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Say hello to d.o.s.e
d.o.s.e is the latest gem to be added to the diverse array of shops and eateries that line High Street. This trendy new spot effortlessly combines stylish aesthetics with delicious coffee and treats to match.
At d.o.s.e, the baristas are true artisans who take great pride in their craft. Whether you're craving a classic for your go-to fix or feeling adventurous and keen to try something new, their menu features both, including innovative options like clove and orange-infused nitro coffee.
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More new openings you need to know about
Coffee Corner | 17 Wellesley Street West
Located on Wellesley Street West, directly opposite the Civic and within reach of numerous bus stations, Coffee Corner is your go-to spot for a delightful start to your day. Whether you're dashing to work or seeking a tranquil break, Coffee Corner, just like its name, welcomes you into their cozy corner with freshly baked pastries and coffee.
Gemmi | 7 Queen Street | Commercial Bay
Ssam Jang | 26 Lorne Street
Meet Ssam Jang, the newest underground Korean restaurant and bar. The team at Ssam Jang seamlessly blends modern and traditional Korean flavors to create a dining experience that's both approachable and affordable. From sizzling Korean BBQs to fiery seafood noodles, their menu is a delightful journey through the diverse and delicious landscape of Korean cuisine.
Kajiken | 23 Shortland Street
Coming all the way from China, Singapore and the United States, this new spot will specialise in Aburasoba (otherwise known as Japanese-syle ramen). Simple in looks, this bowl of goodness is in no way simple in flavour... and the countdown is on until you can try it for yourself!