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Dessert Waffles

Dessert Waffles

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Michael H.
Michael H.
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Crispy sweet a bit chewy like a mochi. The waffles here are really good. This one paired woth sesame crisps, speculoos sauce and pandan(?) Froyo, which is more sweet than skur 4.5/5

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Second floor Scotts square, place is larger than the one in raffles city, less cramped and more comfy. had the egglet waffle ($19). Quite crispy, taste is sweet, almost like a wafer. Mango's sweetness is actually really subtle because of this but still has that freshness to it, the hongkong milk tea gelato's bitterness is a bit stronger too, i guess because the sweet waffle 4/5

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A tower of waffles and ice cream. Crispy and light, cheesecaky ice cream with sweet fruity white chocolate rose syrup. Still as good as before 4.5/5

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brownie that is pressed in a waffle iron instead of a waffle with brownie flavor (if that make sense). Cheese sauce served hot on the waffle table side. Waitress told me to eat while hot, took a few pictures quickly and dump in the ice cream on the waffle right after that (wait she did tell me tonit when its hot 😂). Sauce was creamy and strong saltiness to it. A bit curdled to a ricotta like consistency after i placed the ice cream. Was pretty good though 4/5

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Cafe in the botanic garden. Mostly western foods, usual cafe suspects sandwiches & pastas. The waffles with cereal, chocolate sauce and raisins ($14) to my surprize come with a scoop of ice cream. Waffle was crispy kind, was really generous with the corn flakes and raisins, perhaps too generous with the raisins 4/5

Two sandwiched waffles with marshmallow. One of the waffle is a red velvet, the other is the purple sweet potato. A bit doughy, more fluffy than crispy. 4/5

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Mixed berries, chocolate ice cream, maple , nuts, sesame praline. While the waffles kinda smell eggy, and taste a bit eggy, its condiments masked it really well. 4/5

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4 small stacks of waffles, chocolate sauce and banana. Waffle texture wise was just crispy, without flufiness. It tasted like toast(?). Was pretty good though 4/5

Really love their waffles. This one really is one of the unhealthier waffles, candied bacon, drenched in maple, sooo good 4.75/5

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Crispy buttery waffles, might just be me but the batter itself would be perfect fof savory wafflex 😂. This one comes with cotton candy floss, toasted marshmallow and lemon curd. Needs more that curd 4/5

The waffles here are crispy all the way through, but was still light and tasty, batterwise. Had the wheat beer ice cream. That beer taste is there, quite strong actually, what i like is that the alcohol bitterness is absent 4.25/5

Pretty much the same like the mixed Red Velvet-Buttermilk one. Chewy and crispy. Had this one with chocolate sauce and red velvet cookies ice cream 4.25/5

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Michael H.

Level 9 Burppler · 1030 Reviews

Mostly waffles/french toasts/pancakes, bare with me Photo-taking's not my forte

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