Coq & Balls (Tiong Bahru)

1073 Wishlisted
~$40/pax
Good tunes. Good Food. Wide selection of craft beers.

6 Kim Tian Road
Kai Fook Mansion
Singapore 163006

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Thursday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Monday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

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Didn’t have high expectations given the focus on beer and drinks here. So this pizza impressed in being thin crust, crispy, and generously loaded with ingredients - tender duck, sweet teriyaki sauce, creamy egg. Nothing wow but satisfying, especially when it’s under $10 with burpple discount.

Do note that there are 2 pages worth of terms and conditions when using burpple (which the staff will hand out for you to read 😅)

Nestled along Kim Tian road, a small street a turn away from the main road along Tiong Bahru MRT, Coq & Balls saw a crowd of expats (probably regulars), enjoying a slew of happy hour drinks. Seemingly a popular and convenient option especially for those staying nearby, Coq & Balls whips up a mixture of Western, Mexican and even Thai fare, appropriate for anyone, with any kind of cravings to enjoy. The ambience was fitting for a sports bar or pub, with brick walls and rustic charm for friends to chill, hang out, and bond over nachos.

Thin-crusted pizza with chicken, streaky bacon, onions, baked egg, and teriyaki sauce. The pizza felt more like a snack more than anything else because of how thin it was, and the flavours on it amounted to something like bbq twisties chips, just with some chicken and bacon chunks in it occasionally. I know it sounds a tad weird, but the seasoning they put gave off a punch of saltiness which made me feel like I was eating a bag of chips. The half-baked egg did not find itself anywhere on the pizza as well, feeling sorely out of place. I would still say that this pizza was decent, but I largely feel indifferent to this creation.

Rate:🌟🌟

Nestled along Kim Tian road, a small street a turn away from the main road along Tiong Bahru MRT, Coq & Balls saw a crowd of expats (probably regulars), enjoying a slew of happy hour drinks. Seemingly a popular and convenient option especially for those staying nearby, Coq & Balls whips up a mixture of Western, Mexican and even Thai fare, appropriate for anyone, with any kind of cravings to enjoy. The ambience was fitting for a sports bar or pub, with brick walls and rustic charm for friends to chill, hang out, and bond over nachos.

Fish fillets were well battered but I couldn’t exactly get the beer batter flavour from the skin. Fries were not as crisp or well-seasoned as I desired. What amazed me the most was their tartar sauce, which seemed homemade. It was creamy, sour, and refreshing all at the same time, a good complement to the fish. I unashamedly lathered a thick layer with every bite.

Rate:🌟🌟

love the ambience of this place! ordered the duck pizza and f&c both tasted amazing (":

Very worth considering its $20.90++ for 2 dishes with Burpple! 😍

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Total: $20.28 after Burpple 1-1. Really nice place with great ambience. Carbonara was gelat, didnt rlly like it. pizza was ok....

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