3 Temasek Boulevard
#B1-K4 Suntec City
Singapore 038983

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11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

10:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

11:00am - 10:00pm

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Finally get the chance to try this popular pancakes! I gotten the classic and my friends gotten the hazelnut chocolate and the salted caramel flavour. Classic flavour costs $9+ and the other two flavours costs around $14+. The price increased. We tried each other's flavour and in the end, I still like my classic choice. All flavours are good for sure but just personal preference. The pancakes are really fluffy soft and delicious as they named it. Definitely a must go to eat!

Fluff Stack is one of those places which I kinda look forward to revisiting for their soufflé pancakes, but it seems that I just lack the fate of capturing their items in its intended plating — from nearly allowing the saucer bowl containing the sauce to land on the ground; this time the toppings of the Musang King Soufflé Pancake just slid off the pancake whilst collecting the dish from the self-service counter when I barely lifted it up — oh well ...

Available only from Monday to Thursday, the Musang King Soufflé Pancake is so elusive that it warranted a visit to Suntec City after work (because Fluff Stack and durian 😆) — the item features their standard soufflé pancakes served with a light pastry cream (possibly durian-infused?), durian mousse, sago pearls and Gula Melaka. Whilst sounding like a heavy and decadent combination, I was pleasantly surprised by its “lightness” when it came to the textures involved — perhaps something got to do with Fluff Stack’s well-executed soufflé pancakes that are light, airy and fluffy akin to a soft, pillowy chiffon cake; an eggy one at that. The scoops of durian mousse came in small balls; coming on the side of the soufflé pancakes, atop the top layer, and in between the two soufflé pancakes — a little bit on the sweeter side of things but did come pretty rich and pungent of the distinct notes of the king of fruits, with fibres of the fruit being felt within. The sago pearls provided a good bite; the addition of the Gula Melaka seemingly trying to provide a slight Peranakan fusion somewhere, while the light pastry cream bridges the various elements such as the soufflé pancakes and the durian mousse together.

Not sure if it is how I am starting to feel a little old, but I thought I would have enjoyed this slightly better if it was a little less sweet — perhaps the addition of Gula Melaka to the already sweet durian elements proved a little too saccharine for me. That being said, I do feel that this product would appeal to the wider audiences — durian lovers who are into creative approaches to the fruit will most likely love this; it’s not particularly heavy on the pungency of the fruit, but does function well as a dessert nonetheless. Next on the list to try at Fluff Stack — the Pistachio Sicciliano Soufflé Pancakes ...


Ordered Classic ($9.80), Strawberry Cheese (13.50) & Mango Passionfruit Pancake ($15.80).

The most popular would be the Mango Passionfruit which most of the people ordered and I myself for the Classic. The Mango used is the big round mango. The type of mango is expensive and I'm surprised that they use this mango here.

I felt that althoughit hit the texture of the pancake, the flavour was quite lacking and the taste was mild. I eaten cheaper or delicious pancake than here.

It was very satisfying watching the cook make the thick fluffy pancakes and true enough the pancakes were super soft and melted in our mouths.

Mango Passionfruit - the passionfruit was rather sour but it complemented the fresh and sweet mango purée (with lovely sago bits) very well. Also appreciate it so much that they gave a full mango which was SO fresh.

Personally I like the strawberry cheese even more especially the soft fluffy cream cheese paired with the pancakes :-) the strawberry seemed rather excessive however haha as the highlight for me was rlly the cream cheese!

There’s always a long queue because it takes time for the staff to make them. I wasn’t having high expectation honestly, but the pancake really fall short of standard. I mean what can go wrong with the classic pancake right? Mac Donald’s pancake tasted better

The pancakes are soft and quite nice. Prefer the original flavour!

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