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Telephone
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Introduction
Enjoy tasty and authentic Nyonya style cuisine here at My Cosy Corner. They serve a humble yet winning selection of Laksa, Mee Siam, Mee Rubus, Kueh Pie Tee and not forgetting their signature Popiah. continue reading
Additional Information
Popiah is not served on Sunday.
Opening Hours
Today
10:00 - 19:30
Mon - Sat
10:00 - 19:30
Sun
11:00 - 16:00
Public Holiday
11:00 - 16:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Other Info
Cash Only
Restaurant Website
http://www.mycosycorner.com.sg
Signature Dishes
Laksa Popiah Mee Rubus Mee Siam
Review (10)
Level4 2014-09-03
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Do visit http://www.umakemehungry.com/2014/05/my-cosy-corner.html for more reviewsCosy Corner, a hidden gem in Cornation Plaza. We read about the articles on how their poh piah fares and decided to give it a try. Unfortounately, Poh Piahs are not available on Sundays.Indeed the shop name suits the environment! They are located in one corner of the old building with limited seating space. Order sheets were given and I'm amazed by the number of items My Cosy Corner Offered, from japanese cuisine to blended milk tea.Its interior was neat, plastered with articles from the media featuring some of the dishes and tubs of home made pastries like pineapple tart were for sale. While in the background, they were playing some soothing music from the 80s which make the environment so laid back on a Sunday morning.Laksa can be of a perfect fight to Prima's laksa. The thick rice noodle was soaked well in the aromatic coconut flavoured soup, with Tak Pok, eggs, fishcake and hard boiled egg. When compared, perhaps the losing part is that this is not as thick as what we had from prima. For laksa with prawns, it can be ordered at additional cost.Another local delight we had was Mee Rebus, featuring its rich sweet and spicy sauce and topped with cubes of bean curd cubes and egg.Till now, I still remember how contented I was on a Sunday morning over this dish! The little cups of the Kueh Pie Tee was very crunchy filled with cut pieces of egg while the rest of the ingredients is up to us to fill in. Let's experience the fun of filling up these cups!It was a fun experience handling the Kueh Pie Tie and filling them up with the ideal amount of ingredients to one's taste. The vegetables was boiled till soften, still retaining its moisture and juiciness within. The crispy crust of the cups together with such sweet tasting fillings was heavenly. The chilli was awesome! A perfect powerful spice to the entire cup. I still remember that the spice was so strong resulting in tears flowing down. So for those who dont take much spice, you may want to skip a little here.I'm still very keen to find out how their Poh Piah taste like and I will be back soon, hopefully not on a Sunday. continue reading
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Level1 2013-09-13
185 views
I visit Coronation Plaza often and what ever I do, I must have the poh piah. The skin is nice and soft and the filling is so tasty and chili and sauce is just nice with crispy bits. My family is peranankan, and we do make our own poh piah, but it is just very tedious, so this is the best next to mom's poh piah. Besides Poh Piah, they serve an outstanding laksa, the gravy is just nice, not too thick and the tau pok is yummy. This is way better than the normal laksa where the gravy can sometimes be too thin and runny or way to thick. continue reading
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Level3 2012-09-07
116 views
I went over to Coronation to have lunch to kill time. I wasn't hungry so I order 1 Popiah. The popiah is so nice. It is wrapped so properly. The ingredients are so well cooked. The egg was wonderful and soft, the sauce was welled spread and the vegetable was nice. It is so well arranged that when I eat it, nothing falls out, unlike Popiahs that I make myself. It is very tasty and it isn't salty. I think that it is quite healthy as they are all home-cooked and it is very salty. However, it was quite expensive as it costs $2.20. But I think its worth it because it is just too nice. I wish I could eat it everyday, however I don't go there everyday. If only there was delivery, I would definitely get it everyday. It just tastes so good! continue reading
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Level4 2012-08-22
82 views
As we were here awaiting for my previous food order to process, where I sat was the board where basically is the menu of the shop. I actually took interest in other food but I was only given a certain time by my friend to just have a quick bite, so that only allowed me to have something simple which I ordered the yam paste.It came with coconut milk topping, the texture of the yam was not very smooth, lacked of oil but the taste was ok. Just simply yam and no gingko nut or pumpkin in it. continue reading
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Level4 2012-06-28
38 views
This cozy little corner is always packed with customers. Their popiah is very well-known. It's not uncommon to see every table holds a plate of popiah. Today, I ordered two popiah for my daughter and a plate of mee siam with prawn for myself. Normally, I wouldn't add the prawn because it cost an additional $0.70 for two little prawns. We didn't wait long for the dishes to be served. The additional prawn gave the mee siam a little more texture, complementing the crispy tau pok. Well cooked bean sprout with the sweet-sour sauce. Perfect combo. $4.50 for a plate of Mee Siam with prawn. continue reading
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