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7 Places for Fluffy, Light-As-Air Soufflé Pancakes in Singapore

“It’s so fluffy, I’m gonna DIE!!!”

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There’s a new pancake in town, and everyone wants a piece. These wobbly beauties can go up to 15cm in height (three stacked up) and boast an incredible cloud-like texture thanks to the use of Japanese flour and whipped egg whites in the batter. Yes, we’re talking the Gisele Bündchen of pancakes — tall and gorgeous, with curves in all the right places. Fair warning: there’ll probably be a line, but here are 7 soufflé pancake spots that are worth the queue! 

Antoinette: For Soufflé Pancakes in a French Tearoom

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Note this spot for high tea with the girls. Think interiors worthy of a French chateau and decadent bakes fit for royalty — perfect for pairing with tea or coffee. Come for their classic Trés Berries Souffle Pancake ($16) where wobbly stacks of airy vanilla soufflé pancakes are served with vanilla crème chantilly, strawberries, blueberries, melted sea salt butter and honey maple syrup. Sweeter, more decadent options include the Crème Brûlée ($16) with vanilla custard, strawberries and caramel, or the unique Ondeh Ondeh ($16) with pandan custard, gula melaka and coconut powder. 

Poofy: For Pillowy Soft, Jiggly Soufflé Pancakes

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Housed in Habitat by Honestbee, Poofy uses Japanese Takaragawa flour and Hokkaido milk to produce quality soufflés worth the trip to Pasir Panjang. Burppler Jonathan Lim likened their Poofy Pancakes ($14) to McDonald’s hotcakes ‘but softer, eggier and much more fluffy’. Topped with strawberries, cream and blueberries, all it needs is a drizzle of maple syrup (served on the side) and you’re good to go. 

Fluffstack: For Affordable, Assorted Soufflé Pancakes

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Find this dessert spot in the basement of Suntec City for beautifully-plated soufflés in an array of flavours at affordable prices. Go for the Classic Soufflé Pancakes ($8.80) with honey, butter, maple syrup and chantilly cream, and maybe jazz it up with a coconut sago add-on ($0.80). Otherwise, try trendy flavours such as Oolong Boba Soufflé Pancakes ($9.80), Strawberry Cheese Soufflé Pancakes ($12.80) or the Hazelnut Chocolate Soufflé Pancakes ($13.80). 

Gram Pancakes: For Instagram-worthy Soufflés

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With only 30 servings per time slot (11am, 3pm and 6pm), time your arrival well if you want a taste of these soft, mochi-like Instagram royalties. Burppler Su.A queued for 10 minutes and was served their Premium Pancakes ($17) 15 minutes later. Also good is their Tiramisu Pancakes ($15.90) covered in bittersweet cocoa powder that balances the sweetness of the cream. The portions are huge — grab a friend to share with! 

Seiwaa Okonomiyaki & Teppanyaki Restaurant: For Soufflé on a Hotplate


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Don’t be too quick to leave after your Okonomiyaki feast in this cosy hidden gem in Little India. Stay for their delicious Fluffy Japanese Soufflé Pancake with Cheese (from $16) that sees super jiggly soufflé pancakes served with cheese on a hot plate. 

SweeT.Rex: For Cheap and Good Soufflé Pancakes

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Although this no-frills stall is located in the unassuming Alexandra Village Food Centre, it definitely holds its own when it comes to quality! Made from scratch, these Soufflé Pancakes (from $4) are great on its own, doused in caramel sauce or with ice cream on the side. To truly indulge, pair it with a cup of kopi o kosong!

Riz Labo Kitchen: For Luxe, Authentic Tokyo Soufflé Pancakes

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Hailing from the Omotesandō district in Tokyo, what was once a pop-up in Wisma Atria is now a permanent fixture. Just one bite in and you’ll be overwhelmed by the lightness of the Japanese Creme Brulee Soufflé Pancake (from $15). The creme brulee sauce is sweet and slightly charred, complimenting the otherwise savoury pancake very well. Also good is the foolproof Original Soufflé Pancake (from $15). For those with dietary restrictions, you’ll be glad to know that their pancakes are made with Japanese gluten-free rice flour, egg whites and Kagoshima brown sugar for a castella cake-like texture.