One can often be identified as an ardent lover of music from the way they dress like their favourite popstar, have room walls covered with concert posters, and carry conversations in song. Today’s Groupon croons with a cash voucher for snacks, desserts, and drinks at Dal.Komm Coffee, valid at four outlets in the Klang Valley. Choose from:
- RM7 for RM10 cash voucher
- RM14 for RM20 cash voucher
Originating from the Land of the Morning Calm, Dal.Komm Coffee aspires to emulate the hometown brand of serenity and harmony, yet leaving enough room to jazz it up with an experiential blend that surpasses mere touch-and-go patronage. Guests whiling an evening within the cafe’s hearths are treated to an ambience imbued with homages to music, with which Dal.Komm Coffee affixes its stylistic influences - from storewide displays of vinyl records fashioned along framed wall spaces, to the repurposed woofers adorning slots nestled above counter tops. With a moNiker in Korean that translates to “sweet”, the cafe invites guests to indulge in the occasional saccharine serving, offering up native bingsu - shaved ice desserts spruced up with a melange of condensed milk, fruits, and other select toppings - alongside baked treats and sweet toasts drizzled in caramel, as well as the savoury bites abound in cheese.
Further entrenched in the Korean immersion of pop culture and celebrity, Dal.Komm Coffee adds flair beyond local coffee shop conventions with the inclusion of choice musical features, with the tunes of select Artists of the Month emanating from designated personal touchpad devices provided in-store, while tentative adaptations of Veranda Live seek to feature performances from homegrown talent, feeding into the cafe’s affinity for the melding of ambient sounds and cafe-space chatter with soulful tunes nestling in the backdrop - a philosophy Dal.Komm affectionately hones as SoundBlending. Spreading the appreciation for smooth brewed coffee coupled with multi-sensory pleasures, Dal.Komm Coffee reaches out to audio aficionados and fans of the occasional cuppa through five dwellings in Damansara Uptown, Subang Jaya’s SS15, IOI City Mall, Suria KLCC, and DPulze Shopping Centre in Cyberjaya.
Dal.Komm Coffee, Damansara Utama
61G & 61M, Jalan SS21/37 Damansara Utama, 47400 Petaling Jaya.
Valid Mon-Thur 8.30am-11pm, Fri 8.30am-1am, Sat 10am-1am, Sun 10am-11pm
Dal.Komm Coffee, SS15 Subang Jaya
No 6, Jalan SS15/8, 47800 Subang Jaya.
Valid Sun – Thur: 9am – 12am / Fri – Sat: 9am – 2am
Dal.Komm Coffee, IOI City Mall
No.61, Jalan SS21/37, Damansara Utama, 62502 Petaling Jaya.
Valid 10am – 10pm daily
Dal.Komm Coffee, D’Pulze Shopping Centre
UG 18, Upper Ground Floor, Lingkaran Cyber Point Timur, Cyber 12, 63000 Sepang.
Valid 10am – 10pm daily
Dal.Komm Coffee, Suria KLCC
OS 301, Third Floor, Suria KLCC, 50088 Kuala Lumpur.
(Opening Jun 1, 2015)
Facebook: Dal.Komm Coffee Malaysia
Dal.Komm Coffee has been featured on Eat Drink KL
The Choco Lava Bingsu (RM18.90) is another delicious favourite as it looks like chocolate shaved ice but taste like chocolate cake! The difference of this and the rest is that you have to eat it layer by layer to fully indulge in this chocolate haven. – Dec 15, 2014
– Stephanie Lim
The Orange Choco Cube drink is my personal favourite of all! We’re served with a cup of milk (as above) with a choco stick at the side to slowly melt the choc into the cup of milk! There’s just something about this melting method that makes the drink so much smoother and milkier than average chocolate drinks! Plus, it’s real fun to see the chocolate slowly melting into your drink too! – Dec 6, 2014
– Careen Tan
The bingsu is soooo good, it was my first time to have this Korean dessert, three of us love it and the portion is big so I would recommend you to tag a friend along if you want to order this. We also like their Strawberry Honey Toast, crunchy toast with sweet strawberry slice, ice cream and strawberry syrup, who would say no for this delicious thing? – Dec 15, 2014
– Angelica Roselynn T