Arriving by Bus: #2/12/33/130/133/960, Bustop Name: Bugis Junction, Bustop No.: 01119. Arriving by Train: EW12 Bugis MRT Exit C. Nearest Carpark: Bugis Junction Carpark (Basement). continue reading
nydc is a casual western dining restaurant in the big city where people from all walks of life gather to live the moment, share a dream and savor little things. The well-loved restaurant has thrilled diners with delectable desserts and western fare. continue reading
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Mon - Thu
11:30 - 22:30
Fri - Sat
11:30 - 23:00
11:30 - 22:30
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Review (26)
Level3 2014-01-24
NYDC, New York Dessert Cafe serves not only coffee & dessert also main courses as well. But we went there to try their desserts & coffee.Goldmine Cheesecake ($6.80 per slice)The base of the cake is the solid Oreo cookie and the top is coated by chocolate fudge too.Really tasty, not too sweet but it's perfect dessert. I would like to recommend this cheesecake.The Hot coffee ($4.80) is just average, the Cappuccino ($5.80) too. continue reading
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Level3 2013-12-16
We attended the Xmas party at nydc hosted by food blogger, ladyironchef and sponsored by nydc. We get to sampled 10 festive dishes nydc has specially came up with for this year's Christmas. Here are some of the highlights of the dishes we had at nydc's Christmas party. One of the festive beverages we had, Gingy's Butter Rum Bath Elephanccino ($8.80) It's warm chocolate w ginger bread cookie dipped. Sweet! We started off with Elves' Salmon Logs and Elves' Mini Meat Munchies, $9.80 each. The crepe is stuffed with Smoked salmon and cream cheese filling, while the meat munchies is served on toast topped w jam on the top. Very good combination and love it!Main courses - We were given to choose from Santa's Wagyu Steak Frites ($28.80), Merry Merry Mixed Grill ($26.80) or Traditional Cornish Hen ($16.80). We tried the Merry Merry Mixed Grill and Wagyu Steak which is our favorite. Steak grilled to perfection with the pink meat within, tender and juicy! And it satisfy a steak lover like myself. Nydc is famous for their desserts and mud pies. And for this year's Christmas, nydc has specially came up with Tutti Frutti Mudpie ($11.80). It's really good, must try! Thank you Brad for having us!For complete review of the 10 festive dishes, http://jacqsowhat.blogspot.sg/2013/12/nydc-singapore-christmas-dinner-special.html continue reading
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Level2 2013-10-18
I have to agree, nydc is one of the perfect places to celebrate life. You don't have to wait for a special occasion to celebrate, life is meant to be celebrated everyday. I love nydc's interior at their Tampines branch but I love their Bugis outlet even more. The brick walls, the nostalgic photos framed, the faux fire place and the pig in a motorcycle made my dining experience cozy.Did I just say cozy? The photo above is L-O-V-E. Very homey, it makes you want to snuggle with your love one. I would love to indulge with nydc's dessert specialties there with the hubby.Goldmine Cheesecake ($7.20/slice, $68/whole)It's Ally's New York cheesecake with chocolate chunks, slathered with irresistible chocolate fudge topping. It came with solid Oreo cookie base. I am a cheesecake person but I have not tried chocolate cheesecake before. My verdict? The cheese and choc combination blended really well. Just perfect! Boo Boo ($6.80/slice, $62/whole)nydc's friends' chocolate cake with piped swirls of light whipped cream. For me, this is the B-O-M-B! I think the heart-shaped cake that we had last Valentine's is very similar if not the same to this. According to nydc, diners come back for this time and again. What's there not to go crazy about a chocolate cake baked into perfection? It is very moist, it literally melts in your mouth. A must try, highly recommended!3-some Mudpie ($11.80/slice) It's ménage à trois (threesome) of guilt-free kind. Get ready to get wild and gooey whilst sandwich between 3 layers of chocolate chip cookie dough, strawberry and strawberry cheesecake icecreams and graham crackers. Soooooooo yummmy!!! Strawberry and chocolate combination is fail-proof.Jedi Mudster ($11.80/slice)The force is tempting us with this enticing mudpie. It is made of double chocolate chip and Macadamia nut icecream on an Oreo base with homemade cookie chunks, complete with chocolate fudge and whipped cream. This is the crowd's favourite. There's no need to explain further why. http://www.sweetmemoirs.com/2013/04/new-york-dessert-cafe-bugis-junction.html continue reading
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During my younger days, NYDC used to be one of my fav place to go for a mushroomy meal. As more and more different eateries popped up in the recent years, I have not have a chance to go NYDC till recently when I won $200 food vouchers from them.However I was kinda disappointed with the food quality.Went there on a sat evening and ordered 1 berry lemonade pitcher ($8.50), 1 chocolate monster($6.80),1 mushroom munchies($7.80),1 mushroom madness pizza ($15.80) and 1 sunny sausage ($15.80) and spent a total of $64.40 for 2 pax.With the vouchers, the exact amount spent was only $4.40.However I left feeling unsatisfied and rather sad cos NYDC no longer has the yummy mushroomy food that I used to crave for.The 1 pitcher of berry lemonade ($8.50) was ok,not too sweet nor too sour, and could served about about 31/2 serving thus no complain for the price paid.However the dessert chocolate monster ($6.80) was rather too sweet to be palpable thus it was left rather untouched. As for the mushroom munchies($7.80),it was rather bland and not appealing by the way they served it and it tasted really ordinary.The biggest disappointment came from the mushroom madness pizza ($15.80), it was so far apart from the mushroomy,cheesy,yummy pizza that I used to ate. The pizza crust was thick and the mushroom toppings were dried.I think they changed the sauce as well and it tasted weird to me. As for the sunny sausage ($15.80), it was actually bangers and mash with a sunny side up. The pork sausage tasted dry and it has a very strong taste of porky pig smell.However the cheesy chicken sausage was ok and I like the mash as it was made from real potato unlike many places which have already started using those powdered mash.As for the service, i would say that the staff were attentive and friendly.Thus if i were to go back again, it will be bcos of the staff and not the food. Thank God that i have vouchers to pay for this unsatisfied meal continue reading
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Level3 2013-09-24
They overhauled their menu, and it was not like before anymore...This dish is such a waste of time to have here. It would probably taste better if you buy the ingredients and microwaved at home. Much cheaper for sure. The mushrooms did not have the fungi fragrance that comes with good mushrooms. The melted cheese was watery in texture and we could not taste the ham bits. the chicken sausage is actually with cheese inside. taste was akin to those you buy in supermarkets. pork sausage tasted weird and we did not finish it. so here again, just go to the supermarket to eat such disappointing food.However, the mashed potato was not bad. seems they used real potatoes and not the powder ones. yYes we were mad to order this other mushroom dish. all mushrooms were overcooked till dried and slightly bitter. did not finish this one either.Service was acceptable at the cashier. continue reading
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