Coba Coba, a Nasi Padang and Nasi Ambeng concept eating house which opened their new outlet on Beatty Road in July, is now MUIS halal-certified.
This is the coffeeshop’s second outlet after its original location in Yishun.
Coba Coba is equally well known for their Malay-Indo dishes as well as its retro-looking ambiance with vintage displays, rustic wooden furniture, and the iconic trishaw outside its premises.
Same vintage vibes
Located about 10-minute walk away from either Bendemeer or Farrer Park MRT stations, the new Coba Coba sits on a nondescript corner of Beatty Road tucked behind a row of shophouses.
Like its Yishun outlet, the Beatty Road outlet features similar vintage decoration and a trishaw parked out front.
The dining area inside features Hainan colonial-style tables and chairs that harken back to an earlier time in history.
Vintage artefacts like kettles, kerosene lamps, sewing machine and even a charcoal iron line the walls, capturing a moment in time — and selfie backdrops on Instagram.
Like its Yishun counterpart, this outlet offers Malay-Indonesian dishes available in both single and communal servings.
Here are some of the eatery’s popular dishes:
Siput Sedut (S$5)
Tahu Telur (S$6)
Ikan Bakar (S$5 – S$9)
Nasi Padang (price varies)
Nasi Ambeng Sets (price varies)
Basmati Nasi Lemak (S$3.50 – S$5.30)
Gulai Tempoyak Ikan Patin
The prohibition of dining in at F&B establishments in the middle of this year has forced many F&B establishments to go online and Coba Coba is no exception.
If you’re hankering for Coba-Coba’s Nasi Ambeng, you can make orders for islandwide delivery here. Delivery charges apply.
Top photo by Google Reviews.