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20 Best Waffles in Singapore: The Ultimate Guide

Is there anything not to love about waffles? A well-made waffle is a glorious thing. Its pockets hold a mix of ice-cream and maple sauce that fills your mouth at every bite. It also sits well on both ends of the spectrum –Sweet and Savory. So very scrumptious!

I’ve rounded up some favourite renditions across Singapore.  Here are 20 waffles you should know:

It’s no secret that many are big on Montana Brew Bar. We’re already obsessed with their insanely good truffle Mac and Cheese waffle ($12.50) but their latest preoccupation is with their perfectly crisp Red Velvet Waffles ($11.50). They are so generous with the vanilla bean ice cream that the whole creation seems like it’s toppling.

People walk by this store without giving it much thought but they try it eventually because a friend recommended or because it has been going around social media looking sexy, photogenic and most importantly- tasty. Definitely one of the best waffles in Singapore which all our writers agree on.

Read our review on Montana Brew Bar.

Address: 1 Selegie Road, Singapore 188306 | Tel: 9833 1790

3. Whisk & Paddle

Rogue Fromage Waffle ($13.80)

At Whisk & Paddle, you could have your waffles sweet or savoury by Punggol waterway. There’s nothing like waffles with a view. For sweet waffles, go for the Rogue Fromage Waffle, especially if you’re a fan of cheesecake.

The waffles are fluffy and light so even with the cheesecake, it isn’t overburdening on the stomach. The fruits could have been sweeter but the Mövenpick ice cream made up for the sourness of the strawberries.

Smoked Salmon Benedict (served on waffles) ($13.00)

As for something more savoury, go for the Smoked Salmon Benedict. Served on waffles, this is a good breakfast option to have.

If you’re still stuck. Whisk & Paddle also has a really good selection of parfaits.

Cha Yen Krup ($9.80)

Everything, including the macaron, are made from scratch. I would imagine this would go really well with a plain waffle.

Whisk & Paddle: 10 Tebing Lane, Singapore 828836 | Opening Hours: Closed on Mondays; Tues – Fri, 3:30pm – 10:30pm; Sat & Sun, 9:30am – 10:30pm | Tel: 6242 4617 | Website

2. Chapter 55

Chapter 55 has 2 waffle options on their menu and the Salted Caramel Gelato Waffle ($14/$18.50) is one of them. The waffle here is delightfully crispy on the outside and light in the inside. The good folks here will set you up with a large scoop of gelato that is outmatched by the even more oversized fluffy waffle.

Waffle is topped with a flurry of icing sugar and a good amount of salted caramel sauce. Gelato lovers will appreciate the array of gelato options, such as lychee martini, black forest and their signature Mao Shan Wang gelato made from the king of fruit itself, no less.

Address: 55 Tiong Bahru Road, #01-37, Singapore 160055  | Tel:6221 2219

4. Hoopla Coffee and Kitchen

Hoopla Coffee and Kitchen offers its customers accompaniments to their new and improvised Classic Waffle + Single scoop of ice-cream ($7.50) : Salted caramel sauce, Maple sauce and Banana gula melaka sauce.

Not just any ice cream though, the earl grey ice cream recommended was the smoothest and yummiest ever and has a very distinct flavour. The chopped nuts adds a delightful tasty note.

Address: 21 Media Cir, Singapore 138563 | Tel: 6778 0051

5. Les Patisseries

One of the most honest and simple cafes popped up in the heart of Toa Payoh last year. Les Patisseries serves waffles that are incredibly good value for money. The Horffles ($9.90), is served with 2 scoops of vanilla ice-cream, horlick powder, horlick sauce, toasted almonds and fresh berries.

The exterior of the waffle is crispy and the inside gives a nice chewy bite. Horlick itself is not overly sweet and complements the vanilla ice-cream and original base waffle very well. You might also want to try their Waffle Isphan – A rose based waffle served with sorbet (yes,sorbet!) that is lighter and more refreshing.

Address: 222 Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574354 | Tel: 9744 0504

6. Revelry Cafe

The recommended Chicken and Waffle ($16) is of a tasty doughy crispiness, covered by a perfectly fried chicken. This is accompanied by a shot of maple syrup to drizzle over the whole creation. Slice the waffle into half and you will find almond nuts for the added texture.

This is a waffle I will travel for miles (From East to West) to try. Chicken waffle mission is a real thing and Revelry Cafe is definitely something to experience.  On the sweet side, try On Cloud Nine. Hint: Cotton candy. Fluffy cotton candy.

Address: 21 Lor Kilat, Singapore 598123 | Tel: 9278 0466

The Salted Caramel Waffle ($12) here is crisp enough to withstand the overzealous salted caramel sauce and is my favourite amongst their 7 sweet and savory options. If you’d fancy a waffle for dinner, order the Truffle Scrambled Egg Waffles ($16) that is overpowered, in a good sense, with the earthy truffle fragrance. It smells good and tastes absolutely great.

Read our review on Roosevelt’s Diner and Bar.

Address: 331 New Bridge Road, #01-02 Dorsett Residences, Singapore 088764 | Tel: 6538 3518

8. On the Table 

This is a laid back little gem tucked along Pasir Panjang and is on our list that offers a wonderful waffle experience. The Waffle + Single Scoop ($8) comes thin and does not look like much but you will be sold after the single bite. It makes a perfect after dinner treat.

Best of all, they have a wide range of ice-cream flavours and some have an interesting narrative behind them. Ask the wait staffs  behind the counter for the story!

Address: 118 Pasir Panjang Rd, Singapore 118541 | Tel: 6681 6547

9. Twenty Grammes

Twenty Grammes has 2 waffle options and their Froyo on Waffle ($12. 50) worked better for us. The waffles arrived with a generous serve of froyo, fresh berries and a milk chocolate and pure maple syrup sauce.

The sauce was a perfected ratio of chocolate and maple syrup and goes delightfully well with the froyo and waffle. It thickened nicely on the plate and I wiped it clean with the waffle.

Address: 753 North Bridge Road, Singapore 198721 | Tel: 6717 1733

10. Hatter Street

Nothing is what it seems at the idiosyncratic Hatter Street, especially when their waffle won us over instead of their intended signature dish -Homemade Brownies. The waffle here is unlike the usual fluffy kinds and is served with local flavours such as Gula Melaka Sauce and Pandan Ice Cream.

I’m glad that Hatter Street is lavishing just as much attention on their waffles now seeing that it is so highly raved by many. The Pandan Ice Cream Waffles with Gula Melaka ($8.90) is a hot favourite!

Address: 212 Hougang Street 21 #01-333 Singapore 530212 | Tel: 6988 4591

11. Rabbit Owl Depot

Photo: @JazryChan

Rabbit Owl Depot’s Snowflake Waffle ($6.50 onwards) is comparatively smaller to the usual round ones, served in most cafes. However, it makes for a perfect dessert treat rightfully so because of its size. If you fancy Thai Coconut Ice Cream, you can get your fix here with waffles.

Address: 420 North Bridge Road, Singapore 188727 | Tel: 6336 4075

12. Creamier 

If you already know that Creamier is a go-to for great and affordable ice-cream, it should come as no surprise that it is also a go-to for waffle indulgences.

Many agree that the waffle here rank high on the waffle billboard. Crisp and golden on the outside, warm and soft within. Prices here are from $6.00 onwards.

Address: 128 Lor 1 Toa Payoh, Singapore 310128 | Tel: 6250 1476

13. Stranger’s Reunion

Stranger’s Reunion keeps their toppings simple-sliced fresh fruits and a scoop of ice-cream served alongside a browned and buoyant buttermilk waffle ($8. 50). You may also choose to have it with greek yogurt.

Address: 35 Kampong Bahru Rd, Singapore 169356 | Tel No: 6222 4869

14. The Cold Pantry

 

We learn something new about cooking everyday- whether it’s coming up with a new pairing or developing the classics. Of course there’s a corollary to this: The more one improvises, the more one realizes that existing products can be made more interesting. Such is the creation of Charcoal Vanilla Ice Cream with Root Beer Sauce Waffle ($12.50). Yes, root beer sauce.  Waffle here is towards the ‘cakey’ side. Try it, this one makes for a good photography subject. 

Address: 88 Rangoon Rd, Singapore 218374 |  Facebook

15. Wimbly Lu

Wimbly Lu prides themselves the purveyors of desserts and their waffles are no exception. On their menu you’ll find no-frill Waffles with Maple syrup and Butter ($6). Nothing fancy. With 1 scoop of ice cream will set you back $8. 50.

Don’t be disappointed with the lackluster-looking waffle because the waffle itself tastes really good. Plus, you will probably order something else from their extensive dessert options before heading home. That full-on sugar high can’t be avoided after all.

Address: 15-2 Jalan Riang, Singapore 358987 | Tel: 6289 1489

This cafe (or Ice Cream Bar as they have named themselves) may have made it onto the must visit list with their artisan plated desserts but it’s their Charcoal Waffles with Salted Egg Sauce ($6 without Ice Cream) that is undoubtedly keeping them there. We just love salted-egg anything, don’t we?

The salty-sweetness of Fatcat’s salted egg sauce and ice-cream meet their match with a soft and fluffy waffle. But, it’s the unique ice-cream flavours (read: Beer Butter and Honey Hay) that make their waffle unforgettable.

Address: 416 Bedok North Avenue 2, #01-25, Singapore 460416 | Tel: 6241 0831

17. Bunny & Pony

You have to hand it to Bunny & Pony. They know their waffles, even though the size of the scoop of ice-cream is rather disappointing. The Waffle with a scoop of Ice Cream ($8) I had was a perfect crisp on the outside with a darker finish.

However, any additional minute on the waffle iron and it will tip over to being burnt. If consistency is maintained, the waffle here is definitely worth a try.

Address: Blk 1 Changi Village Road #01-2000, Singapore 500001 | Tel: 9747 7778

18. Pick Me Up Cafe

Pick Me Up Cafe is very family and animal friendly, not to mention noise and mess tolerant. A great place to go to chill and relax. They offer 5 different waffle options and step up their waffle game by offering Manuka Honey Waffle ($15.90) with greek yogurt gelato and organic honeycomb.

This one will sit well with the more health conscious souls. Waffle here is towards the soft, chewy and moist kind. If you like crispy waffles, this is not for you.

Address: Parkland @ ECP | Blk 1A Unit 02, 920 East Coast Parkway,#01-02, Singapore 449875 | Tel: 9820 2032

19. Sunday Folks

If you are looking to play it safe, and have already had Creamier won you over, you would appreciate the Waffle with Soft Serve ($8.80) here at Sunday Folks. There is only one type of waffle here but a variety of soft serve flavours. Go slightly before their opening hours to avoid the queue.

Address: 44 Jalan Merah Saga, Singapore  278116 | Tel: 6479 9166

20. Assembly Coffee 

The Buttermilk Waffle ($11.50) here is on point and expectations beyond met. It is crisp enough on the outside and so very fluffy on the inside. The flavour, the taste, the ice cream and the texture are all great! You can’t really fault this simple and honest waffle from Assembly Coffee.

