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16 Nov 2019

The Ultimate Guide to Waffles in Singapore

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.

1. The Bakery Chef

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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2. Udders

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!


  • 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:


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


  • 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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3. Cafe De Nicole’s Flower

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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4. Froroll

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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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5. Everton Creamery

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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6. Sunday Folks

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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7. KARA Cafe & Dessert Bar

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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8. Cluck Cluck  

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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9. Wild Honey 

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!


  • 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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10. Belo SG  


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

Check out Belo SG here!

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