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319 Jurong East Street 31
Singapore 600319

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12:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 09:00pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:00pm

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From the Burpple community

This was so good! The waffles were different from the usual buttery kind - but good in their own right. Contrary to earlier reviews, I thought the waffles were nicely crisp and not too floury.

We really liked "It's Getting Dark" (dark chocolate) which was rich and not too sweet (at $3.50 for a single scoop, also cheaper than Real Food's own rendition), and "Passion A Go Go" (passion fruit, premium) was less impressive but sufficiently citrusy. Both were flavours I'd get again in a heartbeat.

Left feeling fresh and not too guilty. Will be back to try more!

- Plain Waffle with "It's Getting Dark" and "Passion A Go Go" ($12)


Sister outlet to vegan joint Brownice, this new addition to the Jurong East neighbourhood is set to change minds about veganism, thanks to their plant-based sweet offerings. Expect ice-cream, waffles and coffee (from $4.50, only soy or almond milk available), all free from eggs and dairy! Did we mention that the ice-cream averages between 100 to 150 calories per serving? Perfect for guilt-free cheat treats! Consider the Pistachio Ice-Cream ($3.50 a scoop), which Burppler Cafehoppingkids describes to be rich and nutty tasting, with added crunch from crushed pistachios. Other recommendations from the Burpple community include the refreshing Loco Coco (coconut) and potent Dancing King, a durian flavour bound to be a hit with lovers of the fruit. Their eggless waffles didn't fare too well with Burpplers who have visited the place, so perhaps stick to the ice-cream for now.
Avg Price: $5 per person
Photo by Buppler ZC Ong


Great news for vegans (or vegan-wannabes) in the West! Situated within Bold at Work, it is a nice cosy place for collaboration in the heartlands! The café takes care in picking plant-based produce to suit our palates. We had a classic waffle with Xiao Hei (black sesame). For the sensitive tongue, the presence of creamy milk to enhance the fluffiness and weight of the waffles and ice-cream isn't there. But what'd you know? It's like coke-zero took more than a decade to create something that tastes like the original coke 🤣! Still a good place to chill out in the heartlands with healthy food!