Address: 26 Evans Rd, Singapore 259367 | Tel: 6735 5647

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1. Sunday Folks

8.0

44 Jalan Merah Saga (#01-52), Singapore

Ice Cream Shop · Bukit Timah · 80 tips and reviews

Joey Lim: Ice Cream-licious. Great waffles and love their topping selection.

mo pleasure: fresh fluffy waffles served warm with creamy vanilla ice cream & toppings galore. while we didn’t wait long for a table, it was a 40min wait to be served. delicious but only for patient diners

Shawn Lee: The waffle is superb!! Must try the lavender + earl grey tea flavor!!! Very refreshing and not too sweet!

xinxiu Hong: Must try: Waffles w Greek yoghurt and fruits !

Hari Vaerhn: Come off peak hours for the original vibe – double ristretto & waffles with Greek yogurt

Daria Meshcheriakova: Best breakfasts, waffles and tea around. My favorite best is home smoked salmon benedict

3. FATCAT Ice Cream Bar

7.8

Blk 416 Bedok North Ave 2 #01-25 (Bedok North, opp Bedok Library), Singapore

Ice Cream Shop · Bedok · 36 tips and reviews

Choo Yao Chuen Yao Chuen: Great waffles here. Highly recommended!

Vincent Chan: Best Egg yolk waffles

Wess Lee: Signature charcoal waffle tastes interesting, definitely a must try. Their earl grey lavender ice cream is thick and smooth, a little heavy but pretty nice

4. Beans & Cream

8.6

347 Bukit Batok St 34 #01-260, Singapore

Ice Cream Shop · Bukit Batok · 21 tips and reviews

Serene Amour: Ice cream is sooo big scoop that one scoop is already enough for a person. The waffles with ice cream is not too sweet and is crispy nice. Love this cafe!

yasmine🙆💕: nice ice cream. delicious waffles. hot coffee. cheap and affordable 🙂

Celine Ong: Super love their Mao Shan Wang flavour, rich and creamy. Their waffle with ice cream is only $6. 50, which is decently priced for waffle lovers like me!

5. The Daily Scoop

8.1

#01-78, Chip Bee Gardens (43 Jalan Merah Saga), Singapore

Ice Cream Shop · Bukit Timah · 112 tips and reviews

xy: Love their waffles! And sesame and choc flavor

Calin Yeo: Personally love their soft, warm yummy waffle. It go well with any ice-cream topping. Their durian ice-cream is still one of the best flavour. Alway bought their take-home cup!

Dealzilla Monst: They have unique ice cream flavours with a local twist. My favourite is a scoop of chocolate ice cream with waffles!

HM Lee: Yummy waffles that are great for soaking up ice cream, but I wish they gave a bigger scoop. Also, they sell the awesome Rekorderlig cider!

fr s: Waffle and salted caramel ice cream is to die for

Chin Han Tan: Waffles with maple syrup and vanilla ice cream is divine.

Thomas Sim: Get the waffle with maple syrup and a scoop of ice cream….shiokalingam!

Ying Lim: Lychee ice cream and homemade waffles + ice cream + maple syrup are must tries!!

Superfame: Fresh waffles and amazing ice cream !!

8.  Lickers

8.0

Blk 124 Hougang Ave 1 #01-1446, Singapore

Ice Cream Shop · Hougang · 13 tips and reviews

Eugene Schermer: Waffles are excellent!

Ridzwan Haron: Waffles are a must try

Jonathan Lim: Good ice cream & waffles place in the neighborhood. They have interesting flavors like yakult oreo & honeycomb that goes well with the crispy waffles!

9. Creamier

8.5

5A Lock Road, Gillman Barracks

Ice Cream Shop · Central Region · 20 tips and reviews

sputneek: Lovely space nestled in the colonial styled Gillman Barracks, now with external seating available. The waffles are expectedly satisfying and so is the coffee.

ニコラス: Waffles and ice cream 👍👍👍

Imad B: Beautiful artisan ice-cream and freshly made waffles. Delicious. One of our kids dropped their scoop of ice-cream and the staff replaced it for free. Totally unexpected and very thankful. Will be back

10. Curious Palette

7.7

64 Prinsep Street, Singapore

Café · Heritage District · 84 tips and reviews

Denise Chen: Waffle is definitely awesome! It is soft n tasty even after a while~

sputneek: In a similar concept to Strangers Reunion but housed in a brighter comfortable space, the coffee is just as good and the waffles and truffle fries are expectedly tasty.

albatrossfries: There’s free water and the staff are nice and thoughtful. Get the Earl Grey cake in addition to the must have waffles, it’s bursting with flavour!

11. The Daily Scoop

8.2

#01-04 Clementi Arcade (41 Sunset Way), Singapore

Ice Cream Shop · Clementi · 51 tips and reviews

Melvin Foo: They have the best waffle. You have to try it.

Ivy Goh: The waffle + ice cream set is heavenly. Tried a scoop of ‘just coffee’ and ‘butterscotch pecan’. Very nice!

Jess A: Freshly made batter for waffles..plus a light-flavored ice cream like strawberry shortcake. good for a hot day

San San: Pandan ice-cream with Gula Melaka on waffle is a must try ❤️

Dalila Azmi: Butterbeer drink was great! Vanilla Waffle with salted caramel sauce was delicious but a bit sweet~ Coffee waffle with espresso butterscotch sauce was delightful! Must try for coffee lovers!

Lavin: Fragrant pandan ice cream on crispy and fluffy waffles is just the right combination with line of gula melaka to perfect it .

13. APIARY

8.7

84 Neil Road, Singapore

Ice Cream Shop · Chinatown · 27 tips and reviews

VotreX Tan: Ice creams are on the slightly sweeter side. But not complaining – they are still good. Especially with charcoal waffles.

Liu: Nice ice cream! we tried the Despicable and Baileys. sadly hojicha was sold out. I will come back again for the waffle! Random comment: funny location if you come at night XD

AManda HUang: Waffles and their dark chocolate is da bomb. Well their gelato has amazing texture. Best in Singapore thus far. nuff said.

14. Udders

8.0

Goldhill Centre (155 Thomson Rd), Singapore

Ice Cream Shop · Novena · 85 tips and reviews

Qiuting Lim: They have the nicest waffle! Love it!

Wan Wai Yee: Great durian ice cream. Waffles? love them quite a bit as well. 🙂

Samuel Ngin: Waffles is AWSOME👍(Freshly baked).It’s one of the best I’ve eaten. Very clean, relax & casual ambient. Varieties of Ice-cream. A definite choice to come by to crave for more😊

15. Prima Deli

7.4

Tampines Mart (7 Tampines St. 32), Singapore

Deli / Bodega · Tampines · 5 tips and reviews

margarita s: peanut buttle & kaya waffle here is yummy!!! and the fruit cake too!!

Johnnie Bravo: I always buy the cheese & blueberry waffles. Cakes & pastries are not that bad too!

Angeline Yeoh: A must to buy the waffle especially chocolate waffle.. I bet you will nt regret.. Worth it.. Thumbs up =)

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The Ultimate Guide to Waffles in Singapore

Soft, fluffy and crispy – there is no food other food in the world like waffles. They are easily accessible at your neighbourhood bakery shops but sometimes you might just feel like shaking things up a little. This ultimate guide will let you in on where to get the best sweet and savoury waffles (at times with chicken or ice cream) in Singapore.

Source: The Bakery Chef

 

The Bakery Chef can be found in the public housing estate of Bukit Merah Central making it a hot spot for office workers and families from the nearby library. This cosy and charming cafe focuses on offering coffee and a whole lot of freshly baked cakes, pastries and macaroons. We personally love the smell of freshly baked goods wafting through the cafe – enough to garner inquisitive looks from every passerby.

Customers can choose to have their pastries alfresco or indoors. The bakery slash cafe takes on a brown bricked wall accent with a wide green chalkboard hanging behind the counter for their menu. The array of chunky sliced cakes, cupcakes and waffles right on display at the counter was what stole the show. 

Bubble tea or boba has been making waves in Singapore so now that it is included in tarts and cakes, why not have it with waffles too? Have your gooey Boba fix with the Waffles set at The Bakery Chef. This Insta-worthy dish comprises of Waffles, Gula Melaka Boba, Sea Salt Custard Cream, Walnut and Ice Cream. Make use of their free wifi for a quick Instagram shot.

Get yourself on the hipster food train before it leaves the station!

Address: 161 Bukit Merah Central, #01-3711, Singapore 150161

Opening Hours:
Monday-Sunday: 11am-7pm

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Source: Udders

 

Udders is a homegrown ice cream brand famous for its innovative creations that involve booze and real chocolate chunks. It has now expanded into four outlets in Singapore at Novena, Kovan, Bukit Timah and Upper Thomson. We should say that the ice cream and waffles combo here is far from boring to start off.

At Udders, expect the likes of quirky flavours like Mao Shan Wang Durian, Baileys and Bourbon, Champion Chendol, Snickers Mars Honeycomb Vanilla and intoxicating liqueur flavours such as Rum Rum Raisin and Lychee Martini. Balance out the richness of their homemade ice cream with their in-house fluffy Belgian waffles. Soak up every drop of Udders’ creamy goodness with the soft waffles for a combination that you do not want to miss.

If you like waffles with creative ice cream flavours atop it, we promise you will love Udders as much as us!

Address:

  • 155 Thomson Road, Thomson Road, Singapore 30760832
  • 212 Hougang Street 12, #01-345, Singapore 530212
  • 17 Lorong Kilat, #01-09, Kilat Court, Singapore 598139
  • 246D Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574370

Opening Hours:

Novena

  • Monday-Sunday, Eve of Public Holiday: 12-11pm

Kovan

  • Monday-Thursday: 12pm-11pm
  • Friday: 12pm-12am
  • Saturday: 11am-12am
  • Sunday: 11am-11pm
  • Eve of Public Holiday: Till 12am

Bukit Timah

  • Monday-Thursday: 12pm-11pm
  • Friday: 12pm-12am
  • Saturday: 11am-12am
  • Sunday: 11am-11pm
  • Eve of Public Holiday: Till 12am

Upper Thomson

  • Monday-Thursday: 12pm-11pm
  • Friday: 12pm-12am
  • Saturday: 11am-12am
  • Sunday: 11am-11pm
  • Eve of Public Holiday: Till 1am

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Source: Cafe De Nicole’s Flower

 

Extravagant. Magical. Classy. Looking like it jumped straight out of a fairytale movie, Cafe De Nicole’s Flower is elegantly furnished with natural wood fittings with stunning flower garlands and arrangement littering the walls and counters starting from the entrance. Though tucked inside Telok Kurau, it is hard to miss this impressive cafe when it is tastefully decorated with vibrant flowers!

Cafe De Nicole’s Flower is owned by a florist, which explains the name and concept. The floral garden concept does not just end here. Every dish is plated in a visually pleasing manner with freshly picked flowers from their very own workshop. Look for out for their multiple Instagram-worthy corners in this spacious cafe. We love how patrons do not have to queue for a snap at the photo wall because every corner of the cafe is a photo zone by itself! 

Their waffles are available in plain or charcoal and come in two renditions. Choose from a topping of fresh seasonal fruits with chocolate sauce and maple syrup or fresh berries, chocolate sauce, maple syrup and a scoop of ice cream.

The ice cream comes in six flavours namely Hokkaido Strawberry, Chocolate, refreshing Lemon Yuzu, classic Vanilla, nutty Pistachio and the aromatic Earl Grey. Indulge in this sweet combination for a wholesome dessert! Waffles and the pleasing scent of fresh flowers lingering in the air, what could be better?

