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Coocci Contemporary Japanese (Commonwealth Crescent Market)

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Coocci Contemporary Japanese is a Japanese hawker stall located in Commonwealth Crescent Market that extremely has a good quality of food that suits your appetite with a match of clean dish presentation in a very reasonable price.

Tue - Sun: 12:00 - 15:00

Tue - Sun: 18:00 - 21:00

Closed: Mon

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Nice touch at the neighbourhood

Btw, they have moved to serangoon north ave 1 Blk 153. Wr ordered the top 3 chef recommended and they didnt disappoint us!

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• 01 Jun 2014 • 102 reviews • 8 followers

Nice touch at the neighbourhood

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Btw, they have moved to serangoon north ave 1 Blk 153. Wr ordered the top 3 chef recommended and they didnt disappoint us!
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  • The dumplings with chicken stuffing
• 12 May 2014 • 261 reviews • 38 followers

quality food at budget prices

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I was feeling hungry mid afternoon on Sunday due to a less than satisfactory lunch and decided to check out Coocci. I ordered Soboro Don ($5) which is rice mixed with egg and a layer of minced chicken thigh on top. I liked a crispy rice layer at the bottom of the hot pot. The afternoon was really hot otherwise I will enjoy this dish more. My daugher has Tori Nanban - Fried Chicken $6 that comes with a bowl of rice. The generous portion of chicken thigh meat is thick and juicy and she finished almost all of it.

Both dishes comes with a refreshing shredded daikon and tofu salad

One small suggestion... both times I visit the stall, I was greeted with a standard "we don't have X, X, X" Instead of greeting customers with a negative remark, they would have stuck a little plastic suction cup with a cute sold out label for items that are out of stock. The first greeting could begin with "Would you like to try our XX, it is quite popular among our guests"

Looking forward to trying other dishes.
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• 05 Jan 2014 • 29 reviews • 1 follower

EXQUISITE HAWKER FARE

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Nestled among the typical hawker stalls at Commonwealth Crescent Market is Coocci Contemporary Japanese. This stall is hard to miss with its zen decor and atas-looking menu. The menu is simple, pick any dish from 1 to 8, or just everything because all of them look so good!

The quality of Coocci Contemporary Japanese would not disappoint you. A must-go! And you must go there early, and try everything from 1 to 8 if you can!

For photos and full review, please visit http://kumory.blogspot.sg/2013/12/coocci-contemporary-japanese-exquisite.html.
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