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907 East Coast Road
#01-02
Singapore 459107

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Friday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:45pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:45pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:45pm

Monday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:45pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:45pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:45pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 11:45pm

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Reviews

From the Burpple community

Usually comes with the fried beancurd roll but i ask for it to be changed for siobak+Char siew so the portion u see here is slightly more than normal.

Both the Siobak and the Char siew were pretty good, rather smoky with a crisp and nice bite. Siew mai was a bit bland but had water chestnut inside for crunch. The Satay wasnt crispy but it had a nice bite as well, and good marinade that penetrated about halfway in.

The two stunners were the chicken rice (fragrant but not overly oily) and the braised pig ears, which were really soft and had a bit of jelly coating.

The soup was also better than expected, clear as it looked

Definitely try this dish if you're here.

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I actually liked this better than the nasi campur! Came with some yummy pickles for that sour kick 😛

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For an upmarket Indonesian warung experience, Kota88 is the perfect place to go! The portions are large and value for money (paid < $30 for 2 mains and a drink), and perfect for families.

The nasi campur was delicious with fresh ingredients. The satay stock in particular was impressively flavourful and well-marinated.

This eatery serves a lot of meaty dishes but this one really stands out. Crispy skin, tasty meat so good you don’t even need the sweet plum sauce. However it’s a good enhancement if needed. Overall meal is great.

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Pork in an Indonesian restaurant? Yes please. Solo diners should definitely order this signature dish, which features a tasting of the different types of pork that Kota88 offers.

The glaze for the sate and char siew is sweeter than our local roast meat (I like the sweet taste but not everyone may feel the same), but the deliciously charred taste/smell is something you seldom find in sg. Roast pork I find average, the crunchy pig ears are an awesome addition! Ngoh hiang, siew mai and half an egg complete this bowl.

If you come in a group, they also have a full menu of sharing style dishes, similar to any Chinese restaurant. I see quite a few Indonesian (speaking) customers here - always a good sign.

💡 : you can change the white rice to chicken rice without extra charge. Served with a rather tasteless dipping sauce so be sure to ask for the spicy sambal instead if you are a chilli lover like me.

🚗 : limited ERP parking available at springvale building where this restaurant is (parallel parking skills required), or neighboring block where KFC is. Otherwise, there is a bigger URA carpark (unsheltered) next to Shell petrol station (3 min walk).

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Kota 88 is by far our favorite Chinese-Indonesian restaurant in Singapore. The foods remind us of childhood when we joined our moms to Glodok
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The Nasi Campur is undeniably our go-to, if you’re a first timer here that is what you should try. This time we decided to try their Nasi Goreng Spesial Kota88 and Sup Baikut. Well, where have we been? The Nasi Goreng Spesial (Pork Fried Rice) is to die for. It has the smoky aroma as in nasi goreng tek tek, a thing that we’ve been looking for in fried rice. The Sup Baikut (Pork with Vegetable soup) has that classic homemade taste.
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Kota88 sells Bintang Beer and liquors, it opens until 3AM. Now you know where to go to fix that past-midnight hunger.

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