Fun tip: Bring out your furry pals on a trip to Cafe De Nicole’s Flower, they are very welcomed there.

Address: 224 Telok Kurau Rd, #01-01, Singapore 423836

Opening Hours:
Tuesday-Friday: 9am-8pm
Saturday-Sunday: 8am-9pm

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Source: Froroll

 

If you grew up watching Channel U, you will be happy to know that Campus Superstar alumni, Keely Wee, is the proud owner of this very fun cafe. Froroll is located a stone throw away from Potong Pasir MRT station and houses artisanal ice-cream that is incorporated into a magnitude of dessert dishes.

Froroll brings forth old school desserts and fresh innovative ones that are perfect for sharing. Their meticulously baked goods and ice cream are all made in-house daily to ensure consistency, freshness and quality.

The Apple Crumble Waffle consists of vanilla ice-cream rolls on top of a freshly pressed classic Belgium waffle. The Churros Waffles is entirely new in the waffles scene in Singapore and we are here for it! The end product sees churros batter made into waffles and enveloped thoroughly in cinnamon sugar. The cereal bits mixed into the ice cream gives the hand-made rolls an excellent crunchy texture as well!

Watch your order being prepared through the open counter and peep your ice cream rolls being crafted from scratch. We are confident that their perfect waffles and plethora of ice cream flavours that will leave you planning a returning visit.

Address: 2 Tai Thong Crescent, The Venue Shoppes, #01-26, Singapore 347836

Opening Hours:
Monday-Sunday: 12pm-11pm

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Source: Everton Creamery

 

Everton Creamery has been serving Singapore quality gelato crafted from techniques acquired from gelato masters in Rome since 2015. Ingredients are carefully selected which resulted in diverse flavour profiles of refreshing and fruity to decadent and rich with some fun local twists included. To quote the brains behind this ice cream parlour, “We just love ice cream!”.

Located in Tai Seng’s iconic BreadTalk IHQ Mall, Everton Creamery specialises in premium gelato flavours, waffles and an exclusive selection of coffee and tea. Fitting of an ice cream parlour, the space features pastel walls and prints with ice cream posters and a dazzling array of gelato flavours that are definitely hard to resist.

Waffles and ice cream are great but waffle and gelato somehow taste even better! Choose from Single, Double or Jewels – when we can take all our 5 favourite flavours together – to accompany your warm and toasty waffle base.

Everton Creamery’s well-made buttery or charcoal waffles are gloriously topped with your selection of premium gelato flavours and maple sauce that fills your mouth at every bite. Have the perfect balance of sweet and savoury and warm and refreshing with every mouthful you take.

The next time you catch yourself thinking about treating yourself, you should definitely think of Everton Creamery first!

Address: 30 Tai Seng Street, #02-01A, BreadTalk IHQ, Singapore 534013

Opening Hours:
Monday-Sunday: 11:30am – 9:30pm

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Source: Sunday Folks

 

You might have thought to yourself how the perfectly swirled ice cream atop of waffles at Sunday Folks are eerily similar to the ones at Creamier. Well, you have a good eye because they are sister cafes, just with different names and location. The newer outlet boasts more seating capacity and features plain white walls, with a hint of brown and black furniture. Its a chill place for some chilling good waffles as well!

Sunday Folks’ delectable offerings include freshly baked Belgian waffles and mouthwatering ice cream with six exclusive flavours to choose from. Rest assured that your waffles are only baked once an order is placed. Those 15 minutes of wait is worth every minute and second once you dig in.

We love how all six of the soft-serve flavours complement well with their thick and chunky waffles. A must-have would be the Sea Salt Gula Melaka and Pistachio. Go a bit extra and have Royce Nama Chocolates, Pecans, Caramelized popcorn as your additional toppings!

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

Opening Hours:
Tuesday-Thursday: 1-10pm
Friday-Saturday: 12-11pm
Sunday: 12-10pm
Closed on Monday

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Source: KARA Cafe & Dessert Bar

 

KARA Cafe & Dessert Bar is a short walk away from Tan Kah Kee MRT station, the perfect dessert pit-stop for all SIM and Ngee Ann Polytechnic students. KARA is brought to life by our local frozen yogurt brand, Sogurt, and we love how whimsical and fun the cafe feels with its bright lighting and fu colour palette.

Apart from serving frozen yogurt, KARA Cafe & Dessert Bar serves some mean Homemade Mochi Waffles. This waffle series comes in three different variations – Matcha Berry, Charcoal Sesame and Plain Banana Nutella.

The Charcoal Sesame Homemade Mochi Waffle is packed with in-house sesame brittle and puff sticks, fresh fruits and lotus crumble drizzled with Speculoos sauce. With a Salted Speculoos soft-serve swirl on top, it does not only look pretty in photos but taste amazing in your mouth as well.

The Matcha Berry Homemade Mochi Waffles is slightly crispy on the outside and chewy on the inside. The green tea flavour is not overpowering which complements the Dark Chocolate soft-serve swirl splendidly. With the accompaniments of cacao nib sable, cookie crumble, and fresh fruits drizzled in matcha sauce – this dessert will steal hearts and tastebuds. 

Here, you can also expect the likes of wifi and power sockets provided at almost every table, perfect for a work or study friendly cafe.

Address: 617 Bukit Timah Road, Singapore 269718

Opening Hours:
Monday-Sunday: 11am-10:30pm

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Source: Cluck Cluck

 

Cluck Cluck is situated in NAFA and stays true to their chicken and waffles theme. this eatery has recently opened its doors in June. As it is in close proximity to the school, patrons can expect all-day dining promotions on top of nett prices. Cluck Cluck offers chicken dishes in every way possible for breakfast, lunch or dinner. You name it, they have it.

Anticipate free-flow coffee or tea with any main from 10am to 12pm for their breakfast hours. A waffle inclusive breakfast menu is the Big Breakfast Waffles with sausage, egg, bacon, tomato & sauteed mushrooms.

At lunch from 12-5pm, customers are served a beverage and soup with every main course ordered. 

The star of the restaurant and chef’s recommendation, Chicken & Waffles, is an all-day menu featuring two thick chicken thighs, deep-fried to golden perfection, sitting pretty atop waffle slices. The tender chicken thighs ooze with natural juice and remain succulent even after being deep-fried. It is well-seasoned and does not soak the fluffy waffles. Have it with the maple syrup for some good ‘ole chicken goodness.

The lunch menu calls for the likes of Smoked Turkey Waffles where the elements of smoked turkey ham, scrambled egg, waffles, rockets & tomatoes did wonders, resulting in a flavour-packed dish. Not to forget, the Classic Waffles can never go wrong with a side of maple syrup and butter. 

Address: 80 Bencoolen Street, #01-15, NAFA Campus 1 Wing A, Singapore 189655

Opening Hours:
Monday-Sunday: 10am-9pm

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Source: Wild Honey

 

Wild Honey now has three outlets on the sunny island of Singapore, namely at Mandarin Gallery, Scotts Square and South Beach. If you are an all-day breakfast food junkie, this is just the place for you!

The ambience at Wild Honey is relaxed, good for an hour of eating and relieving a week’s worth of accumulated stress. The menu oversees an impressive range of dishes ranging from all-day breakfast. There is a good mix of sweet, savoury, light, hearty, meaty and vegetarian dishes that cater to every dietary preference.

The Belgian is a Wild Honey favourite. When we think of Belgium, we think of their signature light and fluffy waffles, and that is exactly what you will get! This warm goodness is bounded with coconut cream, grilled mango, blueberries, toasted coconut flakes and the tasty Canadian maple syrup.

The Caribbean highlights coconut waffles and fresh passion fruit patisserie, freshly sliced mangoes and baby bananas, toasted coconut flakes with some tangy passion fruit syrup to boot!

Address:

  • 333A Orchard Road, #03-01, Mandarin Gallery, Singapore 238867
  • 6 Scotts Road, #03-02, Scotts Square, Singapore 228209
  • 26 Beach Road, #B1-18, South Beach, Singapore 189768

Opening Hours:

Mandarin Gallery

  • Sunday-Thursday: 9am-9pm
  • Friday-Saturday & Eve of Public Holiday: 9am-10pm

Scotts Square

  • Sunday-Thursday: 9am-8:30pm
  • Friday-Saturday & Eve of Public Holiday: 9am-9:30pm

South Beach

  • Monday-Friday: 8am-5pm
  • Saturday: 8am-3pm
  • Closed on Sunday

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Belo SG  

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Belo SG, previously known as Les Patisseries, has recently undergone a rebranding to become a cafe slash bistro bar. The space at Belo is spacious and peak comfortable. It boasts a minimalist look and is constantly enveloped by the sweet aroma of freshly baked goods. Crafted with thought and care, their waffles are presented very uniquely and worth a try (and many more)!

The Thai Milk Tea & Earl Grey Waffle comprises of two scoops of Thai Milk Tea ice cream, condensed milk and macaron atop a thick bed of waffle. We love the strong aftertaste of Thai milk tea and how it makes the fluffy waffle taste infinitely better.

For those who adore Horlicks, we are very sure you will love this particular rendition of Belo’s take on waffles! The Horffles Waffle features two scoops of vanilla ice cream on a waffle sprinkled generously with Horlicks powder and Horlicks sauce drizzle – dare we say, so Horlickin’ good?

The Ispahan Waffle takes on two scoops of raspberry sorbet on a rose waffle. It also comes with macarons, mixed berries, almonds and sauce. Belo makes sure to go big on their portions so make sure you are open to sharing even if you are a dessert hoarder!

Some other waffle variations to choose from include the Belgian Chocolate, Salted Caramel, Earl Grey and Madagascar Vanilla.

Address:  222 Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574354

Opening Hours:
Monday: 11am-10pm
Wednesday-Thursday: 11am-10pm
Friday: 11am-11pm
Saturday: 9am-11pm
Sunday: 9am-10pm

Closed on Tuesday

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Say hello to a new waffle experience now that you have discovered these 10 places!

There are days when all we needed was a good waffle to make our day better but mishaps happen and the next thing you know, your day has taken a worse turn with a soggy waffle at hand. At these cafes and restaurants serving up some of the best sweet and savoury waffles in Singapore, you can make bad days be good by saying hello to the perfect waffle of your dreams.

You would have noticed by now that waffles and ice cream are a match made in heaven. Hop onto this comprehensive list of interesting ice cream flavours in Singapore for the best side-kick to your heavenly waffles!

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Get your chicken and waffles fix at these 9 restaurants in Singapore

We may not have the ever-popular American chain Roscoe’s House of Chicken ‘n Waffles here in Singapore, but we sure do have a couple of spots that dish out the ultimate soul food–chicken and waffles–in generous portions no less. In this list, we offer nine restaurants which will definitely satiate your hankering for deep-fried chicken and waffles.
 

The Beast

 

 

It’s a no-brainer that you’ll find chicken and waffles here at The Beast, a Southern kitchen and bar that serves country fried steak, cornbread and pimento cheese. When you order their signature dish, expect to see a hefty buttermilk fried chicken resting atop a crispy, oversized waffle drizzled with bourbon maple butter sauce.
 

