257 Upper Thomson Road
Singapore 574384

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My fav item on the menu besides their rum cake

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Usually have their mee siam, tried their fried rice this round....


Don't think you can find many places offering rum cakes now. Mont Do'r used to be my fav. Dino's version is good!


Cakes here cheap but serving small and taste wise average. Eclair was nice. The cafe is always quiet which is a plus

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Sugar roll with no coating @ $1

I have zero resistance to roll cakes and had to get one when I saw it in the display. The sugar roll is their signature and supposed to be melt in the mouth. Went for the one without the sugar coating and quite glad about it as it's alr quite sweet. But it's really soft and has got a very good texture.

Lots of other pastries and cakes here too, will be back for other stuff next time!

The change of hands in the various F&B concepts along upper Thomson road has been significant. Running along these pathways at 10 years old I remember only our favourite chicken rice, Thai food at e-sarn, korean food at parkers and the former Kim family restaurant; then prata for anytime of the day/ night. As I grew older, brunch at habitat became a thing and soon after we see the former Pacarama and one man coffee trodding along.

I am glad the mainstays still remain - just like the nostalgic sugar rolls at Dino, so homely and my favourite even as a kid. These 90cents rolls have an irreplaceable value that far outweigh their monetary worth. Today I snag the last box of scones on the payment counter, having zero recollection of tasting Dino’s scones. They were served re-heated and a bite had me sold. These were soft enough instead of being rock hard like the poor ones I had a month ago at TWG. Very close to my usual from Duke Bakery - reminding me that expensive doesn’t always mean better.