6 Ann Siang Hill
Singapore 069787


11:00am - 03:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm

11:00am - 03:00pm




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No longer just limited to early birds, night owls can also satisfy their nasi lemak cravings here as they open till 9.30pm. Special mention should be made to the crispy fried chicken likely spice-rubbed with turmeric, galangal and lemongrass 😋😋😋.

I mean it's not cheap at all but damn it's hard to find good nasi lemak nowadays anyway. #burpple

Often touted as overprice Nasi lemak, I’d gladly pay to eat here again. I’ve been here multiple times and I really love how tender and tasty the chicken is here. :)

And that ayam goreng berempah...sing your praises for you have been blessed with culinary perfection – the right balance of spices in the marinade, and the chicken leg remains juicy despite being put through high heat. The sambal — best shit ever, I scooped up all the leftover from everyone else's plate — flawlessly tingles with its spiciness before finishing beautifully with mild sweetness. Ok, that's all.

Decided to make a trip here after reading how Lee Hsien Loong brought President Duterte here. The price point ($12.80++ for nasi lemak and 8.90++ for the otah) and the venue made an impression though the nasi lemak and otah did not meet our expectations. The chicken was pretty good with its crispy exterior (which had hints of lemongrass) and the sambal chilli did pack a punch. However, everything else on the plate was not extraordinary. As a result, it is difficult to justify paying premium for it due to the numerous comparable (or better) alternatives available, which are a third of its price.

The cendol had the right amount of gula melaka, which gave it its characteristic sweetness and fragrance, and didn’t overpower the coconut milk which made it sufficiently creamy. The shaved ice was fine enough such that each spoonful was smooth. Didn’t come with red beans and most of the other toppings apart from the green pandan ‘worms’ but am personally not a fan of the rest of them so this wasn’t a problem for me.

The hoo-hah surrounding McDonald’s nasi lemak burger made eating the real thing a priority after being away from Singapore for so long. The Coconut Club’s offering really hit the spot. The chicken was well-marinated and fried to a nice crisp while remaining tender and succulent. The sambal chilli was sweet and spicy with a real kick. The coconut rice was fragrant and very lemak. Together, the individual components made for a rather excellent take on a beloved local dish. While the steep price tag could be hard to justify for some, the high quality of their nasi lemak and their side dishes (which occasionally change from time to time) could warrant a visit!

A Malay breakfast staple of coconut rice and toppings like fried fish, crispy anchovies, egg and spicy sambal, nasi lemak is a well-loved dish that's enjoyed throughout the day, even at suppertime! It's easy to get your hands on a banana leaf-wrapped packet of the rice from hawker centres, but for a revolutionary nasi lemak experience, consider shelling out a bit more for a meal at The Coconut Club. This hip but laid-back Ann Siang Hill restaurant specialises in Nasi Lemak ($12.80) and they also serve a great cendol for dessert. Every ingredient on the plate is done extremely well, which more than justifies its price. The coconut rice is fragrant yet light, the chicken is expertly marinated and fried till golden and juicy, the anchovies are crisp, the fried-egg is spot on and the accompanying sambal packs a whole lot of punchy flavour and just enough heat. Yum! Make sure you save space for the Cendol ($3.80). The dessert is a revelation of how the simple combination of finely shaved ice, green jelly noodles, aromatic gula Melaka syrup and fresh coconut milk can be so, so tasty.
Avg Price: $20 per person
Photo by Burpple Tastemaker Julius Lim

Both the full-bodied, feisty chilli and the fragrant rice possessed the smooth oily slick of one of them Delta Swimming Complex suntanners in those obscene hump-teasing trunks, whilst elsewhere the chicken possessed a crisp skin with a formidable layer of sensually wobbly fat underneath. 4/5

Whilst the $12.80 plate itself may not warrant repeat visits - it is one of them hyped up, check-off-your-list dishes - the fact that the side dishes available to order vary from time to time, as well as how they serve alcohol to pair with your nasi lemak (swipe left), makes this place an interesting choice for off-peak languor along the Ann Siang stretch.

The recent macs burger craze had me craving some real nasi lemak, so I decided to try the one from coconut club because I've heard some rave reviews. Glad to say that the nasi lemak here is definitely worth the higher price!! The coconut rice is fragrant and light so you don't feel gelat after eating too much, and the tasty chicken itself sets the whole dish apart from other cheaper nasi lemaks.

After numerous failed attempts of wanting to try the Coconut Club's Nasi Lemak ($12.80), we finally managed to get a table yesterday. Definitely not the cheapest nasi lemak around but the traditional flavours revolving around the entire plate from the coconut rice to sambal chili actually works. I am on the side that feels that this is better than a certain brand that has a name from one of the stations on the North East line.
The Coconut Club
Address: 6, Ann Siang Hill, Singapore 069787

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The only lunch option on the menu, this Nasi Lemak costs $12.90 and comes with chicken drunlets, egg, peanuts and Ikan Billis. Non chicken lovers can opt to change it to their Otah instead. The rice is fragrant, chicken drummer is pretty 'shiok', but what stole the show for me was the SUPER SPICY sambal chili on the side which I kept going for, even though it was burning in my mouth. Worth a splurge, even though my preferred nasi Lemak is the $3.50 version found in hawker centers.

Perhaps a lot of it is due to its name which instantly transports you clear waters and pina coladas but it also serves up a mean plate of Nasi Lemak.

While I felt the rice should be a tad more “Lemak”, it marries the intensity and heat of the sambal nicely. The chicken was also a highlight. It’s difficult to mess up fried chicken but its also equally tough to make it memorable. Thankfully, the good folks here have come up with a formidable blend of herbs and spices which has elevated the humble chicken to the realm of it being the talking point of the entire meal.

Must try! Now open for dinner service. Lovely staff and awesome food. Ordered mostly from off-the-menu items and enjoyed all of them - especially the #beefrendang - so soft, flavourful and sedap. Thanks for the complimentary chicken - chef insisted we must try! It was good (love the crispy skin) but too stuffed to try the desserts! Hope to be back soon to give those a try!

The Coconut Club: No. 6 Ann Siang Hill, Singapore 069787
Opening Hours:
Tues – Sun: 11am to 3pm
Tues - Sat: 6pm to 9.30pm (last order)
Tel: +65 6635 2999

Fried Fish ($7.80)

Fried fish @thecoconutclubsg ! Yet another superb side dish for your nasi lemak. Fried till ultra crispy on the outside and served with yummilicious sambal. Lunch here always feels so decadent!

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