Friday, November 27, 2009

Coca @ Subang Parade


One of Subang Parade's better outlets, Coca has earned a reputation as one of those hardy survivors in the cutthroat restaurant business.


We chose a bunch of stuff for our steamboat selection, including seaweed rolls, top shell, sea asparagus, garoupa fish fillet, organic golden mushrooms, stuffed young corn and fish glue.


Ta-da! The mixture was satisfying enough, but not the best we've ever had.


Deep-fried stuffed freshwater prawns. Reasonably priced and nicely prepared.


Coca Special Curry Live Crab. The curry was sweet, tasty and not spicy at all, but it kinda overpowered the crab. Still, we mopped it up with the bread.


BBQ chicken. Our favourite for the night. Astoundingly succulent & flavourful.


Mango pulut with durian paste. A hearty portion, but mediocre & overpriced.


House white wine to wash it all down.


Coca Restaurant,
Subang Parade.
Tel: 5632-8766
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4 comments:

  1. my, even Coca serves wine now???

    I love their Ice Kacang though ;p Not sure if its stil good.

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  2. tng: booze is essential! :D haven't tried their ais kacang before, but i hope it has lots of kidney beans and stuff buried under the ice :D

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  3. The steamboat is a-OK and the ala carte menu's decent as well. I would go back on the rare chance when I actually would think of steamboat. And now that they're serving wine, would probably think of it more often! :-P

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  4. min: yeah, was happy that they served wine by the glass, instead of just beer! thumbs up for that!

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