Charcoal waffles with salted egg yolk custard sauce ($6 w/out ice cream) 🥚.
🍴A unique & insta-worthy combi. Felt like the salted egg sauce didn't go well with the ice cream but still enjoyed it overall ⭐️ 3.5/5 ⭐️
📍@fatcatsg, Blk 416 Bedok North Ave 2 #01-25 S460416
Colour me festive, thats what I felt when i sank my mouth into this seasonal special at Fatcat.
Gingerbread waffles, you swept me off my feet. You are a genius creation and every bite of you was just mouth after mouth of Christmas. You were paired so well with the cinnamon powder and the tart cranberry sauce which reminded me of the staple cranberry sauce at Thanksgiving.
I have much to give thanks for savouring you oh so deliciously. And paired with the explosive Smoked Peppermint ice cream. No, you are not going to get the run of the mill Peppermint Choc Chip ice cream you see everywhere. The minute I sank my mouth into you, I immediately thought of "Spearmint", wonderful refreshing spearmint which evoked the Christmas spirit in me. No, you do not taste like toothpaste or Listerine. You are so much more precious than that, baby. You are a genius creation.
How about getting this at $68.90 from @fatcatsg 😋
PS: The price indicated is for the entire cake not for single slice.
$4.50 for a scoop of tasteful earl grey Lavender ice cream. Very high quality ice cream from a quaint neighbourhood joint. Will be back for the other desserts
But it's at their pop up booth! And it's free SALTED EGG ice cream! Salted egg! With dry ice for ultimate dramatic effect and weird toppings galore 😍😍😍. It tasted like the real salted egg yolk but isn't overkill at all! What magic is this. I really like it. Giannnnnn.
Thanks to Frosted Flair at Mandarin Galley, I managed to taste the salted egg yolk ice cream by FatCat. It was light and was not 'jalek' for me, which made me craving for more. I loved the edible flowers, fruits and lavender toppings.
Charcoal Waffles with a single scoop of their amazing flavoured ice creams! Both black sesame and thai milk tea were lovely with the charcoal waffles and the caramel sauce and they melt at the perfect speed for my slow eating self HAHA A bit difficult to find since it was in a bit of an obscure location but definitely worth it! Definitely would try the butterbeer one next time!
We all appreciate a good weekend after a hard week at work. How about starting your weekend brunch with fatcat?
Introducing the Fatcat Bowl [$18]
Consisting of salmon sashimi, compressed watermelon, avocado, grapefruit, 62°C eggs and fatcat's very own organic greens. Additional of $2 for grapefruit dashi. Filling and refreshing! Weekend brunch available from 12pm to 3pm. ☺️
Yup, Sorbet! You've probably tried strawberry or lemon, but banana?
So I've heard of this menu called Reverse Smores -- never knew it's banana sorbet inside. Kinda hesitated to order when i read it on the spot, but you can't really mess up a banana dessert, can you? So there you go!
Dark-choco Thins topped with banana sorbet [and some white chocolate -- i believe], covered in lightly torched marshmallow, crowned with 3 beautiful caramel thins, seated on a beautiful wood-ish plate, in a cloud dome. [Inside-out description 😂] If you love banana and have major sweet-tooth, opt for this! 😍
🍴 Reverse Smores
📍 Blk 416 Bedok North Ave 2 [01-25]
🚅 Bedok MRT
This bowl is loaded with salmon sashimi, watermelon, avocado, grapefruit and topped with a glorious 62°C egg. A rather comforting rice bowl.
Get yours now at @fatcatsg 😂
White chocolate raspberry mousse, marshmallow encased in chocolate shell! 😝
Charcoal and butter waffles with so many special flavors of ice cream to choose from! The texture of the waffles were comparatively crispy. Love the salted caramel sauce that surrounding the waffles. We tried the earl grey lavender ice cream (cant taste earl grey thou) and milk tea ice cream. Will go back for different flavour.
Waffles: about $6. Ice cream: about $4.50/scoop
For crispy charcoal waffles and salted egg yolk sauce. The sauce actually comes in a separate small cup for you to drizzle over your waffles and ice cream. Pretty decent selection of ice cream flavors.
This deconstructed papaya salad was a delight! At $18 it seemed a bit pricy, but came with two Bon bons in covered in curry powder and filled with a tangy liquid Centre. The salad itself, Som Tum, starts with a little quenelle of beer sorbet a top a crumble of powdered peanuts and coconut-tinged powder. Cubes of pickled mango accompany strands of papaya and candied wafers of fruit that simply melt in your mouth.