52 Tanjong Pagar Road
Singapore 088473

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Sunday:
02:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
02:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
02:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
02:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
02:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
02:00pm - 10:00pm

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From the Burpple community

Pandan gula melaka monster waffle with ondeh ondeh, comes with maple syrup and whipped cream
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Chicken satay chunks filled monster waffle comes with peanut sauce and Kewpie Hot & Spicy sauce
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Good experience. Flavor was good but topping portion was small. Worth a try.

The uji matcha ice shaving was good and there was a faint bittersweet aftertaste characteristic of matcha with every spoonful of ice shaving. The serving wasn't big for a dish described as a "monster", and it might be just right for two to share! The toppings of matcha and osmanthus jelly were lightly-flavoured and paired well with the ice shaving, although we didn't expect them to be served in separate dishes.

Overall a good dessert, but it is a little pricey at $12.90++ 😨 Felt like a more upscale version of 记得吃! Also be prepared to queue as it is popular as a supper spot at tanjong pagar!

In line with their cute concept, the Monster Waffle ($10.90) was shaped into the store’s adorable Roji mascot. Eggy and slightly dense, the warm waffle disc had lovely crispy edges that matched well with their soft serve ice cream. Milky and smooth, the ice cream was pretty rich and not too icy. The waffles were also served with small dabs of homemade matcha cream and chocolate syrup.

Made for the ‘gram, Roji Monster’s selection of specialty shaved ice does score on the aesthetics with the cute gooey icing sugar eyes but perhaps a little too pricey for the portion. Worthy of a try, the Uji Matcha Monster Ice Cream ($12.90) was my favourite of the two with a good dose of earthy, bittersweetness. Though it melted a tad faster than the Black Sesame Monster Ice Cream, the lingering and well-rounded tea flavour of the Uji matcha was something I enjoyed.

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