The Coconut Club

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A Coconut Club outpost exclusively for pick-up, takeaway and delivery orders.

97 Frankel Avenue
Singapore 458222

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10:30am - 09:00pm

10:30am - 09:00pm

10:30am - 09:00pm

10:30am - 09:00pm


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mung bean jellies, adzuki red beans, shaved ice, palm sugar, fresh coconut milk, evaporated milk

coconut rice, fried indian mackerel fish, fried egg, anchovies, peanuts, cucumber, sambal & kecap manis on the side

The Coconut Club is another recent addition to the MICHELIN family and serves up an atas version of nasi lemak — their Signature French Poulet Leg Nasi Lemak Set comes with all the works, including a large, beautifully browned chicken leg with tender, well-marinated meat (no dryness in sight!).

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Ouf, if this picture doesn’t make you salivate you ain’t a real Coconut Club fan. I mean, look at the crispy, oily skin on the chicken and the egg yolk. Simply beautiful.

It might seem silly to pay ~$17 for a plate of Nasi Lemak but it’s one of those, take my money, kind of feelings. This dish is done so well, they are generous with their portions - look at that chicken! And it comes with all the fixings; fried egg, ikan bilis, peanuts, cucumber, and sambal. I like how juicy the chicken is, even the breast meat version of this dish isn’t dry, and it goes really well with their sambal.

We do like to order side dishes as well when we come and on this occasion we got the following: sambal sotong, otah, and fried long beans. Everything was delicious but definitely spicy so be warned. But a good kind of spice where you want to eat more.

I always leave feeling satisfied and full and the service is quick and friendly.

Like everything here, this was such pure, refined hawker food. The tea and the lime were so balanced, it's the best I've drunk.

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For a long time I felt this was glorified nasi lemak, meant to scam the unaware. Then I heard how good it was and have been trying to visit. I must say, one, it's indeed excellent. But, two, it showed the limits of hawker food, where no matter how good it is, there's a ceiling. The rice was a fragrance bomb. Then there's the chilli, which was rich and addictive. Then there's the ikan bilis, which was like chips. The chicken's sauce was spiced very well, but the rice was still best eaten with the chilli.