Chix Hot Chicken

 

 

Previously only available as a weekend menu item, Chix Hot Chicken which specialises in serving Nashville-style hot chicken has introduced the Chix & Waffles to its main menu so all may indulge in some spicy fried chicken and waffles any day of the week. But that’s not the best part. Since the cafe is a fried chicken restaurant after all, Chix allows you to choose your choice of chicken to pair with the delicious waffle slices. So if you don’t want to get messy with the dry rub thigh or wings, you can always opt for the tenders instead.
 

Citrus By The Pool

 

 

At halal-certified restaurant Citrus By The Pool, enjoy succulent chicken chunks alongside a round and fluffy waffle. Go ahead and douse your chicken and waffle with their homemade citrus syrup before you indulge.
 

Clinton St Bakery Company & Restaurant

 

 

When you’re in the mood for brunch, head to Clinton St Bakery Company & Restaurant. What you’ll get is a soft vanilla buttermilk waffles with honey-Tabasco sauce, their signature warm maple butter, and of course, chicken that’s deep-fried to perfection.
 

For The People

 

 

At minimalist-inspired cafe For The People, the signature Fried Chicken & Waffles take centrestage. Here, enjoy a crispy yet juicy boneless chicken thigh served atop a full Belgian waffle; the dish also marries sweet with savory effortlessly thanks to a maple syrup drizzle.

 

Grub Singapore 

 

 

For chicken and waffles with a local flair, try Grub’s Har Cheong Fried Chicken and Waffles. Not only does this dish pair the shrimp paste marinated fried chicken with a chunky and crisp waffle, it also offers a spicy Sambal Mayo which easily pulls the entire meal together. 
 

Kong Cafe

 

 

Known for its mouth-watering Honey Butter Garlic Wings, Korean-inspired joint Kong Cafe’s Savoury Waffle is not to be missed as well. Besides the Smoked Salmon and Sausage option, there is also the glorious Fried Chicken selection, and that offers a generous chicken chunk served alongside two halves of a warm, buttered waffle. 
 

Revelry

 

 

Presenting some of the funkiest waffle combinations around is Revelry, with their signature chicken and waffles, along with others like prawn avocado waffle burger, and waffles with eggs benedict and torched hollandaise sauce.
 

Yardbird Southern Table & Bar

 

 

Think of chicken and waffles, think of Yardbird. This US-hailing label has become synonymous with poultry, and does a hell of a good job satisfying all cravings of Southern fried chicken. Get an order of the Chicken ‘N’ Watermelon ‘N’ Waffles, which entices with its cheddar cheese waffle and spiced watermelon.

8 Cafes In Singapore To Get Waffles & Ice Cream For Under S$10

Gone are the days when waffles are being eaten on its own—there are literally cafes serving waffles paired with ice cream everywhere we go now and even savoury waffle pairings for those who do not have a sweet tooth.

The waffle and ice cream pairing seems to be a trend that never gets old. Golden brown, crispy waffles and velvety smooth ice cream is the perfect combination and an ideal dessert for many who are looking for a hearty dessert to round off the night.

Granted, these treats do not come cheap. For those who’d love to savour some waffles and ice cream without breaking the bank, fret not for here are 10 cafes in Singapore where you can get waffles and ice cream for less than S$10.

Photo Credit: Denzy Gelato

DENZY GELATO

Opened in February 2019, Denzy Gelato is a relatively new addition to the slew of cafes serving ice cream and waffles. Be that as it may, this humble cafe nestled under an HDB is worth a visit not just for its affordability but also their range of flavours.

A waffle with ice cream set will set you back by just S$8—try out their premium flavours (+S$1) including Elderflower Mojito Sorbet and Persian Peach, in which the latter is made using saffron and almond.

Denzy Gelato
506 Bishan Street 11 #01-404
Singapore 570506
Tel: +65
Daily: 11.30am – 10.30pm
Nearest Station: Bishan

HATTER STREET

A cafe that needs no further introduction, Hatter Street serves one of the best renditions of waffles with ice cream in Singapore.

Their Whoaffles (S$9.50) comes with a single scoop of ice cream and sauce of your choice. Thick, superbly crispy yet maintaining a light and fluffy interior, their waffles have earned them a pool of regular patrons so if you’re a fan of the waffles and ice cream combination, be sure to try them out.

Hatter Street
212 Hougang Street 21 #01-333
Singapore 530212
Tel: +65 6988 4591
Daily: 1pm – 10.30pm
Nearest Station: Kovan

WIMBLY LU

Serving a plethora of savoury mains and sweet bites at affordable prices is Wimbly Lu, a gem of a cafe tucked away in Serangoon. A whole waffle and a scoop of ice cream and sauce of your choice costs just S$8.50.

If you’re looking for smaller portions, head over to Little Wimbly Lu, which serves half portions of the same desserts at even cheaper prices! It might be slightly out of the way to get to Wimbly Lu, but we promise it will all be worth it.

Wimbly Lu
15-2 Jalan Riang
Singapore 358987
Tel: +65 6289 1489
Mon, Wed & Thu: 12pm – 10.30pm
Fri: 12pm – 11pm
Sat: 9am – 11pm
Sun: 9am – 10.30pm
(Closed on Tuesdays)
Nearest Station: Serangoon

FATCAT ICE CREAM BAR

Easties should be no stranger to FATCAT Ice Cream Bar, a household name when it comes to desserts in the East. Pair their Original Brown Butter Waffles (S$5) with a scoop of ice cream (S$3.90, S$4.50 for premium) to beat the heat of our sunny island.

If you’re feeling adventurous, make no mistake and order up a serving of Charcoal Waffles (S$6) instead and top it off with a drizzle of Salted Egg Yolk Sauce (S$1)—the ballsy, colourful combination that FATCAT Ice Cream Bar became popular for.

FATCAT Ice Cream Bar
Bedok North Ave 2
#01-25 Block 416
Singapore 460416
Tel: +65 6241 0830
Mon to Thu: 1pm – 10pm
Fri: 1pm – 11pm
Sat: 12pm – 11pm
Sun: 12pm – 10pm
Nearest Station: Bedok

CREAMIER

Creamier has always been at the forefront of the waffles + ice cream scene and for good reason. They spare no effort in making sure that every handcrafted ice cream and coffee is made to utmost perfection.

You’ve likely seen stacks of the waffles and ice cream all over Instagram—a testament to their popularity amongst students and adults alike. For S$9, you get 2 thick waffles and a scoop of ice cream of your choice.

Creamier
Blk 78 Yong Siak Street, #01-18
Singapore 163078
Tel: +65  6221 1076
Tue & Wed: 12pm – 10pm
Thu & Fri: 12pm – 11pm
Sat: 11am – 11pm
Sun: 11am – 10pm
(Closed on Mondays)
Nearest Station: Tiong Bahru

UDDERS

One of the most popular ice cream parlours in Singapore to get an ice-cold treat, Udders definitely doesn’t disappoint if you’re looking for a spot to grab dessert.

Udders is best known for its ice cream (S$4) but we highly recommend that you pair them with a serving of waffles (S$4).

Udders
246D Upper Thomson Road
Singapore 574370*
Tel: +65 6452 0803
Sun to Thu: 12pm – 11pm
Fri & Sat: 12pm – 1am
Nearest Station: Marymount
(*Udders has multiple locations islandwide)

WAFFLETOWN

Waffletown at Balmoral Plaza is a family-owned retro fast food restaurant that has been serving American food such as burgers, fried chicken and Belgian waffles for the last thirty odd years in Singapore.

Order up a signature Belgium waffles topped with ice cream (S$4.20). Their desserts are quite possibly the most basic rendition of ice cream and waffles—and likely the cheapest—in Singapore.

Waffletown
271 Bukit Timah Road #01-08
Balmoral Plaza
Tel: +65 6836 6536
Daily: 11am – 10pm
Nearest Station: Newton

ROUTESIXTYSIX

Routesixtysix is a small yet cosy cafe and it is situated just across the street from FATCAT Ice Cream Bar.

Their Buttermilk waffles with a scoop of ice cream (S$9.90) is one of the fluffiest you’ll ever come across—we kid you not. Their charcoal waffles and red velvet waffles are definitely worth a shot too. If you want the ultimate bang for your buck, order up more ice cream scoops atop your waffles for sharing as it is more worth the price!

Routesixtysix
412 Bedok North Ave 2 #01-122
Singapore 460412
Tel: +65 6241 4705
Tue to Thu: 12pm – 10pm
Fri & Sun: 12pm – 11pm
Sat: 12pm – 12 Midnight
Nearest Station: Bedok

 

10 Best Waffles In Singapore

Waffles are such a versatile food. You can have them sweet or savoury, and you can have them any time of the day.

Although they can be found everywhere, not all waffles are created equal. The perfect waffle is fragrant, light, with just the right amount of crunch. From taro waffles to Korean fried chicken waffles, here is a list of the best waffles in Singapore. Try not to salivate while reading.

For those with a sweet tooth,

1. Hatter Street Bakehouse & Cafe

Hatter Street Bakehouse & Cafe is probably one of the more underrated cafes selling waffles in Singapore. Their waffles are baked to the perfect level of crispiness, while remaining moist within, and the texture of the waffle is consistent throughout.

Pandan Ice Cream with Gula Melaka Sauce Whoa’ffles (Image Credit: Burpple User Doreen Tan)

The Pandan Ice Cream with Gula Melaka Sauce Whoa’ffles ($9.50) was rich with local flavours. Instead of honey or chocolate sauce, Hatter Street drizzles Gula Melaka over the waffles. The Pandan Ice Cream was a nice accompaniment, with its light pandan fragrance. The waffle was perfect for soaking up the mixture of Gula Melaka and the melted scoop of creamy ice cream.

Hatter Street Bakehouse & Cafe
Address: 212 Hougang Street 21,#01-333, Singapore 530212
Opening Hours: Daily, 1pm – 10pm
Website

2. The Cold Pantry

The Cold Pantry’s tower of darkness has been appearing on everyone’s Instagram feeds recently.

Chocolate Root Beer Float Waffle (Image Credit: Burpple User Cafehoppingkids .)

The Chocolate Root Beer Float Waffle ($12) is an aesthetically pleasing dessert creation. The rectangular waffle comes with a chocolate chip cookie, and an ash grey charcoal vanilla soft serve to top it all off. The charcoal soft serve had a hint of root beer in every mouthful, which did not overwhelm the original vanilla taste.

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Because Red Velvet is so 2015, The Cold Pantry has taken their waffles to the next level by introducing Pink Velvet Waffles with Baileys Coffee Ice Cream and Sea Salt Caramel drizzle ($13.50). The rose-infused waffle and slightly bitter Baileys Coffee Ice Cream combo is a sure-win on two fronts: your stomach and your Instagram feed.

The Cold Pantry
Address: 88 Rangoon Road, #01-01, Singapore 218374
Opening Hours: Mon – Fri: 4pm – 10pm; Sat – Sun: 12pm – 1opm
Website

3. Froth

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Served with one scoop of gourmet ice cream, the Taro Waffles ($15.90) has a rich taro taste, with beautiful purple hues. The waffle screams “Taro Heaven” as there was taro infused within the batter, and a generous spread of yam paste all over the buttery waffles. While the ice cream is nothing too special, the waffles more than made up for it.

