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Kombi Rocks has always been on the “To go list if you’re driving” kind of articles, but in actual fact it’s not that inaccessible, it’s pretty much accessible from Serangoon Swimming Complex with a bus stop conveiently situated near by. One thing you will never miss from Kombi Rocks are their eye-catching signature retro and colourful Vee-Dubs that are lined up right infront of their cafe. They have a couple of Vee-Dubs which you could rent for events or photoshoot. Don’t they look so cutesy and
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Kombi Rocks has always been on the “To go list if you’re driving” kind of articles, but in actual fact it’s not that inaccessible, it’s pretty much accessible from Serangoon Swimming Complex with a bus stop conveiently situated near by. One thing you will never miss from Kombi Rocks are their eye-catching signature retro and colourful Vee-Dubs that are lined up right infront of their cafe. They have a couple of Vee-Dubs which you could rent for events or photoshoot. Don’t they look so cutesy and pretty?
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Not just Vee-Dubs, the interior of Kombi Rocks are filled with retro items on displays or even some for sale! Really one of the interesting vintage ambiance to dine in.
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Kombi Rocks dished up mainly chinese and thai food with recipes passed down from generations, so you could really feel the homely touch to each of the dish served up to your table!
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Koon Kee Mee Goreng ($6.50, small), mee goreng but with a twist of chinese flavors, brimming with eggy and wok aroma accompanied with traces of sweetness and subtle spiciness. A plate filled with heartwarming flavors but the portion was a little too small to fill the stomach though.
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Signature Kombination Platter ($32 for 4 pax) consisting of Handmade Thai Fish Cake, Handmade Prawn Roll, Thai Spicy Vermicelli Seafood Salad, Crabmeat Omelet and Lychee Pork Ribs. There were some hits and misses to this plate of platter. Their Thai Fish Cake and Thai Spicy Vermicelli Seafood Salad were the only two i would really recommend. Intriguing spicy and sour sensation on the palette by the Thai Spicy Vermicelli Seafood Salad. It has a very refreshing taste with crunchy prawns and fragrant minced meat. The rest of the foods are kind of lacklustre, texture and taste were not controlled well. The Lychee Pork Ribs tasted more like char siew slices with a fruity note; Handmade Prawn Roll lacking the firmness and meatiness and the Crabmeat Omelet was a little too generous on their salt.
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Signature Fish Maw and Crabmeat soup ($14) on the other hand fared much better. The soup were thick and goooey with abundance of fish maw, shredded crabmeat, mushrooms, and egg drops! It tasted clean cut and sweet, with a little of vinegar and pepper, it’s all ready to warm your stomach!
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Kombi Rocks has an interesting concept to begin with which has allows it to differentiate itself from many other cafes. Food wise was a pity, though it serves out dishes filled with warmth of a home-cooked meal but lacks the appeal for a return visit. Nonetheless, their floats look really good! Maybe it’s worth a try for their drinks and dessert on a hot afternoon instead.

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2014-11-19 136 views
It felt like 'back to the past' when you step into this unassuming place. Tables & chairs are just randomly pieced together. Walls are painted with old pictures, badges and retro guitars. Cabinets filled up with vintage toys and obviously mini cars. Definitely a photo worthy place! We ordered Beef Horfun ($8.50) but was given Seafood Horfun ($6.50). We thought the price was the same so didnt highlight it to the staff. Only when I was checking the pricing for the seafood horfun for this post, the
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It felt like 'back to the past' when you step into this unassuming place. Tables & chairs are just randomly pieced together. Walls are painted with old pictures, badges and retro guitars. Cabinets filled up with vintage toys and obviously mini cars. Definitely a photo worthy place!
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We ordered Beef Horfun ($8.50) but was given Seafood Horfun ($6.50). We thought the price was the same so didnt highlight it to the staff. Only when I was checking the pricing for the seafood horfun for this post, then I realised the price difference was $2! *Palm face*

The horfun was nice but comparable to those zichar stall at your neighbour coffeeshops, which will be cheaper. Here, you pay a premium for the vintage atmosphere and slightly better ingredients? The prawns were definitely bigger and fresher than those used in zichar stall.
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The Mee Goreng($8.60) WAS GOOD! MUST ORDER!

If I am to revisit Kombi Rocks, this is the ONLY reason. When everyone else is ordering the same dish, you just follow suit and you will not go wrong. Yup, even non-spicy eater like myself adore this dish.

