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28 Ann Siang Road
Singapore 069708

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Monday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

Wednesday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

Friday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 03:00pm
06:00pm - 09:30pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 03:00pm

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Yay! @thecoconutclubsg has reopened.
After seeing my friend Jackson (Instagram: @misnoskcaj) share about his visit on his IG Stories, I knew immediately where I was headed for today’s brunch.
“The Coconut Club” has relocated further up the hill to a much bigger space at 28 Ann Siang Road (fun fact: Batey Ads, the first ad agency I worked at, use to occupy the premises). Aesthetically, it is a whole lot more stylish too.
As the restaurant is still in their soft launch stage (they just opened last Monday), only the Nasi Lemak and drinks were available when we were there. The popular side dishes of Otak-Otak, Sambal Lala and the like had been put on hold because the team was giving out a variety of dishes to everyone. FOR FREE. The reason as explained by the servers is that they wanted to test how well the dishes were received. It seem those that fare better will be added to the menu.
Anyway, about the Nasi Lemak which is the main reason I was there, I thought it was still very good but not exactly the same as before. The rice seems a touch whiter, lighter and fluffier now in comparison (if my memory hasn’t failed me), and the chicken is more evenly fried and a tad less salty as well. Everything else has remained the same, including the price of $12.80++.
I am really pleased to be able to get my fix of “atas” Nasi Lemak whenever I crave it now.

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You’d think $12.80 for nasi lemak is mad but this plate is mad good!! Flavourful rice and ultra tender chicken leg. Not to forget the sambal giving just the right amount of kick.

They don’t take reservations and can be quite a wait at lunch time. However, on my weeknight visit, their dinner service had no queue. Well worth the wait, if any, I’d say.

P.s They make a mean chendol too ($3.80). I wouldn’t leave the place without one!!

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Went at 12pm and was welcomed by a long line of CBD employees 🥵 Luckily they opened up their extension and we were able to get a table within 10 minutes of waiting. Nasi Lemak was decent (sambal chili was good, but not reminiscent of the authentic chili/ fried chicken was honestly... dry ☹️) on the sides: sambal sotong and sayur lemak were good but definitely not at the price point of $10.80++ and $8.5++ respectively!!! Overall a 7/10

Nasi lemak rice is so fragrant and sambal souce really packs a punch! I brought my foreign friend from the States to here and he loves it! Besides, don't forgot to order iced lemongrass!

Nasi lemak, fried chicken, fried egg, dried fish, peanuts, housemade sambal & coconut rice - this is dope, totally worth the $11

Yes it’s an almost 14 dollars plate of nasi lemak but is it worth it? I would say it is! Really tender and crispy flavourful chicken fried with their rempah. Great Great sambal with a kick. And the rice is fragrant and lemak. For the portion and quality, I would say 12.80(excluding gst and service charge) is very worth it. I don’t believe that food that is cheaper usually(eg nasi lemak) should be flamed when charged at a higher price. It’s so justifiable due to quality of ingredients as well as location rent. Cheap or expensive, there are a lot of factors and as Long it’s justified, we should support it wholeheartedly.

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