Dome cafe S’pore closing down in June 2019 after 20 years

Oh no.

Mandy How | May 15, 02:08 pm


Dome Cafe will be closing its last outlet in Singapore at Parkway Parade for good.

An announcement by parent company Ministry of Culture Pte Ltd reveals that the cafe’s last day will be on the third week of June 2019.

The cafe sells Western breakfasts and mains, as well as soups and salads.

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Nasi Lemak Pizza ($16). So the hype for Nasi Lemak burgers is over, then how about some Nasi Lemak Pizza? Literally a hidden gem because it's available at DOME's IMM outlet exclusively. The friendly trainee waiter let us in on a secret to enjoy this pizza and that's to dip into the oozy egg yolk with each pizza slice. Pretty much a success I would say, I could taste the coconut milk flavour, which he also explained that it was present in the chili sambal base. Overall it was an experience filled with crispiness, from the biscuity pizza crust, to the fishy Ikan bilis and watery diced cucumbers. Something that was lacking was the puffed rice stated on the menu but nowhere to be found in the pizza itself. #burpple #burpplesg #sgfood #sgfoodies #foodporn #domecafesg #nasilemakpizza

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Hot chocolate with our breakfast

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In the next few weeks, the Parkway Parade outlet will be re-introducing some classics like the Original Club Sandwich (S$16++) and Iced Mocha with Ice Cream (S$6.90++).

Besides Parkway Parade, Dome Cafe also used to be at Plaza Singapura, IMM, UOB Plaza, and Dempsey Hill.

Ministry of Culture owns two other brands in Singapore: alittle tashi and Kaki.

Top image via @ngymei and @domecafesg on Instagram

About Mandy How

Mandy is a pantry rat. She eats everything in the pantry (except other people's food).

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