It was tasty and accompanied with generous serving of crunchy vege, fresh prawns and fishcakes. We polished the plate in just a few minutes? It was that good. Keke

For full review: http://fun-hideout.blogspot.sg/2014/09/kombi-rocks.html to read more! ♥ ♥ ♥

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2014-05-13 269 views
Part retro diner, part vintage museum, Kombi Rocks (Diner) took over a now defunct coffee shop called Koon Kee at this location along Yio Chu Kang Road. Popular for their affordable Asian style food and great ambience, Kombi Rocks (Diner) can see queues of up to 1 hour, unless you make reservations in advance!The ambience at Kombi Rocks (Diner) is retro / vintage themed. Decor is a combination of tributes to music, mostly featuring the Beatles, and tributes to vehicles. Furniture is a throwback
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Part retro diner, part vintage museum, Kombi Rocks (Diner) took over a now defunct coffee shop called Koon Kee at this location along Yio Chu Kang Road. Popular for their affordable Asian style food and great ambience, Kombi Rocks (Diner) can see queues of up to 1 hour, unless you make reservations in advance!
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The ambience at Kombi Rocks (Diner) is retro / vintage themed. Decor is a combination of tributes to music, mostly featuring the Beatles, and tributes to vehicles. Furniture is a throwback to the past, with old barber chairs or wooden coffee shop chairs, mixed with metallic tables. Space is small, and tables are packed quite close together. Even the layout is different, ranging from family style zi char table dining, to cozy couple 2 seaters.
The fleet of classic / retro vehicles here are available for rental, and are normally taken up by wedding packages. Toy memorabilia displayed in the cabinets are for sale. And on Tuesday and Thursday nights, Kombi Rocks (Diner) hosts live musicians playing golden oldies.
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Service at Kombi Rocks (Diner) is semi self-service, where you order and make payment at the counter, but staff wil serve your order to the table. Staff are generally young, perhaps part-timers, and quite friendly, able to make recommendations if asked. Food is also served quite quickly even despite peak periods, normally between 10 - 20 minutes.
Food at Kombi Rocks (Diner) revolves around Asian cuisine, featuring a mix of influences ranging from Thai, to Chinese, to Singaporean. But there is some hint of Western style influence as well, as Kombi Rocks (Diner) is also a bar, with a decent range of drinks / beer / wine, and bar snacks. Prices are very affordable per dish, but you'll need to reserve a table if you don't want to wait too long!
The bottled beers here are among the cheapest in Singapore, with a Beer Stella Artois at SGD $8, and a German Beer Krombacher Weizen at SGD $9.
I love the intense red bean flavour of the Pulut Hitam Red Bean Ice Cream (SGD $5). Studded throughout with red beans, the consistency is smooth, but doesn't melt easily, great for the sunny weather in Singapore.
Pulut Hitam Red Bean Ice Cream
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A twist on the classic Chinese Red Wine Chicken from Foochow / Fujian cuisine, the Red Wine Chicken Wings (SGD $15) are deep fried chicken wings doushed with a Chinese red wine sauce. The chicken wings have a crisp, savoury skin, and well cooked but juicy meat. The sauce is lovely, with a tinge of tangy and sweet... Very good!
Red Wine Chicken Wings
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The Hand Made Thai Fishcake (SGD $8) is excellent! 3 lumps of well cooked fishcake, the exterior skin is crisp and flavourful with herbs and Thai spices, while the interior fish meat is soft and smooth. Not too oily, I only wish there was a bigger portion of it!
Hand Made Thai Fishcake
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Full Kombi Rocks (Diner) review here: http://ivanteh-runningman.blogspot.sg/2014/05/kombi-rocks-diner.html
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Date of Visit
2014-05-13
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20 Minutes (Dine In)
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$25 (Lunch)
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Pulut Hitam Red Bean Ice Cream
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You will recognize the place from afar. With a few well-restored Volkswagens parked right outside its doorstep, Kombi Rocks takes a step further in their interior (exterior) designing of their restaurant. I just love how every inch of the place aligns itself with their theme, it screams of detail and meticulousness. Exuding airs of vintage and American diners, Kombi Rocks surprisingly actually serves very Singaporean food (stop it with the Malaysian-vs-Singaporean food debate, y'all) - so most l
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You will recognize the place from afar. With a few well-restored Volkswagens parked right outside its doorstep, Kombi Rocks takes a step further in their interior (exterior) designing of their restaurant. I just love how every inch of the place aligns itself with their theme, it screams of detail and meticulousness. Exuding airs of vintage and American diners, Kombi Rocks surprisingly actually serves very Singaporean food (stop it with the Malaysian-vs-Singaporean food debate, y'all) - so most likely, for the locals - it will fit your palate.

