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21 Best Pancakes, Waffles & French Toast

21 Best Pancakes, Waffles & French Toast

A list of where to find the best pancakes, waffles and French toasts in Singapore. Good for breakfast, lunch or dinner, this is perfect for you maple syrup lovers :)
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Creamier's long queues and licked-dry plates are testament to the truly addictive nature of their ice cream and waffles. Expect to queue even on a weeknight, but it's seriously worth it. Two perfectly crisp waffles stay firm below two scoops of dense ice cream. Go for the Salted Caramel Gula Melaka and the Roasted Pistachio. Photo by Geraldine Tay.

Veronica Phua puts it so aptly, 'Two thick yet lightly fluffy pancakes are so generously filled with blueberries and ricotta cheese bits, every mouthful is absolute heaven. As if that is not enough, three pieces of crisp bacon add a savory dimension to what is already wow'. Finish off with their wonderful coffee, and you've got the perfect brunch. Sit outside if the weather is nice! Photo by Veronica Phua.

In this gorgeous setting, order the equally gorgeous plate of French toast for brunch. The hot brioche is cut into 4 chunks and is perfectly caramelized and dusted with icing sugar. Roasted berries form a compote and are both sweet and sour, complementing the creamy vanilla ice cream. If you're heading to Tiong Bahru and craving French Toast, don't hesitate to get these. Photo by Christine Tjong.

There's something about these simple pancakes, which look like quite a mess but taste like heaven. It makes you want to just dig in, making sure each bite is soaked in gula melaka and has the right ratio of perfectly whipped cream. Choose between the Banana and Walnut, and the Cherry and Chocolate. Best shared after you've already had your eggs, what a great way to finish off brunch. Photo by Daniel Food Diary.

For $11, these huge pancakes are simple and satisfying, served with a good dollop of butter and just the right amount of maple syrup. A great place for brunch or tea time, come here and relax with a good book, or a good friend to chat with. Photo by Rachel Xie.

This stack of pancakes come in 4 layers, topped with soft bananas, ricotta, crunchy pistachio bits and honey. Top it up with some honeycomb for another $3, it really goes a long way! Be sure to get a bit of the creamy riccotta with every bite. Also, the presentation is superb. End off with their aromatic long black. Photo by Huixuan Tan.

Strangers' Reunion's light buttermilk waffles topped with Greek yoghurt, honey and fresh berries has been hailed the best waffle in town by many. It's hard to fight these near-perfect waffles, so warm and fluffy you almost never knew a waffle could be that good. The yoghurt / berries/ honey combination leaves you feeling refreshed and satiated at the same time. Try these if you haven't yet. Photo by Jiehui Teo.

D.O.C certainly has an edge over the rest by nailing both the sweet and the savoury buttermilk waffle. The savoury sun-dried tomato and herb waffle with bacon, fluffy scrambled eggs and maple bacon jam is a perfect choice for breakfast. The sweet version comes with caramelized rum bananas and vanilla bean ice cream, and has won over many dessert-lovers hearts. Why not try both next time you head down? Photo by Eleanor Tay.

At $12.90, this amazing Waffles Stacko is truly a steal. A great choice when you're in the town area, this simple cafe is great for indulging in ice cream and hot, crispy waffles. Perfect for students and groups of friends, get a nice big stack to share! If you're a small party, go for the Sinfully Chocolate or the Merry Berry. Photo by Rachelle Ling.

Priced at $13.50, this stack of 3 red velvet pancakes come with addictive homemade cream cheese frosting, and are the perfect complement to the large serving of truffle fries you know you're going to have. Great for those who simply love red velvet! Photo by Keng Wee Tan.

At only $3.50 for a homemade waffle, this comes at a pretty good value. Pick a couple of their unique ice cream flavours to go along with the crisp waffle, $3 for a single and $5 for a double scoop. Go for their Salted Caramel and the Horlicks Tim Tam flavours. Photo by Make Your Calories Count.

Already known for their great brunch items, such as their Flan (which you should get before these waffles), Symmetry also nails the waffle. At $14, bananas, strawberries, peanut butter, hazelnut chocolate, maple syrup and vanilla ice cream sit atop crispy, fluffy waffles. Get an extra scoop of blueberry ice cream for a near-perfect dish! Photo by Rachelle Ling.

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