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5 Reasons To Love “Descendants Of The Sun” Cafe, Dal.Komm Coffee

The popular South Korean coffee chain is all about music and customisable brew

Photos: Dal.Komm Coffee

Picture this: You're sipping your favourite brew at Dal.Komm Coffee, as Joong Ki oppa takes the seat next to you, eyes fixated on your bashful smile.

At the newly-opened Dal.Komm Coffee, your fantasies can come true. (Disclaimer: Oppa not included.)

Dal.Komm Coffee, which boasts international recognition from its appearances in the wildly popular K-drama series Descendants Of The Sun, has opened its first store in Singapore.

Here are five reasons you'll love it as much as we do:

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4. Not your usual coffeehouse snacks

At Dal.Komm Coffee, much heart has been poured into their light bites menu and it shows.

We like the Cherry Tomato Bingsu (regular, $10.90 or large, $15.90) — a healthier rendition of the Korean dessert.

Finely shaved ice is drizzled with homemade sweetened milk sauce and crowned with freshly cut cherry tomatoes. Each spoonful offers a burst of refreshing flavours, accented by a thin layer of plum powder.

Equally tasty is the Cruffin Matcha ($11.50), a glazed “croissant-muffin” with a nice, crusty texture to it. It is topped with a dollop of the smoothest green tea curd and whipped cream. We highly recommend having it all to yourself.

5. The spacious cafe is full of photo-worthy spots

The spacious cafe offers endless nooks and crannies to chill out at. A semi-circled area in the middle of the café is used for ‘Open Mic’ events, while another corner is decked out with lush faux foliage on the walls.

In line with its theme, musical elements can also be found in various parts of the cafe, including speakers, gallery frames and old records.

Plus, the flagship store also contains a dedicated facility where all staff will undergo rigorous coffee training before dispatched to other outlets.

We’re keeping our fingers crossed that there might be workshops held there too!

#01-01/06 and #01-102/103,The Centrepoint, 176 Orchard Road

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