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Coba Coba @ 156 Yishun Street 11

156 Yishun Street 11, Singapore 760156 #01-106

6382 2622

$5 · Halal Certified · Restaurant · Malay · Beverages · Chicken · Beef

Monday: 7:45 AM – 7:00 PM Tuesday: Closed Wednesday: 7:45 AM – 7:00 PM Thursday: 7:45 AM – 7:00 PM Friday: 7:45 AM – 7:00 PM Saturday: 7:45 AM – 7:00 PM Sunday: 7:45 AM – 7:00 PM

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Johnny Johnny

Rated 5.0/5.0 2 weeks ago

We ordered the deluxe platter for 2 pax as well as ice coffee. The platter comes in a generous portion which can easily filled up 3 person's stomach :) Service wise, the staff were friendly and accepted our request to change the curry chicken parts to our favourite drumstick! The ingredients were fresh and food is delicious. No wonder their customers from all parts of Singapore are willing order their food delivery. Ambience wise, there is quite a handful of pigeons flying and loitering around which can be improved.

Intensified (カシン)

Rated 2.0/5.0 4 months ago

Ordered their deluxe platter. Food was average. Nothing to rave about. Price wise is not cheap nor was it extremely expensive. Environment wise very neat, tidy and clean. To sum it up, it was a nice place to dine at, food wise can be improved. Would I recommend to others to come all the way to Yishun for this? Probably not except maybe perhaps my friends in yishun ran out of idea what to eat in their neighborhood.

Jasmine Khoo

Rated 4.0/5.0 3 months ago

Coba Coba has been around for awhile now in Yishun, tucked away in a quiet corner of this town. The selection of food is impressive, and really has the ability to leave you spoilt for choices. Classics like Ayam Masak Merah, Beef rendang and Sambal Goreng are delicious, and they also serve a really crispy and fluffy Tauhu Telur (you have to eat it on the spot). Lunch queues can get very long, so so be prepared to wait. Took one star off for pricing— it can be pretty steep.

Andre Hadianto

Rated 5.0/5.0 5 months ago

The place has a nice Indonesia padang restaurant vibe. The mixed rice is a bit expensive but they taste great. Would recommend to try out the Daun Singkong vegetable option and the Chicken

x t

Rated 4.0/5.0 3 months ago

First try durian fish in Singapore!! Finally I found it, always head back to Malaysia to eat this, now I don't have to travek so far if I craving for it🫢we ordered sambal kangkung(spicy),sambal petai(bitter) , begedil(salty) , sunny side up and durian fish(2pcs) , Food and drinks about $21.50, Reasonable price, come here to try the IKAN PARTIN TEMPOYAK 😋 their belacan is spicy 🔥🥵 overall is good, come at 12pm leave at 1240pm, crowd start to come .

Riccardo Tan

Rated 5.0/5.0 6 months ago

First time here to coba (try) the food. Very delicious and generous amount. Price slightly on the high side but once you take a few mouth of the food, you forget about how much you paid. The beef rendang is tender and I will recommend as first meat dish if this is your first visit. Nicely located corner makan place so you get some good wind circulation... Essential when eating spicy food. 😂 Staff are friendly and chill.

sonq Q

Rated 4.0/5.0 4 months ago

I like the laid back ambience and good service but the food looks better than they taste…both chicken and esp beef rendang was dry and the latter made worst by serving without gravy. The serving shown is $16, fair for the nice comfortable ambience plus good service. I’ll return if in the area but will try different dishes

Aatiqa Mohamed Ismail

Rated 3.0/5.0 a year ago

I got the deluxe platter. The taste was fine, I would say above average. The ambience is cool, with many vintage decos and it's a celebrity-approved place to eat. Maybe younger generations will be okay with the taste, but my parents were saying the flavor isn't quite there. I agree with them. Therefore, above average.

Calvin Chua

Rated 3.0/5.0 5 months ago

Coba Coba is a lovely place to enjoy a delicious plate of Nasi Padang - Singaporean Chinese style “菜饭”. The queue during lunchtime was long, but the staff behind the counter were efficient. You do not need to wait too long for your turn. I would like to compliment the chef for cooking out a wonderfully mixed and heavily peanut plate of Tahu Telur. It was well-fried and dripped with sufficient sweet sauce (it is not a dessert). When “tearing” up the Tahu Telur, it was rather easy and not messy. The taste was sumptuous. Other than that, the rest of the dishes were within my expectation. Damage: $35 +++ for two. Would I come back again? Perhaps not, unless, I am in the area.

