We are open on 24th December (Christmas Eve) and 31st December (New Year Eve).
$25 nett for any 2 drinks plus novelty. Come join us for the celebration to 2008!!!
Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!!!!!!!
Wednesday, December 05, 2007
Sunday, November 25, 2007
Wednesday, November 14, 2007
Friday, October 19, 2007
Check out the alfresco courtyard by evening light.
Update: We've been talking to caterers, florists, photographers and other value-added service providers to create even more great packages for all your events...be it an ROM/engagement party, wedding photo shoot, press party, corporate event, art exhibition etc.
Drop us a note to let us know your requirements and we'll be happy to work out a custom package for you.
Posted by cafédomus at 12:27 PM
Wednesday, October 10, 2007
Thursday, September 27, 2007
Here's what we've just added to our site:
- Email signup. Yes it's finally here so we have a better way of letting you know first-hand about the latest promotions at café domus.
- Location map. Little India's not that little after all so we've made it easier for you to find us.
Directly Opposite MUStafa...geddit? geddit? (well, not quite but it's easier to remember).
- Links. Gotta show love to our other friends online. Check out Ice Cream Chefs (we serve their yummy home-made ice creams), Tiramisutra (we serve their yummy home-made tiramisus), Catmasutra (art about cats) and KittyWu Records. Send the link love back guys!
- Counter. So we know how many people visit the site!
Posted by cafédomus at 5:07 PM
Tuesday, August 28, 2007
Sunday, June 10, 2007
Low, frosted white acrylic seats and coffee tables are the minimalist (but amazingly comfortable) additions to this air-conditioned gallery space, giving it an air of being comfortably inviting yet exciting. For those whose curiosity is piqued and venture in, another completely different experience is to be found beyond.
The open courtyard at the back is delicately shielded from the open sky by tall bamboo trees, beneath which are rustic benches and timber-stump tables on a pebble floor. And what's a shophouse without a spiral staircase? Climb up and find yourself in a serene and private vantage point with a treehouse feel.
Inspired by Wu Yen Yen - design and architecture
Posted by café domus at 8:45 PM