This Scandinavian-themed cafe in the East has all-day brunch like beef tenderloin croffle, kinako matcha, honey ricotta french toast & more

by Jermina

Attention, avid cafe hoppers! 

It’s so easy to get caught up in the hustle and bustle of life, but it’s important to take a break every now and then. And if chilling over coffee and people-watching is how you seek respite and destress, save this for your next brunch date.

June Coffee
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June Coffee is a minimalistic Japanese-Scandinavian-themed cafe that serves all-day brunch, mains, and coffee, just 15 minutes away from East Coast Park

Since it is conveniently located near the park, it seems like the perfect pit stop after your cycling session, perhaps?

June Coffee
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Stop by for refreshments like the Black Sesame Latte (S$8) which comprises non-dairy sesame cream, double espresso, and fresh milk. I just can’t get enough of its nutty and aromatic fragrance that exudes cosy vibes

Alternatively, you can always top up an additional S$1 for Oatside or soy milk for those who are lactose intolerant (like myself)

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Matcha lovers would go crazy for their matcha series including good ol’ Matcha Latte (S$6) and Strawberry Matcha Latte (S$8) alongside unique combos that you don’t see everyday like Blueberry Matcha Latte (S$8) and Kinako Matcha (S$8) . The latter features matcha, fresh milk and kinako (roasted soybeans) topped with sea salt soy foam for an earthy aftertaste.

June Coffee
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It’s only right that you treat yourself after burning up all that calories at the park, am I right

Indulge in the hearty Beef Tenderloin Croffle (S$24) which boasts tender sliced beef tenderloin with pickled onions served on a croffle finished off with demi-glace and spicy mayo.

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But if you’re like me and enjoy filling up on a traditional American-style breakfast, they do serve french toasts like the classic Original (S$12). It comes with a thick slice of brioche toast which may look unassuming at first, but it’s extremely filling and loaded with luscious amounts of salted compound butter and honey.

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Besides that, the Honey, Lemon & Ricotta (S$17) comes with whipped ricotta infused with lemon, thyme, and candied pecans if you prefer a citrusy twang.

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There are other pastas and sides as well like Rose Rigatoni (S$20) and Truffle Tater Tots (S$8 for half, S$14 for full) for those that are thinking of making dinner plans here. 

They also have a takeaway corner for you to grab-your-coffee to-go if you’re in a rush. Be it for a quick coffee break or brunch date, there’s plenty of small bites and drinks to choose from. 

Will you be dropping by for coffee and toast?

June Coffee 
📍 49 East Coast Road, Singapore 428768
🕐 11am–7pm (Mon), 11.30am–8.30pm (Wed & Thu), 10.30am–8pm (Fri & Sat), 10.30am–7pm (Sun), Closed on Tue  

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