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Dr. Cafe Coffee (Marina Bay)

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Dr. Cafe Coffee is the leading company that provides outstanding friendly service and has a high quality products that suits every individual.

Daily: 10:00 - 22:00

+65 66047887
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Having been to several Dr. Cafe outlets before, I decided to pen about the one at Days Hotel, Balestier, because I visit there more often; and it is my most recent visit. When you step into a Dr. Cafe, the first things you would probably notice would be the comfortable settings as well as the friendly service by their crew, making one feel at ease immediately. Hot Green teaI tried several items here before - from hot green tea to coffee to hot chocolate, and a refreshing cocktail named Relax as well - the latter being citrusy and cooling. They serve their hot drinks in really pretty and classy mugs with their green-gold logo embossed on it. Their drinks are affordable and tasty. The most recent visit yielded the enjoyment of a hot Mocha and a slice of their Dome cake, both amounting to only around SGD$12++ The chocolate cake was rich and delicious, every bite a chocolate heaven; the only drawback was that the cake was a little dry for my liking. The mocha was aromatic and smooth, hitting all the right notes. For full review and more photographs, please feel free to visit: http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/02/tea-at-dr-cafe-zhongshan-park.html

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  • hot green tea1 vote
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• 20 Feb 2015 • 443 reviews • 7 followers

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Having been to several Dr. Cafe outlets before, I decided to pen about the one at Days Hotel, Balestier, because I visit there more often; and it is my most recent visit. When you step into a Dr. Cafe, the first things you would probably notice would be the comfortable settings as well as the friendly service by their crew, making one feel at ease immediately. Hot Green teaI tried several items here before - from hot green tea to coffee to hot chocolate, and a refreshing cocktail named Relax as well - the latter being citrusy and cooling. They serve their hot drinks in really pretty and classy mugs with their green-gold logo embossed on it. Their drinks are affordable and tasty. The most recent visit yielded the enjoyment of a hot Mocha and a slice of their Dome cake, both amounting to only around SGD$12++ The chocolate cake was rich and delicious, every bite a chocolate heaven; the only drawback was that the cake was a little dry for my liking. The mocha was aromatic and smooth, hitting all the right notes. For full review and more photographs, please feel free to visit: http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/02/tea-at-dr-cafe-zhongshan-park.html
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• 05 Dec 2013 • 2020 reviews • 258 followers

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Located at Marina Bay Financial Centre, it is where the bankers wheel and deal, and Dr. Cafe is prime to get its market share of deal makers having coffee and cake over a discussion.

I tried the cheesecake there recently and the version served had a lot of cream in it, which would put it in between a western and Japanese cream cake.

Drinks are as expected, with a wide variety of coffees and smoothies available.
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