30 Victoria Street
#01-30 CHIJMES
Singapore 187996

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10:00am - 06:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm


10:00am - 06:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm

10:00am - 06:00pm

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The coffee here is pretty memorable with the cold brew having rich notes and their bakes are great for sharing too, got the kouign amann and croissant. Wished it's heated up!

Oat Cold Brew (sweet) 3/5

I would prefer stronger coffee….
But damn the environment is warm and cozy. Great service from staff. Might come back again to try the pastries!

Second revisit to Dough Cafe!

This time round, I wanted to try out their mains (served from 1030am onwards)! Reached on a sunday afternoon at 12+pm and it was quite crowded, but the wait was still less than 10mins (the queue got even longer after we were seated; but fret not they have a 1 hour dining time in the aircon area, and we did see the staff "chasing" customers who have sat around in the indoor area for >1 hour to head to the outdoor seating area instead)

Ordered the Dough Platter ($28++), which was big portion enough for 2 not super hungry adults. This platter is the most popular item here, and it has 200g smoked chili maple glazed pancetta steak, 3 hashbrown cakes, scrambled eggs, pickled shrooms, balsamic brussels sprouts, and house spiced butter baby corn and carrot. I must say this dish was very well done! All the food were very well spiced and marinated! It is different from the typical big breakfast you get in other cafe which all taste rather plain tasting. Special shoutout to the Balsamic Brussels Sprouts! For a non-veg eater me, this was SUPER good, and I actually quite a few of it! The sauce for the glazed pancetta was also very nicely done! The scrambled eggs was however the most runny and liquidy scrambled egg I have ever eaten. I liked the salty furikake kind of toppings for the egg though! Gave it a different dimension taste!

Pistachio Raspberry Cube Croissant ($6.50++): Snagged the last of this item from the tray! Crispy flaky outer croissant layer! However, the fillings tasted more like bitter matcha than what I expected it to be. More pistachio than raspberry.

My last visit to this cafe was in Jul 2021, when they still didnt charge GST and service charge..Now there is!

We did not order drinks here though, as we were intending to head to Hvala for drinks and desserts! We weren't the only ones with the same idea in mind too, as we saw three other group of customers from Dough which also headed to Hvala after HAHA!

The bakery-cafe offers a selection of breakfast toasts, and the Crab Aglio Scramble ($11) was probably the creamiest and most buttery scrambled eggs I've ever had. I could taste the flavour of aglio olio that was infused in the eggs and enhanced by the drizzle of chilli oil.

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Churning out fresh bakes daily, we picked two pastries that caught our attention the most. The Shio Kombu Mascarpone biscuit ($5) was flaky, lightly dense and savoury through and through with plenty of umami-ness to it. In contrast, the Kaffir Lime Guava Strawberry danish ($5.50) was flaky, sweet and creamy. The sweetness of the strawberry compote, tanginess of the cream cheese and textural bits of guava was truly a beautiful combination of flavours. Totally could understand why this is an all-time favourite!

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