Dome Cafe Hot
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Dome Cafe, originating from Perth, Western Australia, was introduced in Malaysia in 1995 by the Melium Group. Today, Dome has proudly opened up 14 branches in Malaysia. From soups to gourmet sandwiches to burgers and pies, hot food items are served here on top of desserts and beverages.
The Intermark - 03 - 2162 6188
[email protected] Circle Pavilion - 03-2143 9886/85
[email protected] Pavilion KL - 03-2143 8588
Bangsar Shopping Centre - 03-2092 4377
The Gardens Mall - 03-2283 3603
Subang Parade - 03-5632 1799
IPC Shopping Centre (Ikano) - 03-7727 8175
The Curve - 03-7727 7311
Gleneagles Intan Medical Centre - 03-4251 1313
Sime Darby Medical Centre - Ara Damansara - 03-7839 9875
Sime Darby Medical Centre - Subang Jaya - 03-7839 9876
Alamanda Shopping Centre - 03-8888 7727
KLIA - 03-8776 2274
1st Avenue Mall Penang - 04-261 0800
Gurney Plaza Penang - 04-229 5105
Queensbay Mall Penang - 04-641 3308
Straits Quay Penang - 04-891 8988
1Borneo Hypermall Sabah - 088 484 555
User Ratings Summary
User rating summary from: 3 user(s)
Great coffee with great ambiance
I always considered Dome as my true coffee shop because they're less fancy and less catchy than other coffee chains in the city.
I love the ambiance of the cafe where everything looks sophisticated and very matured. With dark colors dominated the whole area, I found this place as a cool and very relaxing place after a whole day out shopping.
I still love the coffee here very much. They have their own vibe into it which I couldn't express but it's definitely good. I really enjoy my cup of coffee here. The food is not bad though. I usually had lasagna since it's my favorite and I always order it whenever I was there, all the time. The beef, sauce and cheese are just enough, perfect for my taste.
New Year's Eve Experience
I been to Dome once in my life which was on the eve of New Year's 2010. If you were at The Curve on New Year's Eve, you'll know how packed the whole place is. It was so hard to find a place to rest and I was really hungry. After some extensive walking periods with my friends, we decided to go to Dome for the first time...and the last.
Now me being oblivious to the reason why Dome had several seats open, decided to order their burger and ginger beer. I'm pretty sure the bun was wholemeal bread and the taste was...well, let's just say that I'd be more satisfied with any Ramli Burger from the streets. The size was pretty much the same as Burger King's Whopper though.
It costed about RM50+, not worth it, not even single bit and that was the moment I realized why there were several empty seats in Dome on New Year's Eve while every other restaurant was full.
Weak coffee, pretty good cakes.
Dome really feels like the underdog among coffee shops. People usually think of Starbucks or Coffee Bean if they wanted coffee, rarely so for Dome. I decided to try out their latte, and have a meal on their menu. Strangely enough, I didn't like their coffee that much, for something that was supposed to be their specialty. In the end, I wanted to taste more of their cakes and spaghetti.
Unfortunately, their prices aren't good as well. Paying for the spaghetti itself costs so much, you're better off spending your money in another restaurant. Overall, it was a pretty bad experience, and I doubt i am ever going to eat there.