Opened by the same team behind Glyph Supply Co, Dough Coffee is a new Korean-inspired bakery & coffee shop at CHIJMES. It is quite easily one of the nicest cafes in Singapore right now, and long queues can be seen daily.
We paid Dough Coffee a visit and it made us miss Seoul a little more than ever.
Dough Coffee makes their own bread, pastries and pasta in-house.
Other than the bread and pastries, it has a small and concise selection of All-Day Breakfast, Pasta and Mains including Breakfast Platter (S$28), Spicy Kimchi & Tomato Pasta (S$22), and Wagyu Burger (S$26).
Matcha Mochi (S$5) is a popular option and it is baked using premium ingredients including ceremonial-grade matcha, milk mochi, azuki, Japanese flour and AOP butter. Sadly, it sounds a lot better than it tasted.
The Kouign Amann (S$5), on the other hand, was totally worth the price tag. The buttery pastry that is lavishly sprinkled with powdered sugar was beautifully layered on the inside.
We can’t do without our Iced White (S$$6), especially when the weather has been so merciless. The espresso shot was nutty and had a nice bitter aftertaste to it, and we would definitely pick up another cup if we were in the vicinity.
30 Victoria St, #01-30, Singapore 187996