7 Fluffy Souffle Pancakes in Singapore for All Pancake Lovers!
Souffle Pancakes have been all the rage recently, and we’ve sussed out seven places for you to get them! Soft and fluffy like a cloud, these are the perfect treats to have on any day. Don’t worry, even if you don’t have a sweet tooth, you can still enjoy these pancakes in savoury renditions!
- Gram Cafe & Pancakes
- Sweet T.Rex
- Hoshino Coffee
- Typhoon Taiwanese Cafe
- Seiwaa Okonomiyaki & Teppanyaki Restaurant
Everyone’s been eagerly anticipating the day that Gram arrives in Singapore and the wait is officially over. Known for its OG Instagram Souffle Pancakes, Gram definitely lived up to expectations. Biting into their Premium Pancakes ($17.90) felt like biting into a delicious cloud. When paired with their special maple syrup and housemade whipped cream, the pancakes were heavenly. The maple syrup was of a thicker viscosity, which I prefer, and paired well with the cream, which was light and milky.
Without a doubt, it’s one of the best souffle pancakes I’ve had in Singapore, and definitely worth a try. These beautiful pancakes are made upon order, so do expect to wait a little while! Unfortunately for us, it’s also only limited to 30 servings a day at 11am, 3pm and 6pm. This is due to the amount of time and effort required to produce each batch.
Gram Cafe & Pancakes
Address: 1 Harbourfront Walk, VivoCity #02-110, Singapore 098585
Mobile: 8666 6277
Opening Hours: 11am to 10pm daily.
Hidden in the southwest, Poofy which sits quietly in habitat by honestbee serves up more of these beautiful pillows. Their souffle pancakes are a tad cheaper here, coming in at $14. They definitely do not cut corners or use inferior ingredients though! The pancakes are made from Japanese Takaragasa flour and Hokkaido milk, before they’re expertly cooked on a non-stick griddle. Its then served to you simply with a vanilla Chantilly cream and some fresh berries. Yum!
I was definitely not disappointed. The fluffiness was on point, and the pancakes were slighter softer than Gram’s. It sort of reminded me of the airiness in a mousse when I looked at the centre. While the maple syrup was not as fragrant as I would’ve liked, it balanced well with the Chantilly cream which carried a slight sweetness. Do be patient, especially if you intend to visit over the weekends, as each batch requires at least 15 minutes to perfect!
Address: 34 Boon Leat Terrace, #01-01, Singapore 119866
Phone: 6123 4567
Opening Hours: 10am to 10pm daily.
Undoubtedly the cheapest in the entire list, Sweet T.Rex’s pancakes will cost you just $4 for two pancakes with just a drizzled sauce, or $5 with ice cream! You get to pick from three flavours – Caramel, Strawberry or Chocolate. Heeding the owner’s recommendation, I picked the caramel sauce.
The pancakes were actually fluffy and airy enough, pleasantly surprising me. I wasn’t sure if it was from the pancakes or the sauce, but I did taste a slight artificial vanilla flavour. I really can’t complain much as they cost just a small fraction of the prices of most of the other souffle pancakes out there. I would think having it with the ice cream would make it a much better dessert! There are so many good hawker stalls around as well, so it’s great that one can have both lunch and dessert in one location!
Address: 120 Bukit Merah Lane 1, #01-79, Singapore 150120
Phone: 8163 7630
Opening Hours: Monday to Wednesday: 10:30am to 3pm. Saturday & Sunday: 10:30am to 3pm, 5pm to 8pm. Closed on Thursday and Friday.
Popular for its coffee and desserts, Hoshino Coffee at ION Orchard has been serving their signature Double Pancakes Souffle Style ($12.50) for a couple of years now. I’ve been to Hoshino in Japan, and while I didn’t particularly enjoy the waiting time, the food served was pretty solid. I’ve only ever seen photos of their souffle pancakes, and each time it looked great. It had the height, and the beautiful tan colour of a pancake. Alas, my pancakes arrived looking a little too pale, and the top pancake was a little lopsided.
