West Coz Cafe @ Junction 10

1 Woodlands Road Singapore 677899 #01-34/35

6269 1008

$10 · Halal Certified · Restaurant · Singaporean · Thai · Seafood · Chinese

Monday: 11:30 AM – 9:30 PM Tuesday: 11:30 AM – 9:30 PM Wednesday: 11:30 AM – 9:30 PM Thursday: 11:30 AM – 9:30 PM Friday: 11:30 AM – 9:30 PM Saturday: 11:30 AM – 9:30 PM Sunday: 11:30 AM – 9:30 PM

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Yatie Smiley

Rated 5.0/5.0 11 months ago

Not crowded and fast too. The fried kuey teow and bee Hoon horfun is nice!! But price wise Abit expensive. for 4 people meal - Baby squid (s), fish sweet sou (s), 2 fried kuey teow, 2 seafood bee Hoon horfun, plus drink 2 bandung and 1 tea cost $64.40

Alex Pfieffer

Rated 4.0/5.0 a year ago

Weekend and it's time for lunch and buddy picked West Coz. I'm up for it for sure. We arrived around 2pm thereabouts and the place was not that crowded. We were seated and given our menu by a lady. She seem rather uptight, not rude just the tone I guess. Nothing to be bothered much by. In fact she was nice enough to inform us to call when we were ready to order. The choices! Oh my, that was the biggest issue albeit a good issue to have really. So we decided on Assam Fish, Sambal Kangkong, Oyster Omelette, Black Pepper Beef and rice of cause. The male server came and took our orders and in about 15mins all our items arrived. That's a nice thing. Probably because it wasn't that crowded. The pictures speaks for itself. The portions were generous, the veggies seems fresh however I would assume the assam fish to be different, you know the red soupy type rather than what I believe to be coconut based gravy. And half a fish head? Hhmmmm ... Nevertheless it was still delish. For the price point, was it worth it, definately. Would I be back here again, sure. Oh, and after we ate and went out to catch a breather, saw the lady leaving on her bicycle. Thank her and she smiled and went on her merry way. All in all, enjoyed it. Food : 4 / 5 Staff : 4 / 5 Ambience : 3 / 5

Sukhbir Singh

Rated 2.0/5.0 a month ago

The price and the of the food proportion is far from acceptable, even for shopping mall pricing. A medium size Kang Kong that is priced at $15 could barely feed 3 adults, and to add you can feel that the vegetable is not cleaned properly when you chew (sandy feel). Understand that the establishment operates in a mall but for it to overcharge for a relatively cheap vegetable, speaks volumes. No need to talk to about the size of the rest of the orders. Would probably pay much less for more quantity and better food at other similar establishments. Maybe this is unique to this outlet, never had issues with the Yew Tee point outlet.

roger Ng

Rated 3.0/5.0 6 months ago

Not bad,but the portion for the veggies could be a little bit bigger, The staffs is kinda rude especially this thin lady with curly hair that's always on her phone.its hard to catch her attention when we want condiments However the short hair lady that always attend to us is always jovial even when she is busy running around,we ended up giving her a tip before we go off. It's how we feel welcome that makes customers come back. Will be back for more. Hope staff will be more welcoming

Nur Khairunnizzafiqah Iskandar Zulkarnain

Rated 1.0/5.0 a month ago

twice i bought from junction10 outlet for takeaway and both times im the only customer waiting for takeaway. and when my food was ready (~20mins for 2 dishes), the servers nvr seem to bother to tell me my order was ready. (as there were 1 or 2 delivery orders). also, for medium size fried rice portion so expensive but so little. never coming back again.

Star Carter

Rated 3.0/5.0 6 months ago

The thai fried rice has no thai influence at all but taste good as a fried rice. The fried rice texture is dry, fluffy and every grain well fried. The chilli padi adds the extra heat and drizzled with lime to give the spicy tangy taste (maybe that’s the thai part) and fried chicken is a good side that makes the meal more hearty. The place is quite messy, service is normal. Eat and go place.

38Eleven Global

Rated 5.0/5.0 10 months ago

Good old Halal Zhi Char . We tried some normal or usual selections. I must say , I love the mee goreng and prawn paste chicken wing . Overall food tastes qreat but as the place have no sound proof, it get noisy at time especially when it crowded.

Muhd Kassim

Rated 5.0/5.0 6 months ago

Tried this dish (Aroi Royale) as its different from their zhi char dishes. Not bad. Tom Yum soup based with seafood varieties and noodles. Serving was huge for 4 pax. Ordered via online from the table QR code. Hassle free. The staffs were polite and courteous. Overall, nice experience. Thank you.

J

Rated 5.0/5.0 7 months ago

Set meal was really worth it. About 28++ for assam fish, veggie, sichuan soup, 2 rice. It was marketed to be for 2 pax but would think 3 pax is good for it too (maybe order 1 additional side). Would revisit to try their fish head / other seafood options.

Abdul Razak

Rated 4.0/5.0 3 months ago

The cuisine was enjoyable, but I must note that the ambiance felt too open for my preference. I would like to offer my constructive feedback regarding the individual responsible for clearing plates from the table. It would be most courteous to refrain from removing plates while the customer is still seated. Only once the customer has left the table should the plates be cleared.

Mck NW

Rated 5.0/5.0 4 years ago

Had dinner here with family for a few times. So far each time’s food is quite good. Happy with the service too. I like it that they offer drinking water for free, at our self service. They are quite generous with the condiments too.

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