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Carvers & Co

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Carvers & Co. is a new bistro featuring meat sandwiches and craft coffee when our blue doors are wide open. Stay tuned for our diabolical dinner concept.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 63480448
$39 based on 13 submissions
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Definitely a Must-Go cafe!

Best place to go to when you are craving for an awesome cup of coffee, and some tasty Steak/Hash/Egg to go along with it! you will be spoilt for choice!

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• 11 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Definitely a Must-Go cafe!

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Best place to go to when you are craving for an awesome cup of coffee, and some tasty Steak/Hash/Egg to go along with it! you will be spoilt for choice!
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• 11 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Super place for coffee! Great food and svc too!

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This place is superb! Coffee is great and food tastes superb! Several very creative food stuff. The Kimchi Cheese Fries (K town) is a MUST TRY! The Gammon Ham Sandwich is to die for. I'll highly recommend it. They also have the "GENERAL" Burger that has a KILLER PATTY and super ketchup that is made in house. You'll never see ketchup the same way again! 
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• 10 Apr 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

cosy, cool and crazy delicious.

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What can I say. I love the food here. May it be brunch or a big hearty patter of meats. It's delicious. The people are even more amazing with some of the best feel good vibes ever. Love the paintings and artwork. Especially the Chinese Star Wars painting. Highly recommend the earl grey French toast for brunch. And the trio meat platter for dinner.
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