1 Keong Saik Road
Singapore 089109

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08:30am - 06:00pm

08:30am - 06:00pm

08:30am - 06:00pm

08:30am - 06:00pm

08:30am - 06:00pm

08:30am - 06:00pm

08:30am - 06:00pm

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I haven’t had the chance to dine at the first outlet of Coexist but when the second outlet opened recently in Keong Saik, I jumped at the opportunity before it gets crowded. What stood out as a difference for this outlet was the offer of grain bowls and their varied menu over different timings.

For $13, you get to choose a base, a protein, 2 greens, a topping and a dressing. Most proteins would require an additional $3 or even the premium proteins that are priced at $6 per serving. These include salmon and flank steak. I had the kimchi fried quinoa as my base which was an interesting Asian flavour on quinoa, halibut with pesto sauce as protein, Cajun spiced roasted cauliflower and mushrooms as my greens, furikake as topping and orange vinaigrette as the final dressing. Portion was decent but the overall taste was a tad salty.

There’s also the brunch menu that serves coffee, croissants and desserts while small bites and cocktails at night.

Banana gateau was toasted v crisp and I could barely taste the banana. The soy sauce caramel, cinnamon cream and caramelised walnuts went well with the cake and it was quite good eaten together. However, it was p pricey for such a small portion.

White coffee was good - strong and not too acidic. Their service was great which makes me wanna return for their coffee and to try their grain bowl which looks good

The iconic white/maroon cafe that is @coexistcoffee.co has opened its doors of their second branch - this time with a dark blue aesthetic and wooden terrace furnishings. I've been wanting to try their Hillview locale for a while now but sadly did not get the chance to do so, hence I was glad that they were opening a second location!

The menu over at their Keong Saik location seems to be geared more towards the working crowd - protein bowls taking the forefront. I must admit that I found that the menu wasn't as intriguing compared to their Hillview counterpart, but alas it looked good nonetheless.

◾Protein Bowl [$13+$3]
I decided to go with the baked salmon for an additional 3 bucks and it was worth it. Perfectly cooked and dang - almost melt it your mouth goodness. I also went for a base of couscous, Maple Roasted Pumpkin (which is also one of their toast options), Roasted Broccoli with Dukkah then topped with pesto dressing and furikake. It's a hearty protein bowl for sure and Coexist does it pretty well - but my heart is still with The Salad Stop.

◾Hummus Toast [$10]
One dish that caught my eye was their Hummus Toast. Also topped with sundried tomatoes, pesto and dukkah - this surprisingly blew me away. The flavour combination perfectly complemented each other with a mix of Middle Eastern pops. This is definitely one to look out for.

◾Coconut & Mango Tart [$12]
The hefty price tag is matched by the sheer large size of the tarts over at Coexist. Filled with mango white chocolate, coconut marshmellow and toasted coconut flakes - the coconut flavours played a dominant role in the tart. I was also pleasantly intrigued by the coconut marshmellow top - being so used to meringue instead on top of desserts. Still a lil' pricey for me though.

◾Iced Matcha [$6.5] & Chocolate [$7]
Well, I got the matcha for the gram but the highlight was their Hot Chocolate. Holy sht, it was by far the BEST hot choc I've ever had in my life. I'm still thinking about it honestly.

The second branch of Coexist is a nice new addition to Keong Saik and a great respite for the working folks of the area. I'm still hoping to check out their Hillview locale!


This new outlet caters to a day and night concept, with the daytime menu having a lineup of bakes, coffees and customisable grain bowls before transforming to a small bites, sharing plates and cocktail dining experience in the evening.

The grain bowl starts from $13 with a selection of a base, protein, 2 greens, topping and sauce while there are open faced toasts like Hummus ($10), Maple Pumpkin ($10) and an assortment of croissants. Come evening time, diners can look forward to savoury dishes such as La-Yu Burrata ($14) and Baked Bone Marrow ($24).

To celebrate the official launch, Coexist Coffee Co. will be offering a 10% off the entire menu from 6 to 13 November, and there is even a giveaway on their Instagram page during the soft launch period.
✨ Coexist Coffee Co.
📍 1 Keong Saik Road, 01-02, Singapore 089109
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