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COCA Restaurant at Subang Parade [Thai Food]

Earlier last week, I got an invitation from BBO Sunny Yaw, to join him for dinner at Subang Parade. It was a food tasting session at COCA Restaurant.

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Main Entrance to Coca Restaurant

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Nicely decorated hall way which leads into the main banquet hall of Coca Restaurant

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Thai Sculptures

Basically when you talk about the COCA name, the first thing that would come into your mind would be medium to high end steamboat right? They are already in food and beverage business since 1957 where our country just got the independence. More about their history can be read from their corporate website.

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Andrea the Marketing Manager for COCA Malaysia briefing us their new strategy

Andrea, the Marketing Manager of Coca Restaurants Malaysia told us COCA’s new strategy of diversifying their business into ala-carte from their traditional steamboat menu. All the ingredients that used in the food preparation for the ala-carte menu are fresh from the aquarium. You can trust on the freshness on the seafood served here.

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Deep Fried Mussels – RM12 Rating 4/5
Deep fried mussel in batter served with salad sauce

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Tamarind Style Prawn – Market Price 100g RM18 Rating 3/5
Stir fried fresh prawn in hot & spicy tamarind sauce

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Mango Salad – RM15.80 Rating 4/5
Slice sour mango with peanut, dried shrimp & spicy lime sauce

This mango salad is my famous all time favorite Thai appetizer. At COCA, you can be assured to get the same exact taste which you eat in Thailand. It is not too sour and not too spicy. Just perfect !

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Broccoli Prawns – Market Price RM16 per 100gram – Rating 3/5
Stir fried broccoli with prawns

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Pandan Chicken – 2pcs at RM8.80 Rating 4/5
Marinated chicken wrapped in pandan leaf

The pandan chicken here is a must to try. It is well marinated and deep fried to perfection.

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This is the best dish of the night …. Steamed Jade Fish in Thai Style – Market Price RM17 per 100gram Rating 5/5
The fish is steamed with Thai fish sauce, garlic, lime and chili padi made it taste so good and appetizing

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Coca Mini Bun – RM1.80 per piece Rating 3/5

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Coca Curry Live Crab – Market Price RM12 per 100 gram Rating 4/5
Live crab cooked in Coca’s famous curry.

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Crab Sauce Dip for the Bun

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Apple Juice – RM12.90

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Ice Kacang – RM9.80 Rating 4/5

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Thai Light Curry With Ginger Jade Fish – RM17 Market Price per 100gram Rating 3/5

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Fresh Mango with Glutinous Rice and Durian Paste – RM23.80 Rating 4/5

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Tub Thim Krub – Water chestnut with coconut milk and jackfruit – RM7.50 Rating 4/5

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Steam Tapioca with coconut milk – RM10 Rating 3/5

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Tartelette Citron Meringue – FREE baked by BBO Rating 3/5

Camwhore + More Pictures On The Location

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Myself and Sunny Yaw ….. This crab is really fresh!

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Ivan – My coleaque and Rebecca

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See we clear the plate? lol ….

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Bigboysoven with Andrea [The Marketing Manager for COCA]

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Sunny Yaw

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Live Oyster!

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Place: COCA Restaurant

Location : Subang Parade
GPS Coordinate : N3 04.945 E101 35.192
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Address : Lot G28, Level G, Subang Parade, 5, Jalan SS16/1 Subang Jaya 47500 Petaling Jaya
Contact No : Tel: 03 5632 8766
Website : http://www.coca.com.my
Business Hour : 11am to 10pm
Off Day :
Food Type: Authentic Thai Food and Premium Steamboat
Price: Reasonable
Payment Terms : Cash / Credit Card
Cleanliness Votes : 4/5
Food Votes : 4/5
Air Conditioned : Yes
WIFI :
Smoking and non smoking zone : None
Tax : 5% Gov and 10% Service
Recommended Foods : Ala carte Authentic Thai Cuisines. Checkout the foods above …. all were their specialties

Remark: PORK FREE




10 Comments

  • February 25, 2009 - 9:42 pm | Permalink

    ya ya ya..the ais kacang realllllyyyy good!

    thenomadGourmands last blog post..A Taste Boutique, Red Velvet Cake and Recipe

  • February 26, 2009 - 9:54 am | Permalink

    Wow! That’s real lots of dishes you’ve tried out. Yummy…

    allies last blog post..Penang Hawker Food | Duck Drumstick Mee Suah @ Sg. Pinang

  • February 26, 2009 - 1:44 pm | Permalink

    Rebecca : Couldn’t agree more XD

    Allie : It is lor ….

    Leslie : The Muscles are very tasty and worth the price … pay COCA a visit and the price mention here is their menu price. You’ll get the same thing served as shown on this review.

  • February 26, 2009 - 3:55 pm | Permalink

    Ooohhh…looks tempting

  • February 26, 2009 - 7:21 pm | Permalink

    The food looks appetizing especially the curry crab but prices for the drinks are a bit expensive.

  • February 27, 2009 - 10:27 am | Permalink

    17 bucks per 100gm????

    that fish can buy u normal soon hock liao..

    lotsofcravingss last blog post..BBQ @ Home

  • February 27, 2009 - 11:15 am | Permalink

    nick : it is tasty …..

    ck : The crab is fantastic and the curry powder doesn’t over power the freshness of the crab. So you can taste the crab’s meat sweetness

    joe : Ya lo …. but it is worth the price and taste very appetizing

  • March 1, 2009 - 1:59 am | Permalink

    ampang burger!!!! LOL +D ramleeeeeeeeee~

  • March 2, 2009 - 8:15 pm | Permalink

    how was penang trip?? LOL time for burger!!

  • March 3, 2009 - 9:19 am | Permalink

    i’ve never tasted thai food before but that’s one thing i promise to do before i die. i’ve heard so much about the rich spicy taste of thai food.

    come to think of it, i think the only reason why i’ve never eaten thai food is because there are no thai restaurants in my city. there are many japanese, korean and chinese restaurants but no thai restaurants

    graces last blog post..SMOM a Smaller Country than the Vatican

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