Coexist Coffee Co. opens 3rd outlet in a sprawling new space with pizza, plated desserts & more in Paya Lebar

by Christabel Tan

I have a confession to make — I’ve yet to visit any of Coexist Coffee Co.’s outlets.

I know, I know. Hillview is not the most convenient location for me, and the thought of having to brave the working crowd in Keong Saik isn’t my idea of fun. But now that there’s a new outlet in Paya Lebar, I have no more excuses. Welcome to the East side, best side.

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The widely successful cafe will open its doors at the Lifelong Learning Institute on 23 February 2022. Unlike the previous two concepts, this outlet is a micro roastery and cafe, with an impressive set-up (see: open-air roastery) that’s bound to catch the attention of any barista, coffee roaster, or aficionado.

Gorgeous & spacious interior

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Would you look at how stunning the space is? This is their biggest outlet to date, with plenty of seating for both groups and solo diners.

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Designed with the theme “a walk in the park in old London” in mind, the 3,500 sq. ft space is awash with dark, monochrome tones and wood accents. And c’mon, volcanic rocks? I’m no designer, but damn.

Food & drink options galore

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The menu is equally expansive, with options unlike anything you’ve seen in both the Hillview and Keong Saik outlets. From sandwiches and salad bowls to pasta and plated desserts, I’m not kidding when I say you’ll be spoilt for choice.

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Highlights include the Squid Ink Risotto (S$28), Carrot Cake Fries (S$14), and Ebiko Linguine (S$24). Pizzas are available on Fridays and weekends, with offerings like Margherita (S$18) and even Takoyaki (S$22).

The drink menu is equally extensive, featuring teas, cocktails, beers, kombucha, and more. And of course, they take their coffee seriously here. Play it safe with a White (S$5) or embark on a Risk Taker (S$11 for three ristrettos) tasting flight.

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As for the desserts, Coexist Coffee Co. has rolled out a selection of swiss rolls, entremet, and fancy plated desserts. I’ve got my eye on Japan (S$16), a sublime-sounding combination of Choya pebbles, hojicha ice cream, matcha crumble, and dark chocolate snow. Otherwise, go for the Bellini (S$10) with white peach mousse and vanilla sponge, or the sweet-salty Melona (S$12).

They are currently accepting reservations for 23 February onwards here. See you there.

Coexist Coffee Co.
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