals. Read on for more about this Thai go-to in Newark:
You might know it by a different name. For many years, the restaurant went by Thai Orchid Cuisine.
There are eight signature dishes. First-time dinner or lunch diners might want to acquaint themselves with CoCurry via spicy basil mussels, tamarind jumbo prawns, or curry pork rib, to name a few.
Lunch eaters should come hungry. Weekday lunch combos, served from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., bundle a protein-based entree like mango delight or massaman curry with rice, peanut-dressed salad, soup, and a cream-cheese wonton.
Or, stay home. Order CoCurry’s vibrantly spiced array of classic Thai favorites for carry-out or catering.
The kitchen team knows its stuff. Regular food-filled trips to Thailand, immortalized in Facebook photos, keep the CoCurry family tethered to authentic recipes and excited about the culture's evolving cuisine.