1. Pancakes looks so pretty. 
belle-ville Pancake Cafe

A mix of strawberry and mixed berries and rich Hokkaido cream sandwich between each stack of thick and fluffy pancakes. Fingers licking good chocolate sauce to drizzle on top of the pancakes while they are warm.

2. It’s fun shaking for that boomerang shot.

Gram Café & Pancakes Singapore
Gram Café & Pancakes Singapore
Gram Café & Pancakes all hailed from Osaka, Japan! Fluffy, soft, thick layers of pancakes that make you crave for more. Don’t forget to eat it real hot! Layers of pancakes are slow-cooked on low heat, whipped full of air, and freshly prepared upon order. All the butter, sauces, and cream toppings are made in-house.

3. Sweet or savoury tooth? Why not have both! 

Flipper’s Singapore
Allow yourself to be charmed by Japan’s iconic pancake chain, FLIPPER’S. Also seen internationally with outlets in Seoul, Taiwan, Hong Kong and even New York! Keeping FLIPPER’S signature experience as authentic as possible, don’t be surprised if you’re served with two forks. Each souffle pancake is so delicate that is recommended to use two forks to tear (instead of using a knife to slice). I am impressed with this savoury Eggs Benedict Soufflé Pancake (S$22.80). The kind of eggs that I love! Using Hinata eggs from Kanagawa prefecture, these poached eggs will not disappoint you. One of the savoury pancakes is generously packed with grilled tiger prawns and avocado cubes, while another with Norwegian smoked salmon and sautéed spinach. This savoury dish has helped to draw out more of the egg’s inherent sweetness.

4. You can top it with basically ANYTHING

Eggs n’ Things Singapore
Calling out to all brunch lovers out there, the popular breakfast chain — Eggs ’n Things, has landed in the shores of sunny Singapore after Hawaii and Japan. More than 40 years into the business, they still hold on to their tradition of serving quality food. Our jaws dropped when the staff brought out their signature Pancakes topped with fresh strawberries, iconic tall whipped cream, and macadamia nuts. My mind screamed, “No” at that monstrous pile of whipped cream, but my mouth thinks otherwise. Light and fluffy, their pancakes are scented with a classic buttery flavour.

5. Pancakes makes us deliciously happy

Picnic at Wisma
Kumo Keiki Japanese soufflé pancakes is another new brand available at Picnic Food Park.  Instead of wheat flour, these ‘cloud cakes’ used gluten-free rice flour, Japanese eggs and Kagoshima brown sugar in its ingredients.  All pancakes are made fresh so there is a 15-minute waiting time for each portion. 
We tried 2 different flavours.  Pictured above is the mont blanc pancake (S$22 for 3 pieces, S$19 for 2 pieces).  This pancake features chestnut puree, housemade sweet potato paste and served with a scoop of classic vanilla ice-cream finished off with a liberal dusting of matcha powder.  I love how the pancakes were light enough and the chestnut puree was not too sweet – a delightful combination of textures and flavours indeed!
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