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Sunday Folks Venue hot100

5812 Wishlisted
~$15/pax
Sunday Folks is an independent dessert café based in Singapore and nestled in a quiet corner of the neighbourhood. Its name takes inspiration that one could enjoy a moment of laid-back Sunday vibe - to savour a tête-à-tête over handcrafted desserts such as fresh churned ice creams, Belgian waffles, cakes, and a curated range of beverages such as artisan teas, specialty coffees and craft beers. From the selection of premium ingredients to the making of homemade toppings, we take pride in concocting our own original recipes and paying homage to the freshness and tastefulness of our desserts. Note: Last order at 930pm (subject to crowd volume at point of order)
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44 Jalan Merah Saga
#01-52 Chip Bee Gardens
Singapore 278116

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Thursday:
01:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
01:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
01:00pm - 10:00pm

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Ice Cream
SAVE ~$9
Cake & Drink
SAVE ~$13
Ice Cream & Drink
SAVE ~$13
Cake & Ice Cream
SAVE ~$17

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Honestly, their earl grey lavender soft serve is to die for! Third visit here! 😍

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2nd time here at the cafe! Love the service and highly recommend earl grey ice cream :)

Sunday folks is a nice place to enjoy a tea break or a cup of coffee. Well-known for their waffles, the cakes are slightly less popular, but I would definitely go back for their cakes anytime rather than the waffles.

The waffles are delicious, however, I personally feel that there are quite limited ice cream choices to go with the waffles, and after going back a few times, I’ve gotten quite sick of the waffles and the same few ice cream flavours. But occasionally they come up with some seasonal flavours such as the strawberry, which is refreshing especially in Singapore's weather.

In my last visit, I tried the dark chocolate cognac cake and the lemon lavender cake ($9 each). The dark chocolate cognac cake was very rich and the taste of the cognac was distinct. The cake was moist and went very well with coffee. As for the lemon lavender cake, I was hesitant to order at first, as it looked dry and I had imagined it to be a crumbly cake. However, it was served warm and was actually very moist. The combination of lemon and lavender complimented each other and the cake went very well with a cup of tea. Both cakes were not too sweet and the portions were just nice.