Udomsuk donut pioneer opens all-day diner at EmQuartier

Drop by Dough, a brand of decadent donuts that started in Udomsuk, has opened a third branch on the first floor of the glitzy EmQuartier shopping mall, with a dine and wine option for the first time.

No longer just a spot for donut lovers, it serves a range of savory comfort food such as savory donut sandwiches that look a lot like bagel sandwiches. Some popular options include rosemary scrambled eggs and prosciutto (THB300); a tamagoyaki sando (nut), which features a grilled Japanese omelet with wasabi mayo and tonkatsu sauce (THB275); and a juicy crab meat and mentaiko (cod roe) salad donut sandwich (THB435).

The menu goes beyond donut creations with dishes like roasted pork belly penne with tomato sauce (THB420), potato fries with truffle mayo (THB190), as well as steaks, pasta, rice bowls, and more.

To drink, you can choose from coffee, tea, sodas and, yes, wine.

Drop by Dough is located on the first floor of EmQuartier.

Photo: Drop by Dough
Photo: Drop by Dough
Photo: Drop by Dough
Photo: Drop by Dough

This story originally appeared in BK.
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