CARROTSTICKS & CRAVINGS, STANLEY STREET
Home & Decor Singapore|November 2021
The third outpost of this Aussie-inspired cafe features an interior designed by celebrated hospitality designer Isabelle Miaja.
ASIH JENIE

The first Carrotsticks & Cravings outlet opened in Dempsey Hill in 2017 and quickly became popular. The cafe offers a laid-back, Aussie-esque ambience and a menu that accommodates most dietary restrictions, including vegan, gluten-free, dairyfree and refined sugar-free options, while happily satisfying cravings. The second opened in 2018 at Robertson Quay, and the third at Stanley Street in August this year. Designed by awardwinning hospitality designer Isabelle Miaja, the Stanley Street interior injects tropicalbeach cheer into the CBD area with a tactile material palette that includes Carrotsticks & Craving’s signature pink, teal and white. It seats 50 diners; 24 indoors and 26 outside.

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