The texture was closer to a cake than a souffle, and I was disappointed after having the various splendid ones before. One thing I liked about Hoshino though, was their butter. It was a whipped butter, so it was lighter and complemented the denseness of the cakes. If I thought of this not as a souffle pancake, but simply a tall pancake, I would tell you that it was actually quite decent.
Address: 2 Orchard Turn, #B3-25/26, ION Orchard, 238801
Phone: 6509 8638
Opening Hours: Monday to Thursday: 11:30am to 10pm. Friday: 11:30am to 10:30pm. Saturday: 11am to 10:30pm. Sunday: 11am to 10pm.
This place had one of the best presentations by far, and I was impressed to say the least. Their Souffle Stackers ($17.90) came with three pancakes, fresh berries, crushed biscuits and even a scoop of ice cream! Also, their pancakes definitely fulfilled the fluffiness criterion as well.
While it wasn’t the fluffiest, it was still pretty great! When paired with fresh fruits and ice cream, it was delicious. They have four other flavours — all of which sound very interesting too! Think of it as Asian-inspired souffle pancakes. One of them even includes durian! I’ve had their Granny Smith Apple Fruit Tea on a previous visit and that was delightful as well!
Typhoon Taiwanese Cafe
Address: 68 Orchard Rd, #04-63/67, Singapore 238839
Phone: 6884 5423
Opening Hours: 10am to 10pm daily.
This is probably my favourite place in the entire list! The way they serve their pancakes is so unique! First and foremost, Seiwaa is an Okonomiyaki and Teppanyaki restaurant. Souffle pancakes are just the latest addition to Seiwaa’s menu. It comes in at $18 for four Original pancakes, or $20 for their Cheese flavoured one.
Like a true Okonomiyaki restaurant, Seiwaa cooks the pancakes right in front of us! Don’t forget to get your phones ready, as watching the chef ladle the poofy batter onto the grill is the perfect Instagram story moment. We opted to have 2 without cheese just to taste the difference. However, like everything else, cheese definitely made it better. Once done, the pancakes are drizzled with a gula melaka sauce instead of maple syrup — another unique and local twist! The pancakes were wonderfully poofy, and fluffy like a souffle indeed. The cheese added a nice savoury note to the slightly sweet pancakes, and the caramelised gula melaka just made the entire dish even better.
Seiwaa Okonomiyaki & Teppanyaki Restaurant
Address: 72 Dunlop Street Singapore 209400
Phone: 6291 6084
Opening Hours: Monday to Saturday: 11am to 3pm, 5pm to 11pm. Closed on Sunday.
Antoinette definitely has the fanciest setting. I’d originally anticipated a heftier price tag to come along with their pancakes too. Surprisingly, their Tres Berries Souffle Pancakes are priced at $14. Two pancakes, vanilla creme Chantilly, strawberries, blueberries, butter, and a honey maple syrup for $14 in a beautiful space? It definitely sounds like an indulgent treat. Albeit on the smaller side, the pancakes seemed a tad more refined. Antoinette also offers savoury souffle pancakes for those who aren’t into sweets!
While I preferred Seiwaa’s pancakes, this was my partner’s favourite. Their pancakes were extremely soft, and melted in my mouth the way a mousse or a meringue would. Afterall, souffle pancakes are part meringue right! The chantilly was gently sweet and creamy, pairing well with the slight tartness of the berries. As for the honey maple syrup, it tasted more like honey. While we didn’t get to taste it, the Ondeh Ondeh Souffle Pancake sounds delicious. This is a great location to spend a relaxing afternoon!
Address: 30 Penhas Road, Singapore 208188
Phone: 6293 3121
Opening Hours: Monday to Thursday: 11am to 10pm. Friday: 11am to 11pm. Saturday: 10am to 11pm. Sunday: 10am to 10pm.
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MissTamChiak.com made anonymous visits and paid its own meals at the stalls featured here.
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