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Coconuto: Singapore’s First Coconut Cafe In The North, Has Black Sesame Coconut Shake

18th July 2022
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Coconuto coconut cafe in Yishun

Team Coconut Shake fans, here’s one for you: Yishun is now home to Singapore’s very first coconut-themed cafe, Coconuto, located under a HDB block.

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The cafe takes over the space where Bloom Artisan used to be.

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Coconuto primarily serves up coconut shakes and juice, with prices starting at $3.40 for the latter. Their creamy coconut shakes are wallet-friendly, beginning at $4.20 for a medium-sized original Coconut Shake. They have eight other flavours as well, with unique offerings such as Black Sesame, Gula Melaka, Lotus Biscoff, and Nutella! Prices for these start at $4.80.

You can choose to add toppings to your drink, from pearls ($0.80) to chendol ($0.80) or nata de coco ($0.80) for an additional coconut kick. They’ve also got black glutinous rice as a topping, nodding to the purple rice yoghurt drink trend.

coconuto waffles and gelato
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Apart from beverages, Coconuto also sells gelato and waffles. Naturally, their gelato offerings are coconut-themed, with flavours ranging from the Coco Taro, which is reminiscent of orh nee, to the Thai-style Mango Sticky Rice. A single scoop is priced at $3.80 for normal flavours, with an additional $0.80 charge for premium offerings.

coconut gelato and waffles
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You can get your ice cream with their waffles, affordably priced at $4.50. There’s also the option for charcoal or red velvet waffles, with an additional $1.


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On the decor front, the cafe is striking with its blue and neon theme. Expect seats both in and outdoors, as well as blue neon signs dotting the space. They offer takeaway too.

The cafe is also open till 12am on weekdays, and till 2am on Friday and Sunday, making it a great place to sort out your late-night dessert cravings.

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For more food places in Yishun, check out No Horse Run, another heartland gelato and waffles cafe popular with those living in the ‘hood. Else, head down to Mei Kee Bakery for old-school bakes, tau sar piah, and orh nee tarts!

Address: 645 Yishun Street 61, #01-322, Singapore 760645
Opening hours: Tue-Thurs, Sun 12pm to 12am, Fri-Sat 12pm to 2am
Tel: 9645 3262
Website

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Featured image adapted from @coconutosg.

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