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The first time I tried souffle pancake was in Tokyo, at one of the famous store, A Happy Pancake. Have been craving that ever since and was happy to try Riz Labo's version at Wisma. The first thing that came to mind when I had my first bite, was how light the pancake tasted. The pancake itself was not sweet, and that complemented nicely with the sweet creme brulee sauce. The sauce was torched before serving, and that added a nice charred taste to thr overall flavour. I would say that this is a really good effort and one of the better souffle pancakes you can get in Singapore. It is a little less "pancakey" compared to the one I had in Japan, but definitely stands out with its lightness and fluffiness. It is on the pricier side as well, but the creme brulee one is going for $15+ on weekdays compared to $20+ on weekends. Recommended if you are craving for Japanese souffle pancake, or if you have not tried those in Japan before!