SINGAPORE RESTAURANT

Dal.komm Coffee

Famous coffee chain featured on Korean drama serial, Descendants of the Sun serves up interesting coffee blends, fruity concoctions and Korean desserts.

Most famous as a location for the most-talked-about Korean drama, Descendants of the Sun, Dal.komm Coffee is a Korean coffee chain that focuses on enhancing your experience through music, a first in their home country. They are following through this concept in Singapore, by hosting “Veranda Live” events for local singers to promote their albums and organize fan meets; and open mic sessions for budding singers to perform.

Customers will also be given a music card with QR code where they can stream the cafe’s pick of an musician, which changes every month. The cafe decor is full of black, white and wooden tables and accessorized with elements related to music like records and speakers. They’re offering a range of beverages like coffee, juices, tea and even popular Korean dessert, bingsu. More well-known for their coffee brews, they uses Arabica bean blends roasted in Korea, that comes in three flavors meant to complement different types of coffee and taste—K1, K2 and K3.

One of the signature blend using K1 is Coffee Cube ($8.50), where blocks of frozen espresso are suspended in temperature-controlled milk. For fruity concoctions, they have a Vitali-Tea collection ($8 for hot, $8.50 for cold), which is a combination of three flavours—apple lemon, red elderberry and mojito black, enhanced with lemongrass and mint. If you are the type who needs small bites with a drink, they also offer light bites like Cruffin Matcha, a croissant-muffin with green tea curd and whipped cream ($11.50), classic Korean Injeolmi toast with red bean ($8.50) and a sandwich of injeolmi, a chewy rice cake with red bean paste coated in nutty soybean powder and honey. 

Most famous as a location for the most-talked-about Korean drama, Descendants of the Sun, Dal.komm Coffee is a Korean coffee chain that focuses on enhancing your experience through music, a first in their home country. They are following through this concept in Singapore, by hosting “Veranda Live” events for local singers to promote their albums and organize fan meets; and open mic sessions for budding singers to perform.

Customers will also be given a music card with QR code where they can stream the cafe’s pick of an musician, which changes every month. The cafe decor is full of black, white and wooden tables and accessorized with elements related to music like records and speakers. They’re offering a range of beverages like coffee, juices, tea and even popular Korean dessert, bingsu. More well-known for their coffee brews, they uses Arabica bean blends roasted in Korea, that comes in three flavors meant to complement different types of coffee and taste—K1, K2 and K3.

One of the signature blend using K1 is Coffee Cube ($8.50), where blocks of frozen espresso are suspended in temperature-controlled milk. For fruity concoctions, they have a Vitali-Tea collection ($8 for hot, $8.50 for cold), which is a combination of three flavours—apple lemon, red elderberry and mojito black, enhanced with lemongrass and mint. If you are the type who needs small bites with a drink, they also offer light bites like Cruffin Matcha, a croissant-muffin with green tea curd and whipped cream ($11.50), classic Korean Injeolmi toast with red bean ($8.50) and a sandwich of injeolmi, a chewy rice cake with red bean paste coated in nutty soybean powder and honey. 

Venue Details
Address: Dal.komm Coffee, #01-01/02/03/04/05/06/102/103 The Centerpoint, 176 Orchard Rd., Singapore, 238843 Singapore
Website: www.dalkomm.com.sg
Area: Orchard
Cuisine: Korean
Opening hours: daily 10am-10pm
Nearest trainSomerset
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