Popped by Carol Mel Cafe last Saturday before I went for my crocheting class which I had mentioned in my earlier post ( You can click on the link to see where I’m taking my crocheting class at), and Angela had asked me to get some lunch first as she needed some time to pack her things, so I decided to check around the area for any nice food. Sadly, most shops were closed, and the nearest food court is opposite of The Commerze. But lazy me decided to go somewhere near, and I only wanted something light, so I stopped by Carol Mel Cafe.
To be honest, I really do not know about this cafe, and usually whenever I go for cafe hopping, I would always do some research to see what food they have (because knowing what they have makes me excited!)
The cafe is pretty cozy and there weren’t much customers at around 1pm.
I wanted to take something light as I wanted to start on with my crocheting class soon, but after looking at their menu I decided on the cheesy toast and cafe hazelnut.
I guess that you all must be thinking that cheesy toast should be like this. A cheese toasted on top of a piece of bread, and that’s it. Well…..this is what I got.
Comes with an egg and also salad! The salad comes with a Japanese goma (sesame dressing), and the egg is actually half cooked. In between the 2 pieces of bread was the melted cheese.
It costed a total of about $19, where the cafe hazelnut (a lil bit too sweet for my liking) was at around $6, and the cheesy toast at $13. I’m not sure if this is the normal standard price, but I guess I was satisfied with the food and service provided there. Though it may be abit far especially for the west siders, I think you can give it a try!
Will be heading to Supermilk at The Commerze soon, so please check out my blog for more information. \
Carol Mel Cafe
The Commerze @ 1 Irving Place
#01-30 Singapore 369546
Business Hours Mon-