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[CLOSED] Riz Labo Kitchen (Japan Food Town)

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435 Orchard Road
#04-49 Wisma Atria Japan Food Town
Singapore 238877

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Today’s my first time trying these pretty Japanese soufflé pancakes! I shared these with my mum 🍓 Decided to pay a visit after reading reviews of various new soufflé pancake places in Singapore and seeing Riz Labo being voted as the best in town.
- Riz Labo Kitchen hails from Omotesando in Tokyo, Japan, some Japanese people work there so you know it’s pretty legit.
- It’s located on level 4 within Japan Food Town at Wisma Atria, near the escalators. It’s taken over what was previously Bar Nippon, so the ambience is very bar-like.
- The pancakes are made fresh when you order, so we waited about 20 min for the pancakes.
- The menu mentioned that the soufflé pancakes are made with egg whites, and Japanese organic, gluten-free rice flour which was promising! We did find that the pancakes were pretty eggy in terms of taste, colour and smell so there are probably lots of egg yolks involved 🤷🏻‍♀️ To me, the pancakes kind of taste like chiffon cake meets pancakes.
- We thought the whipped cream would have been better if it was fresh, cold + real not artificial whipped cream. The vanilla ice cream (not strawberry as stated in the menu) went really well with the pancakes.
- Personally, I thought the price of the pancakes was pretty steep for the ingredients involved and also it wasn’t that satisfying. Perhaps it’s the labour costs involved in making the pancakes that explains the price 🤷🏻‍♀️
- PS. They don’t serve tap water. Recommend ordering the $3 refillable English tea if you don’t have any water.

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The first time I tried souffle pancake was in Tokyo, at one of the famous store, A Happy Pancake. Have been craving that ever since and was happy to try Riz Labo's version at Wisma. The first thing that came to mind when I had my first bite, was how light the pancake tasted. The pancake itself was not sweet, and that complemented nicely with the sweet creme brulee sauce. The sauce was torched before serving, and that added a nice charred taste to thr overall flavour. I would say that this is a really good effort and one of the better souffle pancakes you can get in Singapore. It is a little less "pancakey" compared to the one I had in Japan, but definitely stands out with its lightness and fluffiness. It is on the pricier side as well, but the creme brulee one is going for $15+ on weekdays compared to $20+ on weekends. Recommended if you are craving for Japanese souffle pancake, or if you have not tried those in Japan before!


These pancakes are freshly made. Fluffy and moist. Goes very well with the cream & toppings. Its on the pricey but it’s well worth. We went there about 3+pm and waiting time was about 20-30mins.

3 soufflé pancakes with whipped cream and maple syrup.

Waiting time is about 15-20 minutes for the pancake after order. The shop was quite empty on Saturday lunchtime. Servers are friendly.

I’ve never had jiggly Japanese soufflé pancakes before. The pancake smells good. This tasted like a lighter tasteless Castella cake. You will need the whipped cream to go with the pancake to provide some taste- not much difference if you add the maple though. I do not like Castella cake. One bite and I’m done. But then I’m not a fan of Castella cake.

Souffle Pancake dusted in Matcha Powder topped with whipped cream with strawberries and bananas as sides with their special Raspberry sauce with Sakura flavour. They even have a Special Matcha fondue sauce which was thick and rich for you to dip your soft and fluffy pancake in. Not sure whether its justifiable to pay $20 for this though. 😔
It feels like Spring has just begun. 🌸🌸🌸

Gluten Free Matcha-Pancake with Whipped Cream

Absolutely divine! The souffle pancakes are so light and fluffy, with an eggy aroma. The slightly bitterness matcha powder and sweetened creamy azuki bean pair perfectly with the pancakes.