Chicken Up has come up with a new concept, The Da Bang Cafe, serving all day brunch by day and dinner in the evening till late. Also along Tanjong Pagar Road, it is located next door to Chicken Up.
The cafe is chic and rustic and you will spot lots of “recycled” material such as the tyre, beer crate, petroleum drum. The ambience is more suited for bar. Since it was pretty dimly lit. The consolation was there was glass panel on the ceiling allowing sunlight to penetrate through.
There are 2 menu at The Da Bang Cafe with various Sandwiches devoted to the All Day brunch menu and Mexican dishes for Dinner such as Quesadilla, Tacos and Burritos. A few of Da Bang Brunch specialities were Nacho Cheese Omelette, Kimchi Tuna Panini, Bulgogi Panini
Since we were there early in the morning, we got to turn to the Sandwiches though the Mexican dishes looks more interesting to us. We were eyeing on the Bulgogi Panini and naturally, that was our order. The Panini bread was soft with tasty fillings. The sauce enhanced the sandwich.
Besides the sandwiches, 2 other sides; Twisted Potato and Grilled Corn. A pity it wasn’t available on our visit.
Coffee is hardly missed out on cafe menu. It was a full body, low acidity cuppa with mainly nutty flavour note.
Some interesting drinks found on its menu were Iced Frappe (Matcha/ Chocolate/ Cereal/ Sweet Potato) and Strawberry Latte.
Interestingly, Milk were also on the menu; Blueberry, Butterscotch and Pistachio. We find the flavoured milk a little too sweet.
Since it is a Korean Cafe, the Bingsu is surely offered; Chocolate, Blueberry, Strawberry and Mango were some of the flavours.
Food offered at The Da Bang Cafe though it is mainly sandwiches for Brunch, it was kinda tasty. We were certainly keen to try its Dinner dishes soon.
The Da Bang Cafe
52 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore 088473
Tel: +65 6221 2007
Daily: Brunch 0730 to 1700; Dinner 1700 to 0000
- North-South Line -Tanjong Pagar station
- alight at the bus stop either before Wallich Road or after Craig Road – 80, 145