Fluff Stack To Open Third Outlet In Westgate This February
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Fluff Stack To Open Third Outlet In Westgate This February, Bringing BBT Souffle Pancakes To Jurong

14th January 2021

Fluff Stack Westgate

Dessert lovers will definitely know of Fluff Stack as one of the fastest-growing souffle pancake cafes in Singapore. Their flagship Suntec City outlet then expanded into a second cafe in Yishun’s Northpoint, and now, they have announced a third Fluff Stack Westgate opening to come in February 2021.

Fluff Stack - Flatlay

Their choice to open in the West follows their recent choice to make all Fluff Stack outlets halal-certified, so their souffle pancakes are now more accessible to diners than ever. Hungry Westies can expect their signature pancake menu at the new cafe, featuring five main pancakes.

Flavours start with the Classic ($8.80), with plain pancakes topped with syrup and cream. These plain pancakes take 15 minutes to make as they have to reach prime jiggly perfection.

Fluff Stack - Souffle pancake

The same pancakes appear in their other flavours, such as the creamy Strawberry Cheese ($12.80), Nutella-inspired Hazelnut Chocolate ($13.80), fruity Mango Passionfruit ($14.80), and aromatic Oolong Boba ($13.80). The last one is inspired by bubble tea, served with actual boba pearls for added texture.

White pearls

No word is out yet on the exact opening date, as well as the unit number of Fluff Stack Westgate, but we’ll update this article when we know.

If you want to get ready for what to expect from their new opening, here’s our Fluff Stack review.

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In the meantime, check out our guide to souffle pancakes cafes. Alternatively, read our Flipper’s review, where we try the iconic souffle pancakes from this famous Japanese cafe, now in Singapore.

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Those looking for other desserts can read our Wan Wan Thai Cafe review, spotlighting a cafe in Rochor that is open till late, serving Shibuya thick toast and bingsu. There is also our latest compilation of best dessert places in Singapore, serving up sweet treats like thicc and chunky cookies, ice cream and waffles, intricate cakes and more.

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