Best Places For Crispy and Fluffy Waffles In Singapore

Waffles are easy to come by in Singapore, but which of them are the warm fluffy treats you deserve. Read on for our list of the best cafes for both sweet and savoury renditions!

Who doesn't like waffles? Its fluffy pockets hold everything from ice cream and fruits to maple syrup, cream and even bacon, filling your mouth with flavour in every bite.

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For Blue Ice Cream Waffles
This Tanjong Pagar spot (they now have a new takeaway outlet in Joo Chiat!) has our hearts for the luxuriously indulgent scoops made with love and attention - even better when they're served atop their delicious waffles (from $6). Ice cream flavours (from $4.20 per scoop) beloved by the community include the Blue Milk (sea salt and blue pea flower), Okinawa Brown Sugar, and Sicilian Pistachio.

Atlas Coffeehouse
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For Candied Bacon Waffles
Atlas Coffeehouse is one of our favourite cafes in Singapore for a good reason. Besides dishing out fabulous brunch staples, it serves up a delicious Buttermilk Waffle ($11.20) hat comes served with maple syrup and butter, though we recommend spicing it up with candied bacon and vanilla ice cream for an additional $4.30. Burppler EatdiarybyRach says the "Buttermilk waffle was well done, crisp and fluffy."

Twenty Grammes
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For Asian Soft Serve Waffles
Escape the Bugis heat into this quiet, cosy space for dessert! At $9.50, the Houjicha Soft Serve with Waffle is a sightly stack, topped with incredibly smooth and light soft serve. Burpplers also love the Yuanyang Waffle ($14) with rich Thai Milk Tea and Chocolate Fudge Gelato. As for Burppler Jiak Bro, he can't get enough of the S'mores Waffle ($15), which according to him goes well with Dark Chocolate Ice Cream.

KARA Cafe & Dessert Bar
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For Mochi Waffles
KARA Cafe & Dessert Bar hardly needs an introduction, what with this cafe gaining viral popularity for its colourful grain bowls, grilled cheese toasties and popular truffle cheese tots. Oh, did we mention their signature mochi waffles? Crispy on the outside and chewy inside, these fluffy things come in three combinations ($12.50 each): Matcha Berry, Charcoal Sesame, and Banana Nutella.

Aphrodite Waffles & Gelato
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For Floral Ice Cream & Waffles
1-for-1 waffles? Yes please! Aphrodite is a relatively new kid on the block in Jalan Besar offering unique gelato flavours on their crispy and airy waffles ($6). On the ice cream (from $5 per scoop) front, try the Aphrodite flavour with chocolate and blue cheese, or the Bouquet, a combination of assorted teas and flowers.

Nassim Hill Bakery
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For Savoury Waffles
Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar is hard to miss - after all, it occupies a heritage post office building at the edge of Orchard Road. Come here for the Banana Chocolate Waffles ($22) laden with vanilla ice cream and toasted almonds for dessert, or opt for the special Cheddar Cheese Bacon Waffles ($24). Burpple Triffany Lim describes it as "the crispy and fluffy cheddar waffles and umami bacon strips paired extremely well with the chive sour cream dip, perfect for a savoury brunch treat."

Refuel Cafe
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For Pulled Pork Waffles
Located near Bedok North and Bedok Reservoir, make this cosy cafe your ideal respite from the heat and bustle of the city. One of the signature dishes here? A Porky Egg Waffle ($13.90) that comes with sweet honey BBQ pulled pork and scrambled eggs - a savoury treat for the senses. No surprise that Burppler Thousand Rainbow Eat A Lot loves this, "with the right amount of pull pork and right taste. Love how generous they are with the veggies too. Scrambled egg just adds on to the flavours."