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Coq & Balls

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Coq & Balls is vibrant gastrobar and considered to be one of the most sought-after chill-out spot here in Tiong Bahru area.  The place is a great place to stop during happy hour or hang out all night. They have extensive menu of international beer and hard cider list to enjoy drinking while listening to an amazing music playlist. 

Mon - Fri: 16:00 - 00:00

Sat, Sun & PH: 12:00 - 00:00

+65 62766609
$33 based on 10 submissions
After Work (6 votes), Boys Night Out (4 votes), Birthdays (3 votes)
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Pleasantly Surprised by good food

Have been hearing alot about this place especially because the name is so distinct, I was definitely curious to find out what they had to offer. Went down last friday after work as the colleagues and myself had just finished a meeting around tiong bahru area, so we decided to give it a shot. first impressions were that the place had a really nice openness to it, the big rooster on the wall is definitely the highlight of the whole interior.
We settled for a seat for 4 at the outdoor sitting area as it was quite packed indoors. Since it was TGIF, we decided to start with drinks first while looking through the food menu. They offer a wide selection of beer and ciders, we were spoilt for choice, but settled four our usual Hoegardens and Stellas which are on draft. Food wise we ordered The coq & Balls Burger (as recommended by the staff), fish n chips, crispy garlic chicken with mash and Guinness Beef Pie. We ordered a side of Wings as well just to share. The food was good and reasonably priced with okay portions. The burger was definitely worth the money. Felt that the portion of the fish n chips was too small, but overall it was simple and yummy. I fell in love with the mash that came with the Crispy Garlic Chicken. This is the first time i've been to a place that serves mash that has a mixture of bacon and eggs and herbs. It was simply divine.
We spent about $30/person inclusive of drinks and food and overall a great place to chill and unwind.
Definitely going back for the food again!

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• 01 Sep 2014 • 1 review • 0 follower

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Have been hearing alot about this place especially because the name is so distinct, I was definitely curious to find out what they had to offer. Went down last friday after work as the colleagues and myself had just finished a meeting around tiong bahru area, so we decided to give it a shot. first impressions were that the place had a really nice openness to it, the big rooster on the wall is definitely the highlight of the whole interior.
We settled for a seat for 4 at the outdoor sitting area as it was quite packed indoors. Since it was TGIF, we decided to start with drinks first while looking through the food menu. They offer a wide selection of beer and ciders, we were spoilt for choice, but settled four our usual Hoegardens and Stellas which are on draft. Food wise we ordered The coq & Balls Burger (as recommended by the staff), fish n chips, crispy garlic chicken with mash and Guinness Beef Pie. We ordered a side of Wings as well just to share. The food was good and reasonably priced with okay portions. The burger was definitely worth the money. Felt that the portion of the fish n chips was too small, but overall it was simple and yummy. I fell in love with the mash that came with the Crispy Garlic Chicken. This is the first time i've been to a place that serves mash that has a mixture of bacon and eggs and herbs. It was simply divine.
We spent about $30/person inclusive of drinks and food and overall a great place to chill and unwind.
Definitely going back for the food again!
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• 06 Aug 2013 • 1 review • 0 follower

Awesome Craftbeer hangout

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I stumbled on this gem last sunday while exploring tiong bahru with a few mates of mine. First thing it reminded me of was the street bars in melbourne with worn brick walls and industrial interior.

Excellent choice of many international craftbeers and ciders. Very impressed actually at the beer selection. Had a westons vintage that day from the UK which reminded me of old farm ciders. Offers a variery of tapas but i hear they will be open for brunch soon so definitely going to check that out.

Overall good experience with extremely friendly and fun loving staff. A must try when in Tiong Bahru.
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• 28 Jul 2013 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Hidden Gem in Tiong Bahru

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I've hit many popular areas across Singapore and I find most to be pretentious and frankly boring.. While checking out the many new spots in the hip neighbourhood in Tipng bahru, my friends and I fell in love with Coq &  Balls..
it has it all! Laid back, unpretentious and friendly staff, even though it was packed with patrons!
great mix of nationalities every time I return and the selection of tapas and esp their beers and ciders are phenomenal!
i felt the need to write this review after seeing the horrid one written previously.. Honestly, this is a bar and not fine dining so if you're an anal person who is also a cheapskate, this place ain't for you! 
It's for REAL people who loves a laugh and Gd night out!
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