The dish was served with two souffle pancakes, topped with an enormous amount of granola and bits of pecan and hazelnut, and covered with a moderate serving of dark chocolate sauce. Despite the generous ingredients, we felt the souffle was a bit too undercooked, as it was way too soft and moist at certain parts. Certainly great for taking a shot of the souffle wobbling though!

Be prepared to wait at least 20 to 30 minutes for the souffle! Aside from the waiting time, do note that this dish costs $21.90++, which is a little too expensive for a dessert item too. On a side note, the interior of the cafe was really pretty and if you are keen to take some photos for your Instagram, it might be worthwhile to come on a Sunday night, as the cafe was almost empty when we visited.

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