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 Cheeky Tiong Bahru bar with grub

Coq & Balls
First published on . Updated on 14 Nov 2013.

This cheekily-named chill-out spot is the latest addition to the (non-conservation) Tiong Bahru area. Ex-bankers Goh Zhiwei and Sean Lawlor, together with metal rocker Michael Leong, joined forces to set up a Melbourne-inspired, minimalist bar space that plays a diverse selection of music (put together by Leong) – you can’t miss the spray-painted ‘BALLS WILL ROLL’ sign out front. Name aside, they’re dead serious about their alcohol: a vast offering of more than 30 craft beers and ciders ($12-$15), plus show-stoppers like the Chuck Norris ($25), in which three sets of absinthe are set on fire. There’s food as well, mainly Japanese fusion offerings such as the braised pork belly and teriyaki sandwich served with fries ($15) and curry chicken banzai with a side of bread or Japanese rice ($12.50).

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Coq & Balls details

Address
6 Kim Tian Rd 16924

Transport
Nearby Stations: Tiong Bahru
Bus Lines: 5, 16, 33, 63, 123, 195, 851

Telephone 6276 6609

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Main courses from $12.50 to $23.00

Open Daily 5pm-midnight

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