Thanks to the popularity of K-dramas such as Mr Sunshine and Goblin, you may crave for a cup of Dal.komm coffee when you see the characters meet up in the trendy cafes.

You can imagine yourself being in these K-dramas, in one of Dal.komm’s outlets in Singapore – Centrepoint, Marina Square and Funan.

Just in case you do not know why “Dal.komm”?

Dal.komm was named after a combination of the words – “dal” from Danal (founding company) and the German word “komm” (meaning come) – to represent the phrase, “come to Danal”.

Beans at this coffee go-to spot are all exclusively-sourced Arabica bean blends, categorised into “Dal.komm Signature”, “Natural Light”, and a seasonal blend from time to time.

Each blend carries its own character and a unique taste and aroma profile.

While the Korean brand is known for its drinks and desserts such as Honey Grapefruit, Strawberry Cube and Injeolmi Bingsu, it has just launched a NEW brunch menu this year.

The new items are available exclusively at the Centrepoint outlet.

Here are 10 of the items you can brunch on your next visit at Dal.komm Centrepoint: (* With the exception of pizzas, cruffins and tarts which are available daily, the rest of the new menu is served between Wed to Sun, 11am – 9pm with last order at 8:30pm.)

Kimchi Pizza

Kimchi Pizza ($13.90)
While there was previously a Kimchi Pizza on Dal.komm’s menu, this is the 2.0 version. You would find the base crisp and thin, great for a light meal on its own.

Italian meets Korean with this Kimchi Pizza, gathering toppings like the iconic Korean kimchi, Italian soft cheese Burrata for that creaminess and stretchy-gooey Mozzarella.

Plus, you can find Korean seaweed and a sprinkling of roasted sesame seeds for that Asian flavour.

Crab Buchimgae

Crab Buchimgae ($13.90)
Accompanied with a gochujang-based dip, this “pancake” (“Buchimgae” refers to Korean pancake) is based on a mix of crab meat with carrots and fresh spring onions.

This Korean-inspired pancake makes an ideal brunch item, when you may be too hungry for breakfast but not quite ready for lunch. The light batter makes this soft and fluffy in the middle and crisp on the edges.

Signature Coffee Chicken

Signature Coffee Chicken ($18.90)
This coffee-fied signature chicken dish starts with the marinade using Dalkomm’s Signature coffee grounds which has a chocolaty strong body.

After the meat has been infused with coffee, it is pan-fried to get that must-have crispy texture.

Then it is tossed in a coffee glaze made with freshly-brewed espresso, butter and thyme, until the crunchy exterior is coated. Served with baby carrots, Brussel sprouts and chestnuts.

This name of this may remind you of what you may find in a zi char restaurant, but the taste profile is actually quite different – this has more of the coffee flavour rather than sweetness, and may need to get used to.

Crab Cake Salad

Crab Cake Salad ($14.90)
Perfect as a light side or appetiser, the Crab Cake Salad is best paired with their in-house yuzu dressing.

The citrus notes, also from the homemade yuzu gel, balance the seafood taste of the crab meat in the patty. Topped with mixed greens with an avocado tomato salsa for a burst of freshness.

DK House Salad ($10.90)
Don’t miss this house special DK House Salad, a simple green salad that combines the delicious charred taste of grilled zucchini – my favourite part of the bowl, and roasted hazelnuts with the sweetness of raisins.

To top it all, soft chunks of lusciously creamy burrata are added on mesclun leaves as a treat for fresh cheese lovers.

Make sure to dress it up with honey mayo dressing.

Red Ruby Salad ($9.90)
Determined to go easy on the calories this year? Get the ultra-light Red Ruby Salad with a mesclun base tossed with pinkish grapefruit segments, roasted pumpkin seeds and raisins.

The secret lies in the fat-free yet zingy dressing of apple cider vinaigrette.

If you want to jazz it up the dressing, they offer 4 homemade dressings to pick from: yuzu dressing, gochujang, honey mayo and apple cider vinaigrette.

Signature Oven-Baked Wings ($11.90)
An alternative to pan-fried chicken are these oven-baked wings featuring doenjang, a fermented soybean paste. Together with garlic, this savoury Korean condiment marinates the wings to give them a nutty flavor.

Before baking, they are brushed with a coating of honey to balance the savoury notes. Served with garnish of fresh chopped chives.

Sunny Cruffin ($11.90)
Enjoy a toasty crisp croissant as a muffin sandwich, filled with sunny-side up egg, premium turkey ham and melted cheese. A hint of sweetness comes from dal.komm’s special blend of Korean honey.

Pistachio Mousse Tart ($8.50)
Go nutty with a pistachio-flavoured mousse tart to cap off your meal at Dal.komm.

If you find the texture of the inside kind of different from what you are familiar to, that is because real pistachios are used that is grind in-house. A not-too-sweet-dessert best paired with a latte or cappuccino.

Signature Mocha Tart ($8.50)
The other Signature Mocha Tart features Dal.komm’s very own proprietary Signature coffee blend with deep and rich body.

Made with 60% cocoa – a Sao Palme 60% for the ultimate chocolatey taste, this dessert also carries hints of hazelnut. Topped with chocolate shavings and powdered cocoa to show some chocoholic love.

The tarts can go well with an ice-cold cup of Honey Grapefruit, a healthy fresh grapefruit juice sweetened with a kiss of honey.

Dal.komm Coffee – The Centrepoint
176 Orchard Road #01-01/02, #01-03/04, #01-05/06, #01-102/103, Singapore 238843
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm (Mon – Sun)

Dal.komm Coffee – Marina Square
6 Raffles Boulevard #02-278 Singapore 039594
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm (Mon – Sun)

Dal.komm Coffee – Funan Mall
107 North Bridge Road #03-17 Funan Singapore 179105
Opening Hours: 10am – 10pm (Mon – Sun)


* This entry is brought to you in partnership with Dal.komm Coffee.


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