Given a hypersurface coamoeba of a Laurent polynomial$f$, it is an open problem to describe the structure of the set of connected components of its complement. In this paper we approach this problem by introducing the lopsided coamoeba. We show that the closed lopsided coamoeba comes naturally equipped with an order map, i.e. a map from the set of connected components of its complement to a translated lattice inside the zonotope of a Gale dual of the point configuration $\operatorname{supp}(f)$ . Under a natural assumption, this map is a bijection. Finally we use this map to obtain new results concerning coamoebas of polynomials of small codimension.