Froth Cafe
Address: Ascott Raffles Place Singapore, 2 Finlayson Green, Level 2, Singapore 049247
Opening Hours: Mon – Sat: 11.30am – 10pm; PH: 11.30am – 5pm; Closed on Sun
Website

4. Wimbly Lu

Wimbly Lu is practically synonymous with waffles as it was one of the pioneers behind the waffles craze in Singapore a few years ago. Their new outlet, Wimbly Lu Tyrwhitt, is located in a cosy hipster space in the Jalan Besar – Lavender region.

While the waffles may look ordinary at first glance, you know what they say–do not judge a book by its cover. The waffles here are fluffy and light. One huge plus point is that the waffles here taste exactly the same each time you visit. You can choose either a single scoop ($8.50) or a double scoop ($11.50) of ice cream to go with the waffle.

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The Waffle with Salted Caramel and Honey Cinnamon Ice Cream is best for a treat yo’ self day. The Honey Cinnamon Ice Cream is a delightful change of pace from the usual flavours. It’s sweet, rich and creamy, with a distinct cinnamon flavour and a subtle hint of spiciness. Both ice cream flavours balance each other well, with neither overpowering the other.

Wimbly Lu
Address: 166 Tyrwhitt Road, Singapore 207570
Opening Hours: Mon, Wed, Thu: 12pm – 10.30pm; Fri: 12pm – 11pm; Sat: 9am – 11pm; Sun: 9am – 10.30pm
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5. PrimaDeli

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The Revelry Signature Burffle (Image Credit: theurbanwire)
Waffles Royale (Image Credit: Revelry Facebook)

The Waffles Royale ($17.50) is a spin on the classic all-day breakfast favourite, Eggs Royale, but with a waffle in place of the usual English muffin. The waffle has a light, fluffy texture and with its subtle flavour, pairs nicely with the runny poached eggs and creamy Hollandaise.

Revelry
Address: 21 Lorong Kilat, #01-02, Singapore 598123
Opening Hours: Mon, Wed – Friday: 11am – 10pm; Sat – Sun: 10am – 10pm; Closed on Tue
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Imagine old school waffles but with chunks of succulent meat piled into it. That’s what Griddy specialises in – savory waffles for adventurous foodies.

Griddy Burger (Image Credit: Griddy Facebook)

The Griddy Burger ($9.90) is generously stuffed with a juicy beef patty and black pepper mushrooms. With a relatively thin and buttery waffle, this waffle burger hybrid is a real crowd-pleaser.

Ocean Catch (Image Credit: Griddy Facebook)

Alternatively, try the Ocean Catch ($7.90). The golden brown fish fillet is tender, with bonito flakes and mayonnaise scattered and splattered over it. Fish and Chips lovers should definitely give this a try as the Ocean Catch is a unique twist on savoury waffles.

Griddy
Address: Westgate, 3 Gateway Drive, #B2-K12, Singapore 608532
Opening Hours: Mon – Thu, Sun: 11am – 10pm; Fri – Sat: 11am – 10.30pm
Website

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True to its name, The Beast serves a monstrous serving of fried chicken, paired with waffles.

The Chicken & Waffles ($20) is served with bourbon maple syrup at the side, which you can drizzle to your own preference. The tender chicken thigh is soaked in buttermilk for 24 hours, creating a sweet layer on top of the juicy meat. The waffle is intentionally made lighter so as not to overwhelm your palate. Through the infusion of the bourbon maple syrup, this creative combination is worth every cent and stomach space.

The Beast
Address: 17 Jalan Klapa Singapore 199329
Opening Hours: Mon – Wed: 5pm – 12am; Thu, Fri: 5pm – 1am; Sat: 5pm – 12am; Sun: 10am – 5pm
Website

Am I the only one who eats pizza without the crust? For those of you who shun the pizza crusts like I do, why not try the waffle ‘pizza’ at 23 Jumpin?

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The Pizza-Waffle ($14) comes in 2 variations: Mushroom and Hawaiian. The mushrooms on top of the chewy Mushroom Waffle are drenched in melted cheesy goodness. The Hawaiian Waffle, on the other hand, delivers a tinge of sweetness with every bite due to the pineapples scattered over a generous bed of cheese.

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And if you want the best of both worlds? Simply opt for the half-half option of Mushroom and Hawaiian!

23 Jumpin
Address: The Commerze Building, 1 Irving Place, 01-25, Singapore 369546
Opening Hours: Tue – Sun: 11am – 9pm; Mon: 11am – 2pm
Website

Many of you may know Stateland Asian-Fusion Cafe for their Red Velvet or S’mores Waffles, but how many of you have tried their newest creation–the Korean Fried Chicken Waffle?

Korean Fried Chicken Waffle (Image Credit: Burpple User Phoebe Ting)

The chicken was nicely fried, with a crispy outer layer and tender meat on the inside. Paired with a waffle that was tossed in cinnamon, this is a dish that we daresay even the Koreans can’t re-create.

Also, the kimchi slaw that is served on the side is so rich with flavour, you’ll be wishing there was more of it!

Stateland Asian-Fusion Cafe
Address: 32 Bali Lane, Singapore 189866
Opening Hours: Mon, Wed – Sun: 12pm – 10pm; Tue: 6pm – 10pm
Website

No matter your personal preference when it comes to waffles, I’m sure we can all agree that waffles can bring a smile to your face any day. So, text your friends and jio them out for a waffle date if your stomachs are up for it!

Also read 9 New Desserts So Wacky, You Need To Try Them At Least Once!

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It is simply impossible to stay hungry in Singapore – there are simply a huge number of restaurants for a wide variety of tastes. Singaporeans are true gourmets, and their food comes first. Here you are more likely to face the painful question of choosing “where to eat” and “which restaurant to choose”, because you want to try everything.

In general, whichever place you choose, you can be 100% sure that the food is of high quality everywhere, fresh and meets all sanitary standards, here it is strictly with this.You have to decide what exactly you want? Meat, fresh seafood, romance, luxury, stunning views, the sound of the waves, or just a burger and fries? Or maybe you want freshly brewed coffee with blueberry pie, or a delicious cake with an exotic taste? But what about visiting the country and not trying local dishes? In Singapore, Indian and Chinese food is especially recommended. And be sure to enjoy ice cream, which is sold literally at every turn. The ice cream maker will take out the briquette with the desired taste, unfold it, and offer two waffles or sweet bread – your choice.Try ice cream with this bread! Bread, which tastes more like a sponge cake, goes well with ice cream!

We hope you find a restaurant to your liking in Singapore:

Attention! Dress code is required (not allowed to wear T-shirts, shorts, bermuda shoes and slippers). A separate smoking room is provided for smokers.

Tatsuya Japanese Restaurant

Cuisine: Japanese If you love Japanese cuisine and are well versed in it – be sure to go to this restaurant, this is the best Japanese cuisine in Singapore.Sushi and rolls amaze with their freshness and unusual combination of ingredients.

Address: Crown Prince Hotel, 01-05, 270 Orchard Road

Opening hours: Lunch: 12.00 – 15.00

Dinner: 18.30 – 23.00

Restaurant “Crystal Jade Golden Palace”

Cuisine: Chinese One of the top restaurants for traditional Chinese cuisine – exquisite interior, excellent choice of food. A must-try dish here is Cantonese-style stewed beef short ribs.Good wine selection.

Address: Shopping center “Paragon”, 05-22 / 24, 290 Orchard Road

Opening hours: Lunch: 11.30 – 15.00

Dinner: 18.00 – 23.00

Restaurant San Marco

Cuisine: Italian. Huge royal chandeliers, views of the bay and skyscrapers. Be sure to book a table located by the window … We do not even presume what will amaze you more – the view from the window or the dishes offered.

Address: Fullertone Hotel, 8th floor Telephone: 6438 4404

Opening hours: Lunch: 12.00 – 14.00 (Mon-Fri)

Dinner: 19.00 – 22.00 (Mon-Sat)

Nadaman Japanese Restaurant

Cuisine: Japanese. One of the most famous VIP-level Japanese restaurants. The variety of dishes and exceptional service have given this restaurant an excellent reputation.

Address: Shangri-La Hotel, Lobby Level, 22 Orange Grove Road

Opening hours: Lunch: 12.00 – 14.30

Dinner: 18.30 – 22.30

Equinox Restaurant

Cuisine: international. This is the restaurant with the best views of Singapore. It is located on the 70th floor of the Swissotel The Stamford – 226 meters above sea level.

Address: Hotel Swissotel The Stamford, Level 70, 2 Stamford Road

Opening hours: Lunch: 12.00 – 14.30 (Mon-Sat)

Dinner: 18.30 – 23.00 (Mon-Sat)

Restaurant “Esmirada at Orchard”

Cuisine: European.It is always noisy and fun here, and there is a huge selection of food. At 21:00, an incendiary “sirtaka” begins to play, those who wish to stand in a circle and dance with the waiters, and then all together beat the plates for good luck, throwing them on the floor, and making wishes.

Address: 442 Orchard Road, # 01-29, Orchard Hotel

Working hours: 11.00 – 22.30

The Cliff Restaurant

Cuisine: seafood. Magic, romance, wine with oysters. One of the most beautiful restaurants in Singapore.From here, an incredible view of the sea bay, dotted with millions of lights, opens up.

Address: The Sentosa Resort & Spa, 2 Bukit Manis Road, Sentosa

Opening hours: Dinner: 18.30 – 24.00

Prive Restaurant, Gastrobar & Bakery Cafe

Cuisine: international, European, Italian. This restaurant is very popular, therefore tables must be booked in advance. There is a bakery and an outdoor Gastro bar by the water.Jazz plays here, and you will also be offered an incredible range of cocktails and dishes.

Address: 2 Keppel Bay Vista, Keppel Bay Telephone: 65 6776 0777

Opening hours: Dinner: 18.00 – 23.30

Restaurant “mezza9 (Mezzanini)”

Cuisine: international. Consists of 9 dining areas. Here you will be offered any delights of Western and Japanese cuisine prepared by virtuoso chefs. In addition, grill bar and Japanese Yakitori grill, as well as steamed food are at your service.

Address: 10 Scotts Road, Level 2, Grand Hyatt Singapore Telephone: 6732 1234

Opening hours: Lunch / Dinner: 12.00 – 23.00

Restaurant Paulaner Brauhaus

Cuisine: European. The German-style interior of this restaurant, with a traditional Bavarian menu and friendly service, will not leave anyone indifferent. We recommend that you visit this restaurant and enjoy original Bavarian dishes and the freshest beer. After the first mug, one realizes that the beer brewed in this brewery is not only an alcoholic drink, but also a real work of art, because the master brews it in accordance with the purity law of 1516.

Address: 01-01 Millenia Walk, 9 Raffles Bld.

Working hours: Mon-Thu 11.30-01.00, Fri-Sat until 02.00, Sun until 00.00

Restaurant “Paladino”

Cuisine: Italian. If, after such a variety of Asian food, you want something more European, then this restaurant is worth a visit. The chefs here know a lot about pastas, pizzas and young wine.

Address: 01-02 Singapore Art Museum, 71 Bras Basah Rd.

Opening hours: Tue-Sun 11.00-22.00

Food courts and food centers

A tasty and cheap way to eat in Singapore is the so-called food court. There are a lot of such places throughout the city, including on Orchid Road – look at the signs. Each of them offers a large selection of national dishes, as well as other traditional Asian cuisines: Korean, Chinese, Indian, Malay, Vietnamese, Thai, etc. The difference between a food court and a food center is that the food center is located outdoors, sometimes under a roof, and the food court is in an air-conditioned mall.The principle of self-service works everywhere.

