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West Co'z Cafe (West Coast Plaza)

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West Co'z Café is a family cafe, serving Halal Chinese Thai foods with quality taste at an affordable price. This popular eatery has attracted customers from all parts of Singapore because of its popular dishes that family and friends love to share for in one table.

Daily: 11:30 - 21:30

+65 67791303
$15 based on 43 submissions
Dinner (8 votes), Children/Family (7 votes), Large Groups/Gathering (6 votes)
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Heartland's comfort food

on any bad day, all you have to do is pop by here for their signature fish head curry (choose the asam, its more local flavor), and wow your mood is so much better!!

they have a big menu full of tze char classics that taste as good as their signature curry! At least once you must come try their food, its that good.

But be warned that during lunch and dinner, you have to wait very very long for your turn, we had to wait about 45min before they gave us a call for our table.

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• 04 Feb 2015 • 12 reviews • 0 follower

Heartland's comfort food

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on any bad day, all you have to do is pop by here for their signature fish head curry (choose the asam, its more local flavor), and wow your mood is so much better!!

they have a big menu full of tze char classics that taste as good as their signature curry! At least once you must come try their food, its that good.

But be warned that during lunch and dinner, you have to wait very very long for your turn, we had to wait about 45min before they gave us a call for our table.
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• 21 Sep 2014 • 389 reviews • 13 followers

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So I finally got the chance to eat here!! Assam Fish - we opted for fish slices version with Assam curry. The fish slice was the deep fried type you eat in fish soup. I thought its a little queer but still tasted good as the curry is good. It's not super Assam as it's lemak too. Kinda the best of both worlds. :) Golden Claypot Chicken - another awesome dish. Pre-fried chicken pieces coated wi Tom Yum Soup - not great. Taste like it's made with instant paste. Can skip the next time. Sambal Lady's Fingers and Sambal French Beans with Prawns - both very good. Vege were stir-fried with good wok-Hei. Cannot stop eating. A meal here cost is $80 so while it's not cheap, it's very affordable. Will be back again for the nice and affordable fish head curry.
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• 07 Mar 2014 • 29 reviews • 0 follower

Sedap Assam Fish Head Curry at West Coz Cafe!

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For full review and all pictures, please visit http://happyhappymaruko.blogspot.sg/2014/03/sedap-assam-fish-head-curry-at-west-coz.html

I think you should visit this restaurant. Coz it's not bad at all.

Coz like, the Assam Fish Head Curry was quite delicious and we all finished our rice drenched with the curry completely! Mum even asked for seconds. Do try the original non-assam version if you don't like sourness! There was a lot of meat in this fish, we all had enough to share.

 loved the Prawn Paste Chicken, coz it arrived warm and crispy, with enough prawn paste taste to keep me happy. The reason why there were only two in the picture is because I was too busy eating that I forgot to take the picture before attacking.

Sambal Kangkong was fragrant but a bit too oily. You could see the layer of oil left behind after this dish was massacred. 


Braised Tofu was so so. I cannot remember what it tasted like. I think the omelette would have been a better choice.

All in all, a pretty wholesome meal and suitable for family outings due to their set meals. But do try to come early! Before 6.30pm if you can. Coz, they do not take reservations for less than six persons, and you have to wait up to 45 min during peak hour. I liked that food came pretty quickly within like 5 minutes of sitting. Especially if you order food on the set menus as they are well prepared already.

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