Dome Bakery serves up ‘Fudging Good Brownie’ with the lava fillings and other baked goods such as lava muffins, pound cakes, and cookies.

“It’s a good location”, the owner CH told me as I was leaning over the counter to make my order.

I looked down the South Bridge Road stretch and it seemed to make sense.

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With the close vicinity of the Chinatown and Tanjong Pagar, it was the chosen place for this once-a-home-based-business bakery to have started their first brick-and-mortar shop.

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Other new cafes in the hood include Rough Guys Coffee, September Coffee and afterwords Café.

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Patrons may take away their sweet treats of choice, or choose to sit at the small dine-in area of tall chairs and counters which can fit four people.

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With limited dining space, I would personally have considered bringing the baked goods, all in takeaway style packaging, to the nearby parks (if the Singapore weather allows).

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Their ‘Fudging Good Brownie’ menu features a good mix of molten goods.

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This includes the Smoked Sea Salt Brownie ($6), Cookies & Cream Brownie ($6), Peanut Butter Pecan Brownie ($6), Dark Chocolate Brownie ($6), Raspberry Chocolate Brownie ($6.50), Biscoff Cookie Brownie ($6.50), and Matcha Macadamia Brownie ($6.50).

You can buy six for $33 too.

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Before I took a bite of the Smoked Sea Salt Brownie ($6 per piece, $33 for six), cutting into the inner molten chocolate was a spectacle in itself.

The brownie parts were dense, gooey and moist, what I would dream of a brownie to be, while the sauce it contained was a chocolate sauce which was not too sweet.

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I could taste much of the smoked sea salt flavour throughout the item, which contributed to a very salty-sweet contrast.

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The Raspberry Chocolate Brownie ($6.50 per piece, $33 for six) was a surprise as well. Not one for berry cakes, I found this to be well-calculated in flavour.

Besides having a bright pink streak of molten ruby Belgian chocolate which was sour, there was a play with the balancing of sourness from the raspberry sauce and the molten chocolate lava sauce.

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It wasn’t overly sour, nor artificial as raspberry items somehow go.

Take a look at the nice packaging too with Domey (their mascot on the logo) who turns up in different outfits on their social media during the festive season.

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Other offerings include Dark Chocolate Muffins ($6 per piece, $18 for four), Black Sesame Streusel Pound Cake ($3.80 per piece, $28 per loaf) and Butter Cookies ($12.50 per packet, $22 per two packets).

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Another item possibly worth trying was the Dark Chocolate Muffins ($6 per piece, $18 for four) which was moist, cakey in its muffin part, and its gooey centre oozed chocolate sauce.

The combination was decadent and not too heavy.

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Their coffee comes in Black ($4), White ($5), Chocolate (Mocha) ($6) and Dirty Matcha ($6.50).

Non coffee drinks include Matcha Latte ($6), Chocolate ($5.50) and Premium Teas ($4 for a cup) in English Breakfast, Chamomile, Green Tea, Peppermint Tea and other seasonal teas.

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Dome Bakery’s Iced White ($6) was intriguing as their coffee has plum, chocolate and milk tea notes, with rich flavour to break through the milk used.

You can have your coffee and some non-coffee drinks iced (add $1), with an extra shot of coffee (add $1) and with oat milk (add $1).

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I walked away hoping to come back soon for their decadent, crafted baked goods, well-balanced in flavour.

Dome Bakery is a spot for a post-lunch dessert on a work weekday, or a weekday drop-in as it closes at 6pm.

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Dome Bakery
227 South Bridge Road, #01-01, Singapore 058776 (Chinatown MRT)
Opening Hours: 11am – 6:30pm (Mon – Fri), 10:30am – 6:30pm (Sat), Closed Sun

Other Related Entries
Rough Guys Coffee (South Bridge Road)
September Coffee (South Bridge Road)
Pomme (South Bridge Road)
afterwords Café (Pagoda Street)
DOPA (Tanjong Pagar Plaza)

* Written by Laura Wong @llua. DFD paid for food reviewed unless otherwise stated.

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