$15 for $30 Worth of American Fare, Crepes and more at Charlie Brown Cafe in 313@Somerset
- Located next to Somerset MRT
- Wide menu includes American inspired breakfasts, hearty sandwiches and healthy salads
- Delicious Peanuts inspired crepes
- Friendly and cosy cafe
Call 6836 5344 for enquiries.
A cat recalls the warmth of being a kitten by kneading its paws on soft human bellies. Since it is socially unacceptable for grown ups to caress the tummies of strangers, reach out to your inner child with today’s Groupon: for $15, you get $30 worth of food and drinks at Charlie Brown Cafe.
Inspired by the leading character in the Peanuts Comic Strip, this themed cafe is the first of its kind in Singapore and South East Asia. Planted at the bustling shopping belt along Orchard Road, it offers authentic American food and beverages for those who adore star-spangled food. This flagship cafe is tactfully decorated with lovely Peanuts character sculptures and collector’s items. Dig into Peanuts-themed food such as crepes and hot beverages decorated with chocolate art showing the faces of Snoopy, Charlie Brown and his friends. For lovers of the grand American breakfast, tuck in a napkin and devour the Charlie All-Time Favourite ($7.50), which is a lovely medley of 2 fried eggs, turkey ham and delicious crepes. Savour light and tasty sandwiches such as the Sausage & Pickle Sandwich ($5.80), which has savoury chicken sausages, pickles, tomatoes and mustard comfortably wrapped between fresh foccacia bread.
Feeling a little insecure like Linus? Hide underneath the Chicken in a Blanket ($6.20), a warm layer of chicken chipolata crepe wrap doused generously with sweet maple syrup. Don't miss out on the sweet and mild Woodstock’s Melba ($6.20), a divine mix of peach, peach sauce and a generous dollop of vanilla ice cream on crepes. Pair it with its best buddy, Snoopy’s Chocolate ($6.50), a simple yet old time favourite crepe drizzled with chocolate sauce and topped with a generous scoop of chocolate ice-cream.
Perhaps it would be easier to stroke your own well-filled tummy for a good nostalgic trip than that of a hostile stranger!