930 Yishun Avenue 2
#02-115 Northpoint City
Singapore 769098

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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Good combination of sweet and sour (seasonal mango + passionfruit coulis). The soufflé pancakes are as usual, soft and light to eat.

Would like to try out other flavours too!

Easily finished in 5 minutes!

Two soufflés pancakes covered with generous amount of pistachio cream, topped with pistachios, dried apricot, almonds, chocolate chips, and I think we found some walnuts too.

The freshly made pancakes were really soft and delectable. The ingredients combined well with each other. If you would like to boost the sweetness level, you can add some maple syrup, otherwise the sweetness level on its own is just nice.

This is the Tiramisu ($14.50) and Mango Passionfruit ($15.80) pancakes. The tiramisu pancakes scream coffee but they are not alcoholic, hence it only resembles half of a typical Tiramisu experience. On the other hand, the mango passionfruit pancakes are refreshing and is well balanced between tart and sweetness. For someone who dislikes mango, I found the mango served super fresh and delicious. The pancakes are soft and fluffy, easy to savour (and quickly too!). We had this after a full dinner and we could finish each plate on our own!

No queue at 7.45pm on a Sunday, although we had to wait a little as it was full house. Love the all time classic ($9.80)! Came with soft butter which paired very well with the syrup. Syrup can be a little sweet so would advise to not pour all of it at the start.

Had the mango passion fruit previously and thought it was too sweet for my liking. The all time classic is a good go to for myself!

Psst the thai milk tea ($4) was real fragrant too:)

Quite disappointing, pancakes tasted more like egg than a pancake itself. Not worth for the price. If you like soufflé pancakes, or just pancakes in general, I’d recommend giving this place a skip unless you really love eggs.
On a positive note, pancakes were extremely light and airy, and vanilla cream tasted delicious

Came on a saturday around 7pm so it was busy and there was a long queue. I didn’t mind the wait though but the pancakes were delicious! I ordered the classic pancake ($9.70) and hazelnut ($14.50) and they were both presented amazingly even though it was super busy for the staffs. The pancakes were also super bouncy! I saw how they were made and everything was fresh! For service wise, the man was very friendly despite how busy it was.

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