Souffle pancakes are the ultimate Instagrammable food
Our pancakes scene has come a long way, from the days when we would rise early to catch McDonald’s hotcakes. Though the good ol’ hotcakes are still satisfying at times, I’m more than glad for the many pancake joints that have opened in Singapore over the years. Whether it is for breakfast, tea, or post-diner dessert, these 10 jiggly, buttery souffle pancakes will satisfy.
1. Gram Cafe & Pancakes
Any foodie who has been to Japan would have been tempted to queue for the famous pancakes from Gram Cafe & Pancakes. Thankfully, the stack of jiggly, marshmallowy goodness has finally arrived to our shores at VivoCity. Available only at 11am, 3pm, and 6pm every day, with 30 servings each time, their signature Premium Pancakes ($17.90++) is a must-get and comes in a stack of three thick pancakes, with a dollop of whipped cream!
Check out our full review of Gram Cafe & Pancakes!
Address: 1 Harbourfront Walk, #02-110, VivoCity, Singapore 098585
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 10pm, last order at 9pm
2. Sweet Rex
From their location to price and taste, everything about Sweet Rex would have you looking forward to your next visit. Occupying a stall at Mei Ling Food Centre, this hawker dessert stall is most famous for their fluffy Souffle Pancakes ($4 for two pieces) that come generously drizzled with either chocolate, caramel, or strawberry sauces. So many cafes tend to serve fancy desserts with rather exorbitant prices, so this is one of the rare places that dole out cheap treats that do not compromise on the taste. They are also halal-certified.
Find out more about our experience at Sweet Rex!
Address: 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-79, Singapore 150120
Opening hours: Sat-Sun 10:30am to 3pm, 5pm to 8pm
Tel: 8163 7630
3. Cafe De Nicole’s Flower
One of the most IG-worthy Souffle Pancakes (from $15.90+) on the list is from Cafe De Nicole’s Flower. Opened in May 2019, the cafe is best known for their souffle pancakes which come decorated with brushes of chocolate sauce, pomegranate seeds, blueberries, strawberries, and a scatter of dried flowers. The dish also comes accompanied by a scoop of coconut ice-cream made with actual coconut juice and shreds of coconut meat. An additional bonus you can look forward to when visiting the cafe is “Lao Ban”, their adorable house cat that roams about freely!
Check out our full review of Cafe De Nicole’s Flower
Address: 224 Telok Kurau Road, #01-01, Singapore 423836
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 8pm
4. Belle-ville Pancake Cafe
Another cafe that came all the way from Japan, Belle-ville Pancake Cafe is the place to hit up for jiggly pancakes when you are in Bugis. This little eatery only serves sweet pancakes and their signature dish is the Millefeuille Pancakes (from $7.90++ for four). Compared to fluffier ones found elsewhere, the pancakes at Belle-Ville are more buttery and eggy, with a runnier texture. Though a stack of eight pieces sounds and looks massive, you’d find it difficult to stop digging at it. We wiped the entire dish clean between two persons!
Find out more about other dishes from Belle-ville Pancake Cafe!
Address: 230 Victoria Street, #01-01B, Bugis Junction Towers, Singapore 188024
Opening hours: Daily 11am to 8pm
Tel: 6255 5456
If you’ve ever wondered where the souffle pancake trend started, look no further than Flipper’s. As one of the OG cafes putting out these jiggly stacks Flipper’s is a household name in its native Japan. They have since expanded to Singapore with their flagship outlet at Takashimaya, selling iconic dishes like their Kiseki Plain ($17.80) pancakes, and Eggs Benedict Souffle Pancake ($21.80).
They use a proprietary technique to get these pancakes as light as air, and rely on only Hinata eggs, Hokkaido flour, and French butter for the batter.
Check out our full review of Flipper’s.
Address: 391A Orchard Road, #B1-56, Ngee Ann City, Singapore 238873
Opening hours: Daily 10:30am to 10pm (last order at 8:45pm)
6. Typhoon Taiwanese Cafe
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Typhoon Taiwanese Cafe combines our love for bubble tea and souffle pancakes in their Souffle Stackers with Taiwan Milk Tea and Bubble ($17.90++). Besides the much-loved milk tea pancakes, other interesting flavours they have include the Souffle Stackers with Taro, Bubble, Red Bean and Green Tea Sauce ($17.90++)!
Address: 68 Orchard Road, #04-63/67, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839
Opening hours: Mon-Sun 11:30am to 10pm
Tel: 6884 5423
7. Hoshino Coffee
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Hoshino Coffee is a familiar coffeehouse, with outlets scattered around Singapore. For $9.80++, their single-piece Pancake is freshly baked on-demand, and served hot and jiggling with either maple or honey syrup. For something more filling, go for their Double Pancake which costs $12++. They also have flavoured souffle pancakes, such as the Matcha Pancake ($13.50++ for single, $16.80++ for double) that comes drenched in matched sauce and topped with a scoop of matcha ice-cream!
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Specialty Japanese egg restaurant, Tamago-en, has a variety of souffle pancakes on the menu, with prices starting at $8.80++. Apart from the plain option, expect fruity creations like the Banana Chocolate ($11.80), and the bubble tea-inspired Pineapple Tapioca Pearl ($12.80). All come dressed with fruit, fresh cream, and syrup.
9. The Coffee Academics
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The Coffee Academics is the place to hit up for good coffee and satisfying cafe food. Under the dessert menu, you will find their Academics Pancake Tower ($21.40++) that’s only available at their flagship shop in Scotts Square. This two-layered pancake comes served with mixed berries, a scoop of berry sorbet, and whipped cream, giving a refreshing twist to the decadent dessert.
Address: 6 Scotts Road, #02-01/#02-02, Scotts Square, Singapore 228209
Opening hours: Mon-Thurs 9am to 8:30pm, Fri-Sun 9am to 9pm
Tel: 6538 1940
10. Fluff Stack
Tucked away in the new food wing at Suntec City is Fluff Stack, a cafe specialising in souffle pancakes. Offering a small menu of dessert souffle pancakes, in flavours such as Strawberry Cheese Souffle Pancakes ($12.80) and Hazelnut Chocolate Souffle Pancakes ($13.80). The former features a tangy strawberry coulis, mixed with fresh strawberries and topped with cream cheese, and pairs really well with the eggy souffle pancakes. They’re now halal-certified too!
Address: 3 Temasek Boulevard, #B1-K4, Suntec City, Singapore 038983
Opening hours: Daily 10am to 10pm
11. Bangkok Jam
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Casual diner Bangkok Jam has recently expanded their menu to include two Thai-inspired souffle pancake offerings. These come in Mango Sticky Rice and Thai Milk Tea flavours, all served with three pancakes in a stack. Priced at $16.90++ each, these pancakes also come with toppings that nod to their original dish, from mango cubes and coconut milk in the former, and a milk tea pudding, as well as boba pearls in the latter.
Address: 68 Orchard Road, #03-85, Plaza Singapura, Singapore 238839
Opening hours: Daily 11:30am to 9:30pm
Tel: 6341 9188
Sweeten your day at this souffle pancake joints
Throw aside your flat, boring pancakes and get these souffle pancakes that are great for both your Instagram feed and your belly. If you’re craving for more sweet treats aside from souffle pancakes, check out: Durian Lab, Guilt Cookies, and Bloom Artisan!
This article was originally written on 23 August 2019.