This Thai restaurant chain is a household name in Singapore, well-known for its signature Coca sauce, made from a secret family recipe over 50 years ago. Besides the buffet steamboat menu, there are also signature dishes like the original fish glue, house special dumpling and other seafood dishes to sample.
Daily: 11:00 - 15:30
Daily: 16:00 - 22:00
$37 based on 32 submissions
Buffet (8 votes), Dinner (7 votes), After Work (5 votes)
Has been eating coca since 1990s and its chilli sauce is still as good with the generous amt of coriander added into the thai chilli sauce.
dunno y this restaurant's image has changed tremendously;last time used to be quite a high class place(even the fish paste looks high class when sliced into the shiny good looking steamboat but now the whole restaurant goes into home steamboat style.the fish paste looks like those they just bought from ntuc and unwrapped into a plate and then the steamboat used looks like some old toyomi looking brand.
but still this restaurant is a good place for small gathering and quite value of money.
Food is not fresh. Service crew need to reminds them serval time to just top up one soup. Food is so so. Over rated service and over charge for the service and food. Bad service by all the staff. Can't be bothered to assist guest needs. Overall it's not worth visiting.
Yesterday was the last time i am stepping into Coca. Their buffet is expensive, nothing special except the chilli, and worse of all, they make you pay 50cents for ICE WATER!! We ended up paying $50 per head, and realise that there is so many other options for that price, and most probably better ones as well. come on, $50 steamboat buffet per pax and you can't afford us a few cubes of ice?
For quite a while we have not been here and Coca has downsize their Takashimaya outlet. The space are much smaller.
We had an incident today where my son broke the glass and spill his drinks all over. The captain brought some tissues and asked us to clean ourselves and she rudely standing there instructing us!!! Just imagine how poor is the service. I just can't take her attitude and stood up asking her to do it herself.
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