Makansutra

Large outdoor food court for seafood lovers, selling shellfish, octopus, fish and crabs freshly cooked right in front of your eyes.

Address: Blk 57 Geylang Bahru # 01-3491 Singapore 330057 tel: 81571245

Newton Food Center

One of the most popular outdoor food centers not only among the local population, but also among tourists.She works late.

Address: 500 Clemenceau Avenue North, S (229495)

Chinatown Food Street

This unique Smith Street food center offers outdoor dining in the city center where the roadway was during the day (only open from 6 pm). Good selection of seafood. Plastic tables and chairs.

Food Republic chain

There are 3 points in total in the city.The main difference from the above places is the level of service. Each point of “Food Republic” is located in a shopping center with air conditioning and a beautiful interior.

Addresses:

Shopping center “Wistma Atria”, 4th floor
Shopping center “Vivo City”, 3rd floor

Shopping center “Suntec City”, 1st floor

World chains of cafes and restaurants

In addition to traditional restaurants and food courts, there are world chains where the menu contains a fairly good selection of soups, salads, hot dishes, desserts and soft drinks.Good portions of food, decent service, average prices. These cafes can be found in any major shopping center in Singapore:

New York
New York Delifrance
Café Carte
Café Swenson
Pizza Hut
Thai Express (Thai cuisine)
Soup & Spoon (you can eat real soup here – fresh and hot!)

Ichiban Sushi & Ichiban Boshi (Japanese cuisine)

Beer pubs and bars

Beer is brewed in Singapore very tasty.Locals and guests of the country like to sit with a cold beer on a warm evening somewhere on the banks of the river. Especially crowded in bars and pubs during the broadcast of football matches. Here are some of Singapore’s best downtown pubs:

Father Flanagan’s Irish Pub

This bar is located in CHIJMES – this place is truly unique. Until 1983, there was a Catholic cathedral and the monastery of the holy baby Jesus was located there. And in 1988, after the renovation, CHIJMES opened in a new capacity and became an entertainment center with restaurants, a bar and a nightclub.

Address: CHIJMES, 30 Victoria St.

Balaclava

50 varieties of wines

Address: 01-01B Suntec City Mall, 1 Raffles Blvd.

Working hours: Mon-Thu 12.00-00.00, Fri-Sat 12.00-02.00, Fri 16.00-12.00

Waffles – noun declension | Learning English

LSA members were involved in the NDP waffle movement from 1969 until the expulsion of the waffle from the NDP in 1972.
Among his first products were Nissin butter coconut biscuits and Nissin waffles.
Klimbach sold waffles at a penny a piece, or ten cents a dozen.
The waffles will be baked over the fire.
Tapioca Chips, thinly sliced ​​tapioca waffles similar to potato chips are also popular.
Spicy waffles with traditional breakfast fillings.
The province of Pampanga also has a sweet dessert called turrones de casuy, which is cashew marzipan wrapped in white waffles.
The highly serialized nature of wafer processing has increased the demand for metrology between different processing steps.
Platinum has also been used as a wafer, as have iron foil and cobalt.
Pancakes have the same function as waffles.
Waffles with honey instead of syrup are sold as honingwafels, and biscuits with caramel syrup are sold as stropkoecken.
The caramel solidifies as it cools, thereby tying the waffle halves together.
Various procedures can be used to effectively rinse and dry the wafer.
Wafers are thoroughly rinsed with deionized water between each step.
Wafers are prepared by soaking them in deionized water.
Waffles absorb moisture from the whipped cream and can be served whole in slices.
McDougall was first published in 1926 with the release of her cookbook Coffee and Waffle, just before her fifth coffee shop opened.
Plain waffles are sold at a nearby store in Singapore.
Belgian waffles were exhibited at Expo 58 in Brussels.
By the mid-1930s, dry pancakes / waffles were being marketed by a number of companies, including Aunt Jemima, Biscuit, and a team of three brothers from San Jose, California.
At the same time, the French added beaten egg whites, lemon zest, Spanish wine and cloves to the waffles.
Waffles can be made fresh or simply heated after they have been commercially prepared and frozen.
Waffles are eaten all over the world, especially in Belgium, which has more than a dozen regional varieties.
Requests to use rice waffles have been denied.
Well, even I’m tired of your waffles, dad.
Love this place, bad name, but the best caramel waffles in Hollywood.
For the first time in several days I am hungry and now I want to eat waffles.
Okay, a little piece of waffle.
Melanie sat in silence with her hands folded in her lap. The untouched waffles were cooling on her plate.
Gotta order waffles and think, We all need to think very hard.

Singapore Sling – Food

Zachary Connor de Geeta originally from Australia and in the same place
started his bar career.Then he moved to Singapore, worked at Tippling
Club, one of the best bars in the city, and has won various international
bartender competitions. Now Zachary is promoting whiskey, gin in Asia
and rum from the portfolio of a large English company. In Moscow, he ended up in
this year on tour: made Singaporean cocktails at the Ginkgo restaurant (alas,
recently suddenly closed).

“Home of the Singapore Sling”
counts
Raffles Hotel, Famous Location, Singapore’s first five-star hotel.Once Raffles stood on the shore
but the city grew, took away land from the sea, and now the hotel is far from the coast. The first
the main bartender of the hotel
Long Bar was Ngyam Tun Bun. Chinese from the island of Hainan. AND
he just invented the Singapore Sling.

The Raffles say that
the cocktail was invented a hundred years ago, in 1915. But actually it is not.
The fact is that Bun died this year. And I came up with a cocktail at the end
nineteenth century. Moreover, after the death of Bunya, the recipe was lost. And that
version of what is now considered the classic version of the hotel
Raffles, based on
a recipe that one of the bar diners wrote down on the back of a bill in 1936.And as sweet as it is now, the cocktail became generally in the seventies. Become
add more juice from Malaysian Sarawak pineapple.

So here’s a modern
“Singapore Sling”. We take 45 ml of gin, 15 ml of cherry liqueur. Then 7.5 ml of benedictine,
7.5 ml triple-sec, 90 ml freshly squeezed pineapple juice, 30 ml lime juice,
a little Angostura – and shake. Then add the grenadine. You can also pour
a little soda. IN
Raffles make 600 Singapore Slings a day, you can
introduce.That is 219,000 per year.

By the way, Ngyam Tun Bun
came up with another similar cocktail. It’s called Million Dollars. Why is that –
to be honest, I don’t know. But they say that Bun was friends with millionaires and one
from his regular guests, moneybags, he presented him with a whole rubber plantation.
Maybe it has something to do with this. In the “Million Dollars” 50 ml of gin, 25
ml of Italian vermouth and 15 ml of pineapple juice – something, and pineapples around
Singapore is missing. You also need a bar spoon of grenadine and egg white for
good texture.And some lemon peel.

But I’ll also tell you
version of the “Singapore Sling”, which can be called the original. It is more transparent, drier,
but still fruity. I myself like this much more than sweet. So:
50 ml gin, 10 ml kirsch (or cherry liqueur, but dry), 10 ml
benedictine, 15 ml of lime juice, 2 drops of angostura. Shake in a shaker and
pour into a highball, topping up with soda on top. Almost no sugar and excellent
balance of acid and bitterness. Try it. ”

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What is the national cuisine, traditional dishes and food in Singapore?

30 famous national dishes in Singapore to try before you die

Singapore's Hot Pot cuisine presents a rich heritage of Chinese, Indian, Malaysian and Indonesian cultures. If you are a local, then you have probably seen these dishes in street food centers or on the ground floor in buildings, in the eateries of large shopping centers and quirky vintage shops.

These are the dishes you should try before you die. I understand that there are dozens more dishes in Singapore that are true to its heritage, but if I start listing them all, it will take another couple of years to complete this list.

There is no excuse for a Singaporean if he has never tasted these time-tested products on which they grew up. For tourists, we have prepared a list of authentic local Singaporean cuisine. These dishes are well worth trying if you visit Singapore.

Many have tried to cover the entire cuisine of Singapore.Appreciate! I loved the travel magazines of Chef Anthony Bourdin's Singaporean dishes, after which I think only a local can truly express their love for our unique cuisine.

Bak Kut Teh (pork ribs soup)

One of the many stories about the invention of this dish says that a long time ago a beggar walked along the streets of Singapore. He was hungry and dropped into a noodle butcher shop to beg for food.

The owner of the shop was poor but wanted to help.He boiled some of the pork bones he had left and added the cheapest spices to add flavor to the stew. They were star anise and pepper, and the result was a soup that looked like tea in a glass. This is how this meat soup, reminiscent of tea, appeared.

According to another legend, it was a tonic drink to "revive" the Chinese coolies who were trading on Clark Quay.

Bak Kut Teh has earned recognition as a simple and modest dish, as Singapore is a developing country.Most of the varieties featured here are made up of a variety of peppers and some herbs like star anise. Choose pork ribs for your soup to make it easier to chew on the meat. Another chowder option, Klang Bak Kut Teh, is a dark and aromatic herbal soup from Malaysia.

Wonton Mee

Wonton noodles may have been influenced by Hong Kong cuisine, but over the years the dish has become a part of the national cuisine. These noodles are eaten "dry", lightly drizzled with sweet sauce with chunks of char Sioux pork.

The noodles are stuffed with pork, and the whole thing is slightly diluted with a chowder. The saleswoman will ask if you want a spicy chowder or a regular one. If you opt for spicy noodles, chili sauce is added. Simple tomato sauce is added to a regular wonton for children. They can also be deep-fried or added to dumpling soup.

In Malaysian noodles, the sauce is darker and sweeter.

Fried Carrot Pie

No, this is not an American dessert. Against! Fried carrot pie is made in Singapore from eggs, canned radish (chai poh), white Chinese radish flour, which is similar to the "white carrot" from which, in fact, the name of this dish comes.This typical Teochu dish is popular in both Singapore and Malaysia.

A distinction is made between a black carrot cake with sweet sauce or a crunchy version with a crust of a beaten fried egg on top. The most commonly seen radish diced pie in Singapore.

Dim sum

Thanks to the cuisine of Hong Kong and Shanghai, Dim Sum or "Dian Xin" appeared in Singapore. This is not a separate dish, but a whole collection of dishes that you can enjoy in Chinese eateries following an ancient custom.This meal includes pork barbecue, Xiao Long Bao Shanghai dumplings, Siew Mai dumplings, vegetables and more.

Kaya Toast and Soft-boiled Eggs

The only traditional breakfast in Singapore is Kaya toast with soft-boiled eggs. White bread is cut into rectangular slices, fried and spread with coconut pulp paste or egg, then spread with a thick layer of butter, which quickly melts on two slices of warm bread.This is a classic kaya toast. In other versions, brown bread or round loafs / ‘Jiam Tao Loh Tee’, similar to a French baguette, are cut into thin slices.

Eggs are usually placed in a large metal vat of boiling water and covered with a lid. After a while, when they are cooked, they can be taken out (7-10 minutes, depending on your preference). Don't scream like a girl when you scrape eggs with your bare hands. You will be served two plates: put the peeled eggs into one, and throw the shells into the other.Season the dish with pepper and dark / light soy sauce.