Vintage, or vintage car fanatics would adore this place. Freelance singers hype up the atmosphere by singing popular songs with a more country/mellow sort of delivery.
Their meticulousness extends beyond the appearance, they provide tissue boxes on every table too. Every dish comes with a new individual bowl, so as not to mix flavours.
Fish Maw Crab Meat Soup - $13
The soup has a homemade edge to it with generous dollops of ingredients and thick base, might require a dash of black pepper. Pretty good to share and go around as a side.
Wokhei Beef Horfun - $16 (2 - 3 pax)
As the name suggests, the wokhei fragrance of the horfun is present but I think it's not strong enough. The fat horfun noodles are soaked thoroughly in the luscious sauce. The vegetables are luckily not overcooked, which is often the case. The beef slices are not that consistent though, with some tough to bite and others achieving the perfect melt-in-mouth texture. Overall, it is still quite enjoyable but go ahead and try other dishes as well!
Their service is considered efficient as they whip up your dishes only upon ordering to guarantee freshness. It is very far-flung in location especially for a Westie like me, but its interesting atmosphere is worth it.
How to get there?
While the nearest MRT on the map is Serangoon, it is still quite a distance to walk. From Kovan MRT, take bus 136 and alight 4 stops later.
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2014-04-21 212 views
For full review - http://midas400.blogspot.sg/2014/04/dinner-at-kombi-rocks-diner-opp.htmlToday is my actual birthday and hubby is treating me dinner. I picked this Retro themed diner located just opp the Serangoon stadium. The most accessible MRT station is Kovan, take bus 136 and get off at the 4th bus stop, then cross the road.The diner is a mini museum of all things retro, showcasing collections of the owner throughout the years. Beatles merchandises, guitars, metal toys, vintage rotary phon
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Today is my actual birthday and hubby is treating me dinner. I picked this Retro themed diner located just opp the Serangoon stadium. The most accessible MRT station is Kovan, take bus 136 and get off at the 4th bus stop, then cross the road.
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The diner is a mini museum of all things retro, showcasing collections of the owner throughout the years. Beatles merchandises, guitars, metal toys, vintage rotary phone, old school wall clocks, 60s barber chair, and two well kept Vespa scooters on display. The owner is also a Kombi bus fan, thus the name Kombi Rocks, and there's a row of them parked outside the diner.
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This place serves up local Chinese zichar and Thai dishes. Prices are pretty down to earth with most zichar dishes only slightly pricier than Coffee shop zichar stalls. On top of that, they serve a range of beverages and alcohol usually found in western cafes.
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We ordered 4 dishes to share for 2pax.
Wok Hei Seafood Horfun $6.50, homecooked style horfun with fresh prawns, pork slices, fishcake and greens. This dish is pretty good, has some wok hei and ingredients were fresh.
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Signature Red Wine Fried Chicken $15, this is an original creation by Kombi Rocks. The chicken mid wings served with crispy keropok were very tasty, the sweet sauce didn't have much of a wine taste, but still yummy nonetheless.
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The star dish of the day, Steamed egg with prawns and ginger garlic $35 (market price). The prawns were fresh and succulent and its natural sweetness has gone into the egg custard loaded with ginger and garlic, a combination of perfectly matched flavors...thumbs up!
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Claypot Fish maw Tofu w/ Fish Slices $30. Braised tofu with assorted veggies and loads of fish maw with some fish slices, served in a huge Fish head curry size claypot. Another homely style dish, very satisfying and filling too!
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We also ordered a drink each to go with the meal. I had the Cream Soda Float $6, and it came in a jumbo glass jar! The serving is definitely big enough for 2 to share.
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The vanilla ice cream portion was generous, goes well with the fizzy cream soda...I love this drink!
Hubby ordered a Bistro Mint Tea $5, he said it tasted like regular tea..
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Our dining experience here was a pleasant one, the food served here was pretty good and prices are pocket friendly (they don't charge GST). The ambiance is the main draw for this casual diner, for people who love all things retro and its a photographer's dream eatery. This is certainly a place worth checking out if you're staying nearby.
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2014-04-14
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2013-12-23 100 views
Kombi Rocks is located in the heartlands of Serangoon/Yio Chu Kang and i really enjoy the laid-back atmosphere of this place (: because of its location, it ain't touristy at all, and is perfect for chilling on a quiet weekday night. it's a really retro restaurant filled with quirky furniture from the past. fancy sitting in a barber's chair for dinner? haha. the food served there is kinda zichar style, and it was surprisingly good!!! both of us ordered the hor fun and they had a few versions of i
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Kombi Rocks is located in the heartlands of Serangoon/Yio Chu Kang and i really enjoy the laid-back atmosphere of this place (: because of its location, it ain't touristy at all, and is perfect for chilling on a quiet weekday night.

