48 Hillview Terrace
Singapore 669269

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09:00am - 06:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

09:00am - 06:00pm

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Finally visited Coexist Coffee Co. at Hillview!

Took so long for us to visit this cafe outlet till they have changed out from the iconic red white layout! Now it is a grey industrial theme vibes already!

Here is what we ordered:
-Squid Ink Fried Rice ($26++): Super unique dish! Served in a claypot! There is tiger prawns, baby squid, and topped with lots of ikura! Very unique taste!
-Chilli Crab Shakshuka ($18++): Comes with a huge tempura soft shell crab, chilli crab tomato dip, fried mantou and a sous vide egg!
-Satay Quesadilla ($18++): Pulled pork satay with mozzarella and comes with peanut sauce!

My favourite is per the above order ranking! We ordered 3 dishes as we were famished after 3+ hours of discussing reno stuff prior! Say hi to the new neighbouring neighbourhood!

Taste and texture-wise, its was too sugary on its own. But the luscious cinnamon cream balanced out its sweetness and made this dessert really enjoyable!

Forget about the nice views comments you see about this cafe. What views do you expect to see from an 8th floor rooftop surrounded by tall condominiums and a rainforest? Come for the food and coffee instead!

We came on a Sunday. Reservations strongly recommended as the tables are limited. We ordered Chilli Crab Shakshuka, Squid Ink Fried Rice and the Coexist Breakfast.

The Shakshuka did not disappoint. Large chunks of crab meat were mixed within the chilli sauce (more like tomato sauce with just a hint of spice). Six small slices of man tou was provided to soak up the gravy. Do remember to mix the egg into the gravy to give the whole dish extra silkiness.

Next up, the Squid Ink Fried Rice was equally good. It came with chunks of deep fried prawn meat and whole baby squids, topped with Ikura and chilli. Rice was not greasy and tasted umami from the squid ink. The Ikura added bursts of flavour and there was also a certain level of heat coming from the squid and prawns. Probably the marinate they used or the mentaiko sauce spread on the plate. But yes it did accentuate the dish. Yums!

The Coexist breakfast was normal. Nothing to sing about. I have to give special mention to their White coffee and Aero-Black cold coffee. So hot are very robust in coffee taste, the way coffee lovers like their brew. Just choose hot or cold.

Certainly coming back to try the other items on their menu, even if this cafe is a little pricier than others and it is very ulu in terms of location. If you don’t drive, then Grab will be the next best alternative.

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thoroughly enjoyed this dish! with lumps of crabmeat and egg inside, it was a good pairing with the mantou - which was sliced and crisp! made with tomato base (i assume), the dish strays away from the usual chilli crab texture i’m used to but still nonetheless a good dish.


a somewhat standard brunch set to have, tho not a must order for me! the mushrooms were good tho! ✨✨✨


actually found this nicer than Raw’s oops like not a lot of wokhei taste and more of the squid ink?? i liked the crispy baby squid on too too! v yums with the garlic aioli but portion of this dish is too small for the price

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