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Sunday Folks

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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)

44 Jalan Merah Saga
#01-52 Chip Bee Gardens
Singapore 278116

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12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm


01:00pm - 10:00pm

01:00pm - 10:00pm

01:00pm - 10:00pm

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Super robust coffee. Not acidic and was smooth. The coffee was considered gao considering it’s a cold brew.

We went to Sunday Folks for waffles but they no longer serve that. Instead, they serve the Chuffles ($6.54+) now.

We knew we had to give it a try but unfortunately, we didn’t like it as much. It’s too sweet for our liking.

I thought it was astute of @wearesunday to involve many parties (media included) in market research for their NEW takeaway dessert menu that showcases creations of artisanal ice creams layered with handmade sweets and sauce, as well as a churro-waffles hybrid they’ve christened #Chuffles.
It was a privilege to be able to sample these and share my views in a google form for the team at #SundayFolks. Personally, I was very impressed by “The Secret Garden”, an Earl Grey Lavender flavoured ice-cream as it struck a great balance between the floral and tea fragrance. The pieces of lemon lavender cake and almond thins in there were a lovely addition. Would have this again in a heartbeat but I am sure the other two flavours from this collection (each priced at $18 for a pint) of “Treasure Island” (Dark Chocolate Ferrero) and “Yellow Brick Road” (Sea Salt Gula Melaka) are also wonderful. All of them can be pre-ordered via their link-in-bio.

The ice cream tastes as good as it looks and is worth every second of the long wait you typically have to endure to enter this popular cafe. ®️:8/10 I really miss cafe hopping and well... Going out in general! .

The soft serves are still pretty good, with a nice balance between sweet and salty for the sea salt gula, and a pleasant nutty flavour from the pistachio, although I wouldn’t consider it very strong. The waffle standards seemed to have dropped. The mochi toopjng is still delicious though!

•Signature roasted Pistachio baked waffles ($11.50)
•Add waffle ($2.80)
*price excludes svc charge & gst
Roasted pistachio ice cream, roasted pistachio nuts, lotus biscoff biscuit, maple syrup and chocolate sauce
If you guys don’t know, Sunday Folks and Creamier is under the same company🍦. The first time I went to SF, I went straight to choosing my creamier go-to flavour - Earl grey lavender (no doubt its good!) but I’m really glad I opted for roasted pistachio this time round!😁
I was surprised I liked the roasted pistachio ice cream better than the earl grey lavender one in SF because in creamier, I like the earl grey lavender better, maybe because of the texture. SF serve softserve while creamier is like gelato🍨, so they scoop from a tub.
The roasted pistachio ice cream is not too overpowering at all, its very mild but still impactful which I like (I don’t like rich, zhong kou wei stuff)👍 Presentation, gooddd! I didn’t need much effort to beautify it🤓
The waffle😍.... It doesn’t only smell good but taste very good too! They did a really great job on the batter! The waffle is soft and not so cripsy on the outside so don’t expect those big, hard, crunchy kind of waffle.
Price wise, tbh I’m a little sad they only gave us 1 waffle for $11.50/$13.50 if you wanna DIY your own but maybe the ice cream here is bigger and they gave toppings? I personally think creamier is way more affordable with the same quality/satisfaction, just no topping lot which tbh I don’t care about
Verdict: will definitely come back if I’m around Holland V la although the price is kinda steep haha 💸. That’s why in f&b business, the most important thing is the taste because if your food is good, most Singaporeans would be willing to pay.