it's a really retro restaurant filled with quirky furniture from the past. fancy sitting in a barber's chair for dinner? haha. the food served there is kinda zichar style, and it was surprisingly good!!!
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both of us ordered the hor fun and they had a few versions of it! i had the wok hei seafood hor fun ($6) and there was really the wok hei flavour!!!!! it was sooooo good. i was really astounded! haha, kinda didn't expect it from a restaurant which i'd initially thought was more of an 'experience' rather than a real foodie experience. pleasantly surprised ^^ the moment it was placed in front of me, i breathed in the aroma of the wok hei. yummmmmy. and it was chock full of ingredients as well!

also ordered the wok hei beef hor fun ($8) which was super delicious as well
we were very impressed! the chunks of beef were pretty tender, and the sauce was delicious as well (:

we also had a Kickapoo float ($6) haha. it was a slightly strange combination, but not too bad! just because i don't like root beer xP haha. it's a super big glass! two of us were super full after that.

A really satisfying meal at reasonable prices! (: although it's more expensive than eating at your normal zichar coffee shops, but it was a great experience ^^
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2013-10-29 60 views
The fish maw crab meat soup which was filled with fish maw.And I really love fish maws. A huge bowl of home cooked alike soup like that was only $13!!I love it so much I think one day I'll go down and just order a bowl of this with rice and I'm settled for the whole day.Homemade Thai fishcakes $4 We ordered lots more food and had a mini photoshoot there as well, read more at http://www.triissy.com/2013/08/spouseys-22nd.html (:
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The fish maw crab meat soup which was filled with fish maw.
And I really love fish maws. A huge bowl of home cooked alike soup like that was only $13!!
I love it so much I think one day I'll go down and just order a bowl of this with rice and I'm settled for the whole day.
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Homemade Thai fishcakes $4
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We ordered lots more food and had a mini photoshoot there as well, read more at http://www.triissy.com/2013/08/spouseys-22nd.html (:
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2013-07-22 52 views
The current Kombi Rocks Diner is a revamped version of Koon Kee Restaurant which was all started in 1971and now it is taken over by Mr Lim Koon Kee's youngest son, Chef Hai. He had merged his passion of restoring classic vehicles, guitars and fans into the business with Kombi Rocks offering 2 kinds of service, dinning and rental. Kombi Rocks offers rental of vintage vehicles like Kombi & Bug from Volkswagen. And I came to know this place by words of mouths as my friend had rented one of such veh
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The current Kombi Rocks Diner is a revamped version of Koon Kee Restaurant which was all started in 1971and now it is taken over by Mr Lim Koon Kee's youngest son, Chef Hai. He had merged his passion of restoring classic vehicles, guitars and fans into the business with Kombi Rocks offering 2 kinds of service, dinning and rental.
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Kombi Rocks offers rental of vintage vehicles like Kombi & Bug from Volkswagen. And I came to know this place by words of mouths as my friend had rented one of such vehicles for his wedding day. If not for the recent recommendations and media, this cafe would probably had gone unnoticed when I drove pass the shop houses of Yio Chu Kang Road.
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In memory of his late parents, Chef Hai decided to carry on the legacy and continue serving a fusion of Thai and Chinese Dishes in his restaurant.