Crabs (Chilli or Pepper)

Two of the most famous methods of making crabs in Singapore include gravy with sweet spicy tomato chilli or black pepper sauce. Cooking crabs with chili usually involves two steps: first they boil them, then they are fried so that the meat does not stick to the shell.

Recently, crab fried in egg batter or crab noodles have become very popular.

Laksa

Laksa is the brainchild of Chinese and Malay cuisine, in other words, a dish of the Perakan culture (descendants of Chinese immigrants). There are two types of laksa: kari and asam laksa. Laxa with curry is mainly eaten in Singapore, the second can be found in Malaysian regions like Penang (Malaysian island). In fact, all varieties of this dish differ in fish varieties, broth and even noodles.

Traditional Singaporean curry lax is made with noodles, coconut milk, tau pok with fish slices, shrimp and shellfish (hmm.). To save money or due to a drop in demand, some kiosks may refuse to prepare laksa with shrimp and mussels.

The main ingredient of the unique Singaporean laksa, also known as Katong Laksa, is cut into pieces noodles. Traditionally, it is eaten exclusively with a spoon! Now there is a lot of controversy about who invented this dish.

Curry Fish Head

Chinese, Indian or Malay? Another controversial dish, probably from southern India, but heavily influenced by ethnicity in Singapore.The only thing I know is that it tastes good. Half or a whole head of a red snapper is stewed in curry with assorted vegetables such as okra or ladies' fingers and eggplant.

In India, curries are more spicy, while Chinese curries are sweeter. Assam-style options are more acidic as they add tamarind (assam).

Bak Chor Mee drink

Popularly known “Bak Chor Mi” is a dish of noodles with minced pork, liver, meat / fish balls, pieces of fish pie and branded vinegar sauce, which slightly dilutes this dish.

Usually this dish is ordered slightly "dry" in order to enjoy the full flavor of the sauce. You can choose chili sauce or ketchup and even noodles. You can get Mi Pok (wide flat noodles) or Mi Kia (thin noodles), some stalls even offer spaghetti or spaghetti with meat. This is all served as a soup with homemade noodles so popular at Bedok Restaurant

Oyster Omelet (Orh Lua)

This dish is so popular in eateries in Singapore and in Taiwan night markets, it is equally loved by foreigners and locals alike ...Oyster omelet is also sold in carrot cake shops, because the cooking process for these dishes is similar, and the same ingredient is used: eggs.

Potato starch is mixed with fried eggs, which gives the dish an unrivaled taste. Similar dishes are prepared without starch, instead more eggs are added there, which is why this option is so appreciated. A special chili vinegar in Singapore is used exclusively with oyster omelet.

Prawn Noodles (Hokkien Prawn Mee)

Stir-fried Shrimp Noodles in Singapore combines egg and rice noodles with chunks of fried lard, shrimp, fish and squid.Some manufacturers add pork strips to add flavor to the dish. This dish was invented by workers at a noodle factory in Hoc-kyenh province.

They gathered on Rochorskaya street and fried the noodles left over from the factory. Another variation of this dish is easily confused with the dish of the same name (Hokkien Char mee), which uses only one egg for the noodles and poured over it with a dark, thick sauce.

Satay

Satay is a dish on bamboo sticks in which meat is marinated with turmeric and then grilled on the fire.Sate is considered the birthplace of Indonesia, but then it became a daily food in Singapore. Nationalities do not count; Chinese, Malays or Indians work in the stalls.

The dish is made from any meat: chicken, beef, lamb and even pork are sold in Chinese stalls. Sate is usually served with Ketupat or rice cake, onions and cucumbers. Peanut sauce can also be served with sat.

BBQ Sambal Sting Ray

Earlier, getting a refrigerator / freezer in the house is the same as Toto's victory (amer.Rock group), rarely had anyone. Therefore, the fish was often fried or barbecued, so that the musky fishy smell was in the streets of Singapore all day long.

Also known as Icahn Bakar (grilled fish), little-known at first stingray rose in value when Malays in Singapore realized how wonderful sambal is when paired with fish.

Traditionally, the fish is wrapped in a banana leaf, fried over an open fire, and then generously spread over the top with a paste of sambal, belachan, spices, white shallots and Indian walnuts.

Tau Huay

Tau Huay is a Chinese dessert with tofu sweetened with sugar syrup. The traditional delicacy is very soft, slightly grainy and soaked in syrup. It can be eaten hot or cold, sometimes along with Tan Yuan sweet rice balls, herbal jelly, or soy milk.

Recently, gelatin has become popular, and Tau Huai began to be made as jelly, it even eclipsed the favorite dish in Singapore - ants in sugar. Since this dessert is not so bitter in taste, since mango, melon and sesame are added to it, its consistency is noticeably different from traditional dishes.

Some still oppose Tau Huai because it contains harmful food additives. This dish is eaten cold, so it spoils in the heat.

Ice Kachang / frozen beans

Rub a heap of ice into a bowl on a special grater and add an assortment of red beans, palm seeds (attap chee), agar-agar jelly, chandol, herbal jelly or any other stuffing. The top is decorated with condensed milk and a red rose is made from syrup, and Sarsi syrup is added to make the dish multi-colored.

The dish can also be sprinkled with palm sugar "sago-gula melaka" with ice cream and other things like durian fruit or chocolate syrup.

Parboiled Rice Pie (Chwee Kway)

This is a typical breakfast in Singapore and Johor, Malaysia, as most of the shops there open in the morning and close for lunch. In this dish, rice flour is mixed with water to make a pie, then cut into small pieces and steamed to give it its traditional round shape.

Top garnished with salted chai poh radish and chili. Sales of this dish are falling, because the younger generation does not want to continue this tradition, so try it now, before it disappears forever.

Durian

Durian was recognized as the "king of fruits" in South Asia and a national dish in Singapore. In Singapore, even a building appeared on his model (Esplanade). And while foreigners turn up their noses at the strong and pungent smell of this dish, the locals adore the pulp of durian so much that they make desserts, pies, cakes and even cocktails from it.

Many popular and expensive varieties of this fruit have appeared, for example, yellow durian D24 or Mao Shan Wang with a more pungent smell. You can choose sweeter or sour variety depending on your taste preferences. Whether you love him or hate him, you will immediately smell this smell in the room. By the way, it was banned in many public places, such as trains and buses.

Biryani

Biryani's fried rice dish was influenced by the cuisine of the Indian region.Selected long rice is used for its preparation, as a rule, basmati rice. You can add chicken, beef, or fish meats and hot spices like cinnamon, cloves, nutmeg, and bay leaf. Usually rice is a little dry, so curry or chutney is added to the dish.

Rice Nasi Lemak (rice with coconut milk)

Nasi Lemak is a very versatile dish, and if before it was eaten exclusively for breakfast, today it is eaten both for lunch and dinner.The dish is firmly entrenched in Malay cuisine. Traditionally, rice is wrapped in banana leaves and steamed with coconut cream, which gives it a sweet flavor.

This dish usually goes well with anchovies (Ikan Bilis), peanuts, eggs and sambal (a spice). Good sambal is the ingredient that distinguishes this dish.

Nasi Lemak is so popular in Singapore that other cultures have adopted it.

In our own variations, many ingredients are used, for example, fried chicken legs, gourmet meat, squid balls.

Mee Siam

So popular in both Muslim and Chinese communities, Mi Siam has found a home in Singapore's new culture. Mi Siam means Siamese noodles. Vermicelli is soaked in sweet and spicy tamarind sauce (Assam), dried shrimp and canned beans (Tau Cheo) are added.

Garnished with shittluck leaves, usually served with boiled eggs, bean sprouts and tau pok (flaky tofu).

Noodle Soup (Mee Rebus)

It was once invented by a street food vendor who carried two baskets, one for the ingredients, the other for the oven and hot water.Mee Rebus is egg noodles that are prepared like shrimp noodles (Hokkien prawn mee), with a sweet brown curry sauce.

Compared to Mee Siam, the sauce is thicker and more viscous, lacking the acidity that Assam gives. The sauce is made with potatoes (the starch makes it thicker), curry powder, peanuts, dried shrimp, and salted soybeans.

Roti Prata

Roti Prata is another cross-cultural dish that is firmly entrenched in Singaporean cuisine.Indian origin, Malay name, and his Chinese! This is a shining example of racial harmony in Singapore!

The popular dish Roti Prata is made from flour, cheese, eggs, mushrooms or even chocolate are added to the dough. Pancakes are made from thin dough and flipped several times before wrapping the filling. Some stores make pancakes so thin that they begin to crunch right in the pan.

They are even called "paper" or "silk". Prata is served with fish or chicken, curry sauce, some even prefer to sprinkle them with sugar.

Fish head / fish slices Bee Hoon

Initially, Bee Hoon was made from fish heads, but gradually by the 1920s, when fish appeared in abundance, fish pieces and fillets began to be used. In the past, meat was generally in short supply, and sellers tried to use the whole fish, including the head. It was fried to get rid of the smell, since there were no refrigerators then. Now the fish is cooked fresh, and today you can taste the boiled fish slices.

Bi Hong fish soup is cooked from fish or pork bones for several hours, in some shops even condensed milk is added for a full taste.According to some recipes, aged cognac or brandy is added to the soup.

Rojak (lit. mix)

Chinese or Malay Rojak in Singapore is Yutao (fried dough), bean sprouts, tau pok (puff tofu), radish, pineapple, cucumbers, and roasted peanuts. Then all this is mixed with shrimp paste sauce. The ingredients used in Chinese / Malay cuisine are pretty standard.

In another remote Indian cuisine, you can choose any ingredients for the Rojak, but usually no tiao.Red sauce is made from potatoes and spices. You can also add peanut sauce.

Chicken rice

More precisely, Hainan chicken with rice is known - the most popular holiday dish in Singapore. The menu of any cafe in Singapore will be incomplete without the "chicken and rice" column. The whole chicken is dipped in boiling pork broth so that the meat absorbs the flavor. Alternatively, the bird is immersed in ice to produce a jelly-like skin that can then be easily peeled off.

Chicken can also be fried, this dish is called "black chicken" to distinguish it from the original dish. The shops with good service will even help you finish the bones.

The rice used in this dish is cooked in chicken broth with ginger, garlic and sometimes pandan leaves, which add flavor. Chili sauce with garlic and red pepper is served with chicken. Sometimes the dish is poured with a dark sauce and chopped ginger is added with spoons.

Rice with duck

Sometimes some shops substitute duck for the traditional chicken and rice. But really good duck meat is sold only in specialized departments. In Hong Kong, meat is usually fried, so the traditional dish is made from plain white rice with ruby ​​red toasted duck meat, stewed and poured over with sauce.

In another variation of this dish, the Teochu (southern people) use yam tubers and duck stew along with tau pok, eggs and peanuts.Teochus love stewed sauce. Both dishes are equally tasty, but so different.

Char Kwai Teo (Striped Fried Rice Cakes)

Char Kwai Teo, another signature dish in Singapore, is a flat rice noodle dish with a dark sweet sauce. The noodles are fried with eggs, lard, Chinese sausages and fish pieces. Previously, it was specially fried in fat in order to cheaply feed the workers, because it is the best source of energy. Usually, shellfish were added to the dish, which abounded in the Singapore port.

There is another variety - Penang Char Kwai, to which onions and shrimps are also added. The dish turns out to be not so sweet, which distinguishes it from the Singaporean version.

