Waffles are a glorious thing. Savour it as a dessert, brunch item or with your breakfast staples. If you are tired of having the usual fare of ice cream on waffles, venture into unique and one-of-a-kind options that you can easily find in Singapore.
More and more restaurants and cafes have created interesting sweet and savoury waffles for your dining pleasure. From butter prawns on squid ink waffles to truffle mac and cheese waffles, get creative with our list of the Most Unique Waffles in Singapore.
These days, few cafes impressed us enough for us to return again and again. But Hoopla Coffee & Kitchen made it and we have been there on a few occasions and none of the experiences disappointed.
It is located at the nondescript one-north, in a building called Infinite Studios. Not the most accessible cafe in the West of Singapore, but definitely worth making a trip down if you haven’t. With a welcoming and hippy environment where you can hang around with your friends, the brightly-lit cafe has a menu with nothing above S$17.
Located on Bali Lane, Stateland Cafe has been making a name for itself for its waffles. Served with a scoop of ice cream, and topped with homemade cream cheese glaze, the Red Velvet Waffle (S$14.90) indeed lived up to its name.
Thick yet fluffy, with the red velvet base combing well with the cream cheese glazing – this is one waffle that you have to try if you are on a hunt for the best waffles in Singapore.
This guide to Singapore’s best waffles was last updated on 24 Feb 2015.
Topped with fresh fruits, a scoop of ice cream, and a dollop of whipped cream, a good waffle is something that you can eat every day. For those of you who prefer something simpler, waffle with maple syrup and butter is equally gratifying.
There are many cafes and ice cream parlours that offer waffles on the menu, but only a few are exceptional. Here is our guide on where to get the best waffles in Singapore.