Ambiance of Kombi Rocks was pretty well setup, unique and filled with lot of vintage items hanging on its wall and in its display cabinets. It somehow had given me the good feelings of stepping into another timezone, the 60s - 70s on a relaxing Sunday afternoon.
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The small menu booklet was given to us by one of the staff which seems polite and friendly. The menu was rather crumpled and old school looking with a brown wooden board as the base.
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Drinks are being stored in glass jars like these.
Left: Root Beer Float, $6
Right: Stewart's Cream Soda, $4
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Thai Fishcake - $4 (3 pieces), Deep fried with crispy crust at the outside and inner, spongy and soft. Goes quite well with the thai chilli.
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Koon Kee Mee Goreng - $6, a dish inspired by a Vietnamese pasta, is the signature dish name after Mr Lim Koon Kee the founder of the original Koon Kee Restaurant. This dish is pretty ordinary, prepared and fried in tomato ketup, sweet with hints of spiciness with portions of fried egg.
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Red Wine Fried Chicken - $15. Every piece of it was well coated with sweet red well sauce, feel the tangy taste!
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Wok-hei Seafood Hor Fun - $6
. As the name suggests, a taste of "Wok-Hei" is anticipated and can never be missed here. Freshly prepared, the hor fun is rather soft and smooth.
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Have a seat on the old school barber seat over the round marble table top with Singer's sewing machine foot pedal? Oh well, this place is reserved.
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Overall the ambiance is what most of us come here for. The food is pretty normal, more towards the taste of home cooked food with steep prices and the grand total of the meal is made up of 10% of their service charge. If you are into retro stuff, why not take a chance and travel down Yio Chu Kang and have a good reminisce of the past.
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2013-06-28 58 views
Passed by Kombi Rocks and as it wasn't crowded, dropped by for a quick meal. I got the Tofu with Veggies and Prawns - which is pretty standard zi char fare, nothing special about it. The boss was there at that time, and very kindly removed the sheets from the pink kombi for me to take pictures. The decor of the interior of the restaurant is quite impressive with lots of retro stuff, but food wise, you can probably get better at other zi chars.
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Passed by Kombi Rocks and as it wasn't crowded, dropped by for a quick meal. I got the Tofu with Veggies and Prawns - which is pretty standard zi char fare, nothing special about it. The boss was there at that time, and very kindly removed the sheets from the pink kombi for me to take pictures. The decor of the interior of the restaurant is quite impressive with lots of retro stuff, but food wise, you can probably get better at other zi chars.
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What caught my attention was the elaborate decor and the beetle and kombi parked outside this place, so I decided to stop over for a quick lunch. Had their fried rice which was really average - fried rice from other normal zi char places could even taste better. I guess the only selling point is the decor, lots of vintage stuff inside. They offer mainly chinese cuisine, might stop by again to try out other dishes.
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What caught my attention was the elaborate decor and the beetle and kombi parked outside this place, so I decided to stop over for a quick lunch. Had their fried rice which was really average - fried rice from other normal zi char places could even taste better. I guess the only selling point is the decor, lots of vintage stuff inside. They offer mainly chinese cuisine, might stop by again to try out other dishes.
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2013-03-12 36 views
Kombi Rocks serves Thai fushion food and if you're wondering, yes, the owner has a huge collection of Volkswagen Kombi and Beetles. Stepping into the cafe will instantly take you back to the 60s with their decor, a good place to bring your parents to reminiscent about the past.Kombi-nation Platter (4 pax) - $30 (4/5)The platter consists of thai fishcake, prawn roll, smoked duck, spicy vermicelli with shrimp, and crabmeat omlette. Initially, we were worried that we would not be able to finish it
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Kombi Rocks serves Thai fushion food and if you're wondering, yes, the owner has a huge collection of Volkswagen Kombi and Beetles.
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Stepping into the cafe will instantly take you back to the 60s with their decor, a good place to bring your parents to reminiscent about the past.
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Kombi-nation Platter (4 pax) - $30 (4/5)

The platter consists of thai fishcake, prawn roll, smoked duck, spicy vermicelli with shrimp, and crabmeat omlette. Initially, we were worried that we would not be able to finish it as it was a dish for 4. But we did finish it, which goes to say something about the serving size. Hmm...
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Crabmeat Fried Rice - $12 (3.5/5)

Seeing that there were quite a few choices of fried rice on the menu, I asked the waiter/chef for his recommendation of the best selling one and he suggested Crabmeat Fried Rice. Okay, sounds interesting. But the result was just ... average.
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Best thing about this place is the ambiance I guess. There were only three groups of people when we were there. Service was prompt (could be due to off peak hours though) and guess what, the waiter is also the chef!

Regrettably, the same cannot be said for the rest though.
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