Best Pancakes In Singapore

Best Pancakes In Singapore

Developed this love for pancakes since the start of JC shall spare people of the cliche story but they r IMO food items that can turn that frown upside down!! At a more practical level: satisfy that grueling hunger pangs aft waking up late aka having brunch/share for tea or desserts (in reference to huge portioned pancake items) Some think that pancakes can be too filling but I say share it if u can't finish it cause they r too good to be left out And honestly I believe they r nutritious too right (I mean eggs and milk *close one eye to the butter/oil but everyone needs some fats anw*) For me good pancakes means tasty batter, moisture and thickness can vary but the the taste of the pancakes is da key to my heart~ Another important factor would also be what the pancakes come w ie. berries, banana, (ice-)cream, ricotta cheese (ooo amazing addition for a rich and satisfying brunch), syrups (& honestly I am still skeptical of the term "fluffiness" to rate pancakes? How do u determine fluffy in the first place? How do u gauge how much the pancake rises because of the rising agent often incorporated into the batter? What if some pancakes don't even have rising agents haha r they then called hot cakes? Will someone of greater knowledge enlighten me) Anw here's just my humble slightly lacking opinion of my various pancake experiences & more to come:
timtam_tum ✨
timtam_tum ✨

I had ricotta pancakes 2 weekends in a role for brunch; one was starkly better than the other, which I’ll leave it to you to figure out? Just Kidding.. here with the clue I’m about to give: the superior came at twice the cost without burpplebeyond 😬 why would I differentiate them as so? The better rendition I could taste of ricotta and was cooked very generously in decadent butter; a comfort to the belly, indulgence on the palate.

1 Like

I had ricotta pancakes 2 weekends in a role for brunch; one was starkly better than the other, which I’ll leave it to you to figure out? Just Kidding.. here with the clue I’m about to give: the superior came at twice the cost without burpplebeyond 😬 why would I differentiate them as so? The better rendition I could taste of ricotta and was cooked very generously in decadent butter; a comfort to the belly, an indulgence on the palate.

I am only a millennial who is drawn to food fads like soufflé pancakes only that I find myself months or even a year late? On a quest to find the best soufflé pancakes around and the ones at 19tea are so soft that they disintegrate on the palate without the need to chew. They feature the eggs used in the batter fairly prominently, and are relatively affordable.

2 Likes

I was happy to find my cream cheese melting perfectly on the cast iron skillet to sparsely soak the chewy pancake. A chewy variant in the middle (I must repeat) which required the help of maple syrup and the other 2 condiments, this pancake vaguely reminded me of Chinese omelette only at its crisp circumference.
Something good enough to order again, only if I craved for a sweet, affordable, carb breakfast dish.

Holidays mean treatyoself?? #1
Belle ville was on my wish list for far too long and thankfully the eggy thin pancake stacks that disintegrated easily were a pure joy. First proper recollection of Japanese styled pancakes and I personally enjoyed it ✨

3 Likes

Reminded me of McDonald’s hot cakes only with pandan flavouring. I’d get 2 slices of cakes instead for the same price; the peanut butter cheesecake we had was good.

2 Likes

Oh look at the resplendent thick golden brown pancake stack that spent a good 20 minutes sitting in the oven (as the cafe personnel educated us). Emblazoned by classic ingredients of berries compote or the more indulgent version of butterscotch bananas, vanilla ice cream; both were excellent examples of good brunch pancakes.
Definitely a signature here at Atlas, that keeps the crowd coming back for more (as I observe while waiting for our table given it was a P.H.).

2 Likes

Oh look at the resplendent thick golden brown pancake stack that spent a good 20 minutes sitting in the oven (as the cafe personnel educated us). Emblazoned by classic ingredients of berries compote or the more indulgent version of butterscotch bananas, vanilla ice cream; both were excellent examples of good brunch pancakes.
Definitely a signature here at Atlas, that keeps the crowd coming back for more (as I observe while waiting for our table given it was a P.H.).

3 Likes

Remember my first strictly pancakes experience during JC days and in a flash of 5 years the establishment will bid its goodbye on the 28th June (last day of operations).
Came here to witness a full house, thankfully I made reservations. Despite that we had to wait awhile for these pancakes but it was bearable especially because of my dining companion I haven’t met in awhile.
I will remember strictly for their interesting take(s) on savoury pancakes and comforting sweet ones. While the consistency of my favourite food here varies, their variety have always appealed to me and I genuinely hope to see something from them in the future.

3 Likes

If you'd allow me to be seen as a pancake aficionado; this was a no brainer classic combination of berries (raspberries, strawberries, blackberries) and vanilla ice cream on a hot off the pan-pancake with ricotta nuggets.

Better pancakes in Singapore? For sure.

Not sure it's a "fortunate" error or intentional but the charred rims of the pancake added a nice crisp to the browned bed.

2 Likes

I wish I wish.... that all cafes could be as affordable as refuel!! (8.50$ nett) for their signature stack of 3 pancakes- accompanied by outsourced vanilla ice cream and a viscous salted caramel sauce.
Definitely on the "Better pancakes in Singapore" list!
I so want to come back for more i.e. other brunch items, yet I foresee a tough dilemma between these no-brainer delicious pancakes. Yarmsss 🥞

Photo Credit: @jessseet & @jazzyseet
Late party here finally tried the hotcake plastered everywhere on Instagram and whatever social media outlet you can think of!
After a 30 minutes wait, a work of art was presented on the table. The thick dense hotcake won my heart over with one bite. The crust like cornering and perfectly cooked hotcake deserves all the good praises it gets. A good pancake/hotcake is one that taste good on its own and this definitely superseded that benchmark.
Not a fan of the seeds toppings but that's just me, would I come back for more hotcake goodness? Without a doubt.

Eat to live, live to eat. Alternating between the 2 all day err day?

What To Read Next

Mother's Day 2021: Exclusive Burpple Beyond Sets & Flower Bouquet
Mother's Day 2021: Exclusive Burpple Beyond Sets & Flower Bouquet From 3 to 9 May, show mom your love and appreciation with exclusive Burpple Mother's Day sets at more than 10 selected restaurants! Plus, enjoy a discounted price off preserved flower bouquets from Petite Petale.
Earth Day 2021: 8 Eco-Friendly Restaurants To Try
Earth Day 2021: 8 Eco-Friendly Restaurants To Try In honour of Earth Week, we've come up with a list of the most sustainable and environmentally-conscious restaurants across the island, featuring Green Common, The Goodburger Food Truck, The Social Space and more.
New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars In Singapore: April 2021
New Restaurants, Cafes & Bars In Singapore: April 2021 April has brought us April Fools pranks, Easter celebrations, thundery showers, and of course, lots more cafes and restaurants to enjoy, from a pink Moroccan-themed cafe to a new Korean-inspired bakery at CHIJMES.
1-for-1 Burpple Beyond Deals: Bugis
1-for-1 Burpple Beyond Deals: Bugis A bustling district in the heart of Singapore, Bugis is your go-to place for drinks and bites at TAAN IZA-BAR and Izakaya Hikari, desserts at Nirvana Dessert Cafe, MILK, and even more with #BurppleBeyond
ADVERTISE WITH US
ADVERTISE WITH US