We had a very pleasant breakfast of pastries and coffee on a number of days. The owner was lovely giving us recommendations for places to eat on our travels. The cafe has an intriguing interior of art and local information.
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Kookoos is a wonderful neighborhood go-to place -- good food, comfortable and cozy atmosphere. And the owners are strong members of the neighborhood and town. We love Kookoos.
Just off the Brookline village T stop, this cafe is a perfect neighborhood spot. It's got the cozy, eclectic coffeehouse feel that's a perfect meeting place. On top of that, they're food is great. I had their Hungarian mushroom soup and it brought me back...More
It's a tiny little convenient spot next to the Brookline Village Greenline stop - food was fine, service friendly, there is some seating available - it took too long for a grab-n-go spot and the grape leaves were made on demand - they may want...More
Cozy and cool place. The ambiance is very interesting. They can do amazing desserts. The service is very kind.
A very cute, funky little neighborhood place. Mostly vegetarian. Pistachio muffins were great and the egg/cheese brioche were fresh and very tasty. Coffee was also very good. Service was quick and friendly. They were doing a brisk business on a Saturday morning.
I consider myself a true breakfast connoisseur :) and have tried probably every place in Brookline. Kookoo has the best coffee and food of any other place around! Everything is incredibly fresh and tasty. I don't drink regular milk - and Kookoo has a variety...More
KooKoo's -- a mash-up of a 60's Greenwich Village coffee shop with a SF Mission neighborhood back-to-nature-food eatery --serves novel, delicious variations on familiar breakfast and lunch fare. Seating is miniscule; mamas with little kids abound sometimes; and the furniture appears to be Goodwill-Industry rejects....More