Taking a chance on a place that was rated well on Urbanspoon, my friends and I dropped by the inconspicuous (read: hard to find) asian fusion restaurant; Coda. Following google maps, the restaurant is located in a tiny alleyway with only a very nondescript sign on the side of the building as well as on the floor of the entrance as seen above.
Some of the dishes we ordered (clockwise from above) were the slow-cooked pork shoulder; which was nice and tender and a very satisfyingly warm dish. Also a single serve of chargrilled lobster on betel leaf for myself, a good bite-sized portion (although probably overpriced at $10).
The black angus scotch fillet with fish quenelle, which was juicy, but a little bit on the burnt side. A favourite of ours, the yellow fin tuna salad which was light and a great starter dish to share.
Overall the food was as good as expected, although the waiters seemed to be disappointed none of us wanted to order any alcoholic drinks with our meals, but the service was prompt, friendly and helpful. It’s a good place to go as a group to try more dishes as they are good sharing portion sizes, and also because individually the prices may not be so worth it.