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Featuring The Coconut Club, Riverside Indonesian BBQ (Plaza Singapura), Tok Tok Indonesian Soup House (Ann Siang Road)
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You can’t go wrong with the Ayam Panggang Set (Grilled Chicken Set) from Riverside Indonesian BBQ stall at Plaza Singapura’s Kopitiam when you are feeling hungry🤤 The $6.50 set consists of a super big and tender chicken drumstick that is grilled to perfection in a sweet and savoury dark sauce, omelette, cabbage (additional $0.80) and a huge portion of rice drenched in a rich curry. Satisfaction guaranteed!

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Finally tried The Coconut Club after reading much good reviews! It’s is pretty good, especially the chicken that is super tender! I wished the chili is sweeter though - I felt that it’s a little too spicy for nasi lemak! But overall, still thoroughly satisfied👍🏻

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Can we take a moment to appreciate how pretty is this😍? More importantly, it’s as much a feast on the stomach as it is on the eye:D!

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