One of the biggest social media crazes this year for cafe hoppers in Singapore has to be Coexist Coffee Co., a hidden rooftop cafe that trended for its striking red and white tiled decor. Following the success of the OG outlet, Coexist Coffee has quickly opened a 2nd outlet at Keong Saik.
While they are still in their soft launch phase right now where they close at 6pm, they will officially open from 6 Nov onwards, when diners can get 10% off their entire menu from 6 Nov 2021 to 13 Nov 2021.
Coexist Coffee’s new Keong Saik outlet doesn’t stick with their iconic red and white but instead opts for a completely different colour scheme that is still pretty IG-worthy.
Instead of the iconic bold colours, this new space carries more elegant vibes. Besides the darker and more sophisticated hues of cobalt, there are also light wooden fixtures running through the cafe akin to waves to suit the oceanic palette.
But it’s not just the getup that’s different at Coexist Coffee’s Keong Saik outlet, the concept is different too. Instead of being a regular brunch spot, this new space has a day-and-night concept.
In the day, their menu is more catered towards the CBD crowd in the Keong Saik vicinity. Their Grain Bowls are reasonably priced at S$13 for a choice of 1 base, 1 protein, 2 greens, 1 topping and 1 sauce.
They have some interesting bases such as Kimchi-Fried Quinoa, while offering hearty proteins including Grilled Flank Steak and Cajun-Spiced Halibut to justify the price. So if you’re looking for a light-hearted lunch without queueing for Daily Cut, you might want to pay Coexist Coffee a visit at Keong Saik.
Other day-time options Coexist Coffee has on their Keong Saik menu include Toasts such as Hummus (S$10), Artichoke & Spinach (S$10), Maple Pumpkin (S$10), and Steak (S$12). And of course, you can pair them with their popular White Coffee for a caffeine boost at S$5.50.
But if you prefer your bread with a bit more flake, then get their Croissants that include classics fillings like Tuna Mayo (S$8), Ham & Cheese (S$8) and Peanut Butter & Jelly (S$7).
After 6pm, Coexist Coffee’s Keong Saik outlet transforms into a more bar-esque alter ego which features more bites and cocktails. So if you want some fancy bites, you can grab classics like Spanish Iberico (S$10/2pcs) or the luxurious Foie Gras Mousse (S$10/2pcs) with uni and lobster.
For heftier mains, you can also get the La-Yu Burrata (S$14) that puts a spicy twist on the creamy favourite or Breaded Mozzarella Balls (S$14) for molten cheesy goodness.
Then you can end off the night on a good note by getting tipsy on coffee-based cocktails made for Coexist Coffee’s Keong Saik outlet, with options that range from light and citrusy to herbaceous and chocolatey.
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