Si Min Hong

Rated 5.0/5.0 4 months ago

Very delicious nasi padang. Every dish looks so appetizing but my stomach cannot fit all. Not cheap, this plate is about $9, but very good. Sambal chilli is too spicy for me.

alex aw

Rated 4.0/5.0 a month ago

Great muslim food. Great taste.👍 Custer services is good👍. Like sambal alot. Plenty of carpark lot nearby. Down side is abit warm during hot day if sit inside. Price wise seem reasonable to me.

khrhms

Rated 5.0/5.0 2 months ago

Good Nasi Padang dishes and Nasi Ambeng set! 2 meat and 1 veg with 1 drink costs $13.50. Spicy and great taste, easy to eat and not too heavy. Friendly service.

Yuna L

Rated 5.0/5.0 2 weeks ago

Nice food, good Halal restaurant, worth to try authentic Malay cuisine.

Sarah

Rated 4.0/5.0 4 months ago

We came around 12pm and there was already a line of people waiting to order which definitely hyped us up. Prices were definitely steep for us with all the food pictured coming up to around 30 dollars. Nevertheless, no regrets trying the food here - personally wouldn’t say that it’s the best out there in Singapore but food definitely tasted good and authentic with the beef rendang being my favourite here. Would consider going back if I feel like splurging

Michelle Koh

Rated 3.0/5.0 2 months ago

Food was just normal, not that fantastic for the long queue. Very expensive. 2 pax $40. Nasi lemak (egg, wing, cuttlefish, wedges, otah)

Siti Hajar

Rated 2.0/5.0 a month ago

Food taste good. But no cashless payment?! Which means if you order over $60 worth of nasi ambeng, be prepared to pay all in cash. I find it quite stupid to not have cashless system, not even paynow qr code at this day and age where people don't usually carry cash. Hope they can implement cashless payment. Paynow QR code is not hard to print out and paste at the shop.

YP Soo

Rated 5.0/5.0 4 months ago

Ordered delivery for work. From the liaising for delivery to food being delivered (still warm when the food reached) to the food packaging and most importantly the food quality, superb! The ayam curry was packed separately for individual solo ambeng set. Flavours of individual components in the dish was flavourful and complimenting! You know it when the food is cooked with love and passion! Ordering online was a breeze, easy to navigate system and island wide delivery. I think it was the lady boss who delivered the food personally. As my work location requires some navigation, I’m always greatly appreciative of deliveries personnel who checks in with me for directions when needed as they would have preplanned their journey. Despite rushing, she delivered the food with a smile and most importantly the food warm and intact!

Sean Poon

Rated 5.0/5.0 4 months ago

Malay cuisine at its best at the local scene. Had just ordered the normal Nasi Padang. The dishes bring me back to the good old days. It's really impressive and hard to find d in an HDB neighbourhood. I need to go back multiple times to try all their available dishes.

CK C

Rated 3.0/5.0 2 months ago

Cleaning staff could be more proactive instead of standing around looking at customers struggling to find the tray return station (which is located outside the eatery). The branch at Jalan Besar has a much nicer ambience.

Luisa Lai

Rated 5.0/5.0 3 months ago

Food here is so yummy!! Been here a few times and I often recommend this to both local and expat friends (might as well get them over to the heartlands). I don't know what it's called but the stuffed squid thingy is soooo good! Will be back again and again for sure.

Chili Pedi

Rated 3.0/5.0 2 months ago

Pretty expensive place. However, if you're looking to fulfil a nasi padang craving, this is the place to hit up. It's a nasi padang wonderland. They have pretty much everything you could ask for. Sambal goreng, bergedil, ayam masak merah ran me up about $10.50. Chicken costs upwards of $6.50. All the dishes were well made and tasty, with the chicken slightly too sweet, and rice on the soft side. Their belachan as well as the green chili mix with ikan bilis were spectacular. I'd probably only come back for special occasions due to the cost though.

G Casey

Rated 5.0/5.0 a month ago

Other than the price being on a slightly higher end, there is simply nothing to complain about the food here Every single item is amazing. Total bill add up to $52. So please be prepared to pay a little but if you willing to splurge, you won't regret it.

Winston C

Rated 3.0/5.0 a week ago

A bit of a let down. I had set B nasi lemak. Food was cold and not tasty. I see lots of other food choices, maybe will try the other options and see how they fare. I have to bring more people so can try their Nasi Ambeng! 😄

Poh Soh Lee

Rated 5.0/5.0 3 weeks ago

Breakfast items sold out at 10am… was looking forward to try their mee rebus and lontong. Ordered mee goreng & nasi lemak set B in the end. Sambal very “power”! Love it! Paired well with Nasi Lemak & mee goreng. Ordered a side pisang goreng… very well made too! Must try! Cosy ambient, powerful fans to keep you chill.

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