Desserts, drinks & music come together at Malaysia’s first outpost of South Korean cafe chain Dal.Komm Coffee, which opened this month in Damansara Uptown, with a second branch also newly ready in Cyberjaya’s D’Pulze Shopping Centre & a third to follow soon in Putrajaya’s IOI CIty Mall.

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Bright and Spacious

Thanks to Dal.Komm’s friendly team in Damansara Uptown for hosting our recent visit; this bright & spacious two-level cafe is now completely operational & serving the public. It will hold its official launch ceremony on Saturday next week, November 29, with South Korean pop band 2AM as the special guests.

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Enjoy Tunes Of Your Choice

Walk on up to Dal.Komm’s first floor, where customers can currently find a couple of iPads preloaded with wide-ranging songs (Colbie Caillat, anyone?) & headphones for privately enjoying their tunes of choice.

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Chocolate Lava Cake Bingsu

Bingsu mania continues to sweep across the Klang Valley – the shaved ice dessert is served in fun ways at Dal.Komm; the most striking might be this one, with a hot, freshly made chocolate lava cake to contrast with the rest of the frosty components, which include a scoop of vanilla ice cream.

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Fruit Tart Bingsu

Also noticeably pretty in presentation: Bingsu topped with lemon or blueberry tarts, for fans who like tangy-fruity flavours.

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Sweet and Refreshing Concoction

Dal.Komm’s recommended beverage is the Iced Honey Grapefruit, a sweet & refreshing concoction that’s constructed with grapefruit juice bolstered by a thick, luscious slice of real grapefruit & drizzled with honey. RM14.50.

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Unique Options

With plenty of unique options, there’s something for every preference, from the Honey Coffee Cube – RM13.50; honey milk crowned with coffee ice cube crystals – to iced foamy cappuccinos with espresso ice cubes (RM13) to sweet potato lattes – RM12; sweet potatoes blended with frothy milk.

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Mocktails

To mocktails that include Lychee Earl Grey (RM12; made with TWG Tea) & non-alcoholic Aloe Vera Mojito (RM12).

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The Hot Stuff

For cold, rainy evenings, there’s coffee & hot milk with a chocolate dipping cube & orange infusion (RM13.50).

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Korean-Inspired Toasts

Solid food is available throughout lunch, tea & dinner – warm honey toast bread with a creamy-runny egg comes intriguingly paired with kimchi, a Korean-inspired savoury combo that might be an acquired taste.

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For folks who crave something more sugary: Toast with choc ice cream & bananas or vanilla ice cream with strawberries.

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All in all, this franchise could become a cheerful addition to KL’s Korean cafe scene, especially for younger customers.

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Location and Contact Details

Dal.Komm Coffee Malaysia

61, Jalan SS21/37, Damansara Utama, Petaling Jaya, Selangor

Open Sunday-Thursday, 10am-11pm Friday-Saturday, 10am-12am

Find: Dal.Komm Coffee Malaysia directory page here.

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