Curry in dough

This dish is a small baked pie with a crispy crust or puff, the former traditionally eaten in Singapore. Usually the ingredients for the filling depend on the place where it is prepared. It is usually stuffed with curry sauce, chicken, potatoes and eggs.Other varieties use yams, sardines, otak, and even durian.

Steamboat with fish heads

There have always been many fishermen in the port island of Singapore who preferred not to sell their catch, but to cook dinner out of it. This dish that the Teochu came up with is geographically conditioned. Usually, a small amount of yams, sour plums and fried fish bones are added to the soup with vegetables, which add a special flavor. Later, pieces of raw fish were added to the dish.You will always see ingredients like sea bass and red snapper in it.

This special pot is fueled by charcoal, which probably adds flavor to the dish; this flavor cannot be obtained by cooking fish in an oven or on an electric stove. Be careful, in good and popular restaurants in Singapore, the queue for this dish is already built up in an hour, regardless of the service.

Popiah

Finally, the last dish to try in Singapore before you die is Popiah.Teochu calls it "thin waffles" or "pizza" in Mandarin, which will be pronounced like "Bo-bi-ah." All the ingredients are wrapped in a paper-thin round wheat dough, which is very similar to a roll. The sweet hoisin sauce spreads inside.

Typical ingredients for the filling are small shrimp, boiled eggs, Chinese sausage, lettuce, bean sprouts, but generally the pies are stuffed with boiled carrots and turnip chunks.

A little more about Sigrapur National Cuisine

Now you know what to taste in Singapore! Although this is far from an exhaustive list of classic dishes.This article has generated a lot of hot responses from Singaporeans, with a lot of controversy about which dish is "best" and who invented it. I have brought the "best" dishes listed here to my taste and, of course, you are entitled to your own opinion.

Any corrections to the case will be taken into account if you provide official quotes or links to information, instead of referencing your grandmother's words. My grandma disagrees with yours.

Many dishes came about because of the ingredients at hand and, of course, were driven by the poverty that reigned in Singapore.A large number of immigrants, mainly from China, Hong Kong, India, Malaysia and Indonesia, have played a significant role in shaping Singapore's cuisine. Many will disagree with the fact that some of the dishes on this list are Singaporean, but these dishes came from overseas and settled in this culture.

Today only old people trade in street food centers, as young people show little interest in this business. So let's keep our legacy alive before it fades.

Whether you are a tourist or a local, I hope this guide gives you an accurate picture of Singapore's local cuisine.

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Rise - restaurant in the picturesque atrium lobby of the hotel, offers a variety of Singaporean, Asian, Pacific cuisine, European and American cuisine - buffet.
For breakfast - a huge selection of fresh juices, fruits and salads, smoked salmon, cookies and waffles, Asian and Western dishes, omelets. For lunch and dinner - sushi and sashimi bar, tandoori station, risotto, fresh seafood and more. etc.
The Club at Marina Bay Sands - club lounge on the 57th floor of the hotel with a magnificent view of the city, for guests of suites and club rooms, in the evening it also works for other guests. For breakfast there is a huge selection of dishes from the chef, omelets, afternoon tea, biscuits, rolls, delectable light dinners, wine bar, cocktails.On weekends, there is a wine and food tasting session from the chef.
Meals for children under 6 years old are free of charge in Club 55 Lounge.
Children between 6-12 years old will be charged SGD 25.90 for breakfast. Breakfast is served from 06:30 to 11:00.

Types of rooms:

The hotel has 2560 rooms:
Deluxe Room - Room area 39 sq.m. Bedroom, balcony, shower cubicle. View of the bay and gardens.
Deluxe City - Room size 39 sq.m. Bedroom, balcony, shower. View of the city and Marina Bay.
Premiere Room - Room size 47 sq.m. Bedroom, balcony, bathroom. View of the bay and gardens.
Premiere City -
Room size 47 sq.m. Bedroom, balcony, bathroom. View of the city and Marina Bay.
Club Room -
Room size 61 sq.m. Bedroom, balcony, bathroom, club privileges. View of the bay and gardens.
Club City -
Room size 61 sq.m. Bedroom, balcony, bathroom, club privileges.View of the city and Marina Bay.
Grand Club -
Room size 79 sq.m. Bedroom, balcony, bathroom, club privileges. View of the bay and gardens.
Grand Club City - Room size 79 sq.m. Bedroom, balcony, bathroom, club privileges. View of the city and Marina Bay.
Orchid Suite - Suite area 97 sq.m. Bedroom, living room, balcony, bathroom, club privileges. View of the bay and gardens. also this suite can be overlooking the city.
All rooms have: air conditioning, cable TV, Internet, minibar, safe, desk, kettle and tea and coffee making facilities, iron and ironing board, bathrobe and slippers.
In club rooms and suites additionally: pillow menu, coffee machine, hairdryer, local calls - free of charge, Internet - free of charge, printer-scanner-fax (all in one), shoe shine, room service - around the clock.

Types of hulls:

Hotel Marina Bay Sands is a huge three-deck ship based on three skyscrapers, 200 meters high (55 floors).
At the top of the hotel's three towers, there is a breathtaking sky park ( Sands Sky Park ), which unites the hotel's three towers.The sky park offers a delightful panorama of Singapore. Sky Park is a tropical oasis in the sky, over 8000 sq m in size with an abundance of vegetation, a swimming pool and a restaurant.

More about Marina Bay Sands:

There are rooms for non-smokers.
For hotel guests - free access to the observation deck Sands Sky Park.
Skating rink (600 sq m) - is located in the center of the shopping area.
The hotel operates around the clock mega popular casino Marina Bay Sands Singapore , which is considered the most expensive in the world.A casino with about 1000 gaming tables and 200 types of games, as well as 1500 machines and 30 private gambling halls (minors under 21 are not allowed to enter the casino, there is a dress code).
A huge number of famous brands stores.
2 theaters, a cinema, nightclubs - all this and much more is at the service of the hotel's guests.

Taste Winter Vienna! / Articles on Profi.Travel

Despite the fact that the competition "Give a tour to Vienna for the most delicious photo" started recently, it is already actively gaining momentum.Indeed, the rules are very simple and the prizes are amazing! And so that the participants can better navigate in all the variety of classic Viennese cuisine, we have prepared a special cheat sheet.

As a reminder, according to the rules of our delicious competition, participants must take a picture with a Viennese dish, and post a post with a photo and their story about Vienna on the Vk.com or FB page with the hashtag #TastyReasonsVisitVienna.

Do you already want to get gingerbread and win a tour to Vienna , but don't know which scenario to come up with for a photo or can't choose the most suitable dish? we have prepared a cheat sheet for you to help you navigate the diversity of Viennese classic cuisine!

Meet Gastronomic Vienna!

The unique atmosphere of winter Vienna is made up of many components: cozy streets, Christmas markets, Gothic castles and interesting museums ... But this list will be incomplete if you do not mention the classic cuisine of Vienna, which attracts gourmets from all over the world.

Surely everyone knows and loves the format of the Viennese cafe, which has become popular all over the world due to its informal pleasant atmosphere of home comfort. Is it any wonder that these cafes, as well as bistros, wine taverns and restaurants, have become the founding pillars of Viennese gastronomy in all its alluring variety.

And winter Vienna is a real paradise for gourmet tourists. Between mid-November and Christmas, the wonderful Viennese squares turn into magical fairs.The aromas of Christmas pastries and hot punch give their visitors a pre-holiday mood.

By the way, a curious fact: Vienna is the only city named after its own style of cooking. A very interesting and varied cuisine has been formed here under the influence of the cultures of different countries. Of course, we cannot list all the culinary delights of Viennese gastronomic culture, but at least we will focus on the most famous and popular dishes.

This is the taste of Vienna! What dishes should you recommend for tourists?

The capital of Austria is traditionally famous for its large selection of soups and side dishes and amazing meat dishes.In addition, the city is famous and loved by many tourists for the variety of pastries: many experienced travelers know that the sweets here are simply delicious!

Of course, all culinary inventions are attractive in their own way, but there are several names of dishes that are heard by tourists from all over the world, and they simply must try these dishes when they come to Vienna. Vienna schnitzel, classic Tafelspitz, apple strudel and unique Viennese coffee ... Be sure to tell your tourists about all the goodies in Vienna and where you can taste them , and they will be grateful to you.

Wiener Schnitzel

Vienna schnitzel is thin veal schnitzel, fried in breadcrumbs. Recipes for this dish can be found in Viennese cookbooks dating back to the 18th century! Today it is a world famous and truly national dish of Austria. You can enjoy the classic taste of this dish in almost every restaurant or tavern in Vienna.

Well, if you decide to cook this dish at home, then a classic Austrian recipe will help you >>>

© WienTourismus / Robert Osmark: Wiener Schnitzel

Tafelspitz

© WienTourismus / Robert Osmark: Tafelspitz in Suppe

Another very famous meat dish in Viennese cuisine.It is prepared from the tender top of a beef rump - a rump, boiled with soup herbs. Boiled beef, sliced ​​in portions, the slices of which are obtained in a pointed shape, served with applesauce with the addition of grated apple horseradish and a roll and served with broth.

Would you like to test how good a cook you are and whether you can cook such a difficult dish? Then strictly follow the instructions from the recipe >>>>

Apple Strudel

© WienTourismus / Robert Osmark: Apfelstrudel

Apple strudel with the finest dough, cinnamon, butter cream or ice cream - even those who don't like sweets cannot resist.In Austria, it is believed that the best strudel is served in Viennese cafes, hence its name - Viennese strudel.

Vienna housewives sometimes argue about whether or not to add crumbs to the apple strudel filling. The only thing that can help you is your personal experience: try it yourself, savor and enjoy >>>

Chocolate cake a la Sachertorte

© WienTourismus / Robert Osmark: Sachertorte

Sacher is another masterpiece of Viennese pastry chefs, one of the symbols of gastronomic Vienna.This is a chocolate sponge cake with an apricot layer, decorated with dark chocolate and whipped cream. This miracle was created by Franz Sacher, and you can try it in the cafe at the family hotel "Sacher".

And, of course, we are sharing a classic recipe for making a chocolate cake at home >>>

Vienna Gastronomy Tradition

Along with popular dishes, Vienna has a huge variety of culinary delights, which may not be so famous, but pass on the traditions of classic cuisine from decades to decades ...

Vanilla Kipferl a la Sacher

© WienTourismus / Vanillekipferl

A variation of the classic Viennese dessert, the crescent-shaped vanilla biscuits popular during the Christmas holidays.To create a New Year's mood in your home, you can prepare this simple dish yourself. Well, real fans of Viennese cuisine should definitely come to the capital of Austria on Christmas and appreciate the amazing taste of vanilla cookies in Viennese coffee houses.

Frittaten a la Sacher

Do you want something unusual? Viennese cuisine has many original dishes, and one of them is an unusual addition to the soup - frittaten (Frittaten: shavings of pancake).The word has its roots in Italian, which literally means "something that is baked in oil." Until the 19th century in Vienna, the word was used to refer to pancakes in general. But soon this word began to denote an independent signature dish of Viennese cuisine!

You can find out more about Viennese cuisine here >>>

We are sure that you have learned a lot of new ideas - both for the successful sale of tours to winter Vienna, and for participation in our very tasty competition! Already want to share your photo with a Viennese meal and win a Vienna tour? Go for it!

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