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For Hand-crafted Egglet Waffles and Ice Cream Sweet tooths, head on down to Bali Lane for a beautiful new Osakan import. Exclusive to Singapore are two yummy flavours that look great but even taste better. The fragrant Peranakan Road ($12.50) features coconut ice cream in a buttermilk bubble waffle slathered in kaya, then topped with sweet potato fresh cream, mango, dragonfruit and mint leaves. Alternatively, their Little SouQ ($13) sees Thai milk tea ice cream wrapped in a chocolate bubble waffle and topped with cream cheese, dried figs, coconut flakes, dates, pumpkin seeds and pretzel. Photo by Burppler Xing Wei Chua
Peranakan Road Coconut Ice-Cream, Original Waffle, Purple Sweet Potato Fresh Cream, Mango, Dragonfruit, Mint Leaves. From the new Asian Rad Afters by the Asian Rad Tea Company, a brand which hails from Osaka, Japan which had recently opened their first shop in Singapore, replacing now-defunct Goatee Bar along Bali Lane. An item that is exclusive to the outlet in Singapore, the Peranakan Road comes with a lot of local elements; the coconut ice-cream and kaya that is spread on the bubble waffle being light, sweet, and refreshing, while the purple sweet potato adds a light, earthy sweetness to the egg waffle with the fruity loops gives it a sweet crunch. The fruits help to add a refreshing, juicy bite to it, while the bubble waffle was pretty well-executed; aromatic with its buttermilk fragrance, whilst being light and cakey — very delicious. No doubt an item that may strike off as "just a pretty face" for the 'gram especially on first sight, but certainly proves itself to be a pretty quality and balanced dessert after all which we certainly do not mind having again!
Xing Wei
Newly opened at bugis next to stateland cafe, @asianradafters.singapore , a tiffany blue-themed cafe hailing from Japan selling a variety of aesthetically pleasing egglets. Went for one of their Singapore Exclusives, the Little Souq ($13), consisting of thai milk tea ice cream, cheese cream and garnished with a variety of toppings such as dried figs, coconut flakes, pumpkin seeds and pretzels . . . Wasn't impressed by the egglet..couldn't really taste the chocolate and they lacked the crisp exterior that i like, being rather soft and fluffy. Honestly, the egglets at Hong Kong Egglet at the nearby bugis junction sits better with me (and is cheaper too😅) . . . Overall, it was still an enjoyable (and instagrammable) dessert, with a nice sweet-savoury balance (i don't usually fancy cream cheese that much but it was awesome) but I'd probably not be returning anytime soon with the prices being so exorbitant 😅😶 . . . #burpple #burpplesg #asianradafters #egglets #puffle #icecream #thaimilktea #dessert #whati8todaysg #whati8today #sgeats #eatmoresg #instafood_sg #singaporefoodlisting #sgfoodblogger #sgfoodies #sgfood #sgfoodhunt #sgfoodhunter #sgfoodtrend #myfooddiary #sgfooddiary #sgcafe #sgcafefood #sgcafehopping #foodforfoodie #foodforfoodies #foodexplorer #singaporeeats #hungryalreadyeats
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