Snippets: 3 new restaurants to check out this Summer

Carvers & Co

This new café bistro is the latest addition to the east which specialises in their roast meats. The menu changes weekly which is a refreshing idea for diners. Our recommendation is to call and check what is on the menu first before heading down. For coffee lovers, you will be pleased to know that Carvers & Co uses the beans from Common Man Coffee Roasters.carvers n coPhoto Credit: Carvers & Co website

43 East Coast Road Singapore 473500
Tel: +65 9667 1096

Opening hours:
Tuesday-Sunday: 10am-10pm (last order 9.30pm)
10am-2.30pm: brunch
2.30-6pm: Snacks
6pm-9.30pm: Big roasts and dinner service

Coast and Company

A specialty café which also sells bicycles is all it takes to create that hipster factor. Coast and Company stands out for its unique bike theme café in our small island where new cafes spring up every week. Other than the cool bikes to feast on, we love the cool minimalist interior design of Coast and Company as well. Complete your café experience with Papa Palheta beans, we so wanna check it out right now.CCPhoto Credit: Coast Cycles website

54 Siglap Drive Singapore
Tel: +65 6681 6681

Opening hours:
Tuesday-Thursday: 9am-7pm
Friday-Sunday: 9am-10pm

Le Comptoir

French crepes plus French ciders? That sounds like a heavenly pairing to us. We love the idea of a specialty crepe restaurant, which explains our enthusiasm towards Le Comptoir, a recently opened restaurant in Circular Road. Can’t wait to try the Brittany Crepes soon!le compnoirPhoto Credit: Le Comptoir website

79 Circular Road Singapore
Tel:+65 6534-7645

Opening hours:
Monday-Tuesday: 11am-12am
Wednesday-Saturday: 11am-2am

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