Fluff Stack To Open New Souffle Pancake Cafe In Tampines 1
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Fluff Stack To Open New Souffle Pancake Cafe In Tampines 1

8th April 2021

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Homegrown souffle pancake cafe Fluff Stack started out as a single outlet in Suntec City, and has since expanded to malls like Westgate and Northpoint. In a seeming quest to make a mark on all corners of our city, the latest Fluff Stack outlet is slated to open in Tampines 1, in end-April 2021.

Fluff Stack - Hazelnut Chocolate

Along with this news, Fluff Stack has also announced an expanded menu, with more new flavours. Notable ones include the Pistacchio Siciliano ($15.50), where a pistachio-flavoured pancakes are served with pistachio cream, almond nougat, and dried apricot.

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Durian lovers, get hyped by the arrival of the Musang King Durian ($17.50), a stack made with 100% mao shan wang durian, topped with a gula melaka syrup, then dressed with coconut sago. This is only available from Monday to Thursday.

Fluff Stack - Flatlay

If the classics are what you want, then the All-Time Classic ($9.80), Hazelnut Chocolate ($14.50), Strawberry Cheese ($14.50), and Mango Passionfruit ($15.80) are still on the menu.

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Fluff Stack’s pancakes feature a batter that is made from scratch daily, and all pancakes are freshly made to order, retaining their cloud-like jiggly texture. Because of this, do expect a little bit of a wait between your order and the pancakes arriving at your table, but it’s well worth it.

If you’re an East-sider trying to tide over the wait till Fluff Stack arrives, check out our Tampines food guide for other dining options in the mall. Otherwise, get your souffle pancake fix elsewhere in the meantime with our souffle pancakes in Singapore guide, spotlighting stalls and cafes you can find this delicious dessert, including a $2 option.

11 Souffle Pancakes In Singapore Including A $2 Hawker Gem

For more desserts to try, read our Tian Wang Desserts review, where we try out the traditional Chinese desserts from this mahjong-themed cafe. We also have a guide to traditional desserts in Singapore, covering ah balling, orh nee, tau suan, and many, many more.

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