Fresh Baked Waffles
Petite with Ice Cream +1 topping - $10
Crispy and fragrant Belgian waffle, drizzled with maple syrup and hazelnut sauce. Smooth Hazelnut Milk Chocolate was a pleasure. Added Sea Salt Chocolate Honeycomb for additional texture
I'm still dreaming about this Adzuki & Madagascan vanilla trifle from last week 🤤 I usually avoid trifles because there's nothing exciting abt cream layers. But if it's SOFT SERVE layers, I'm totally down for it! 🍴
The adzuki taste could be a bit stronger but if milky soft serve is your thing, it is definitely milky enough! The matcha white chocolate and fresh strawberries 😋😋 in the kuromitsu sauce was just sooooo good!
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This cake (S$7.90) appears to be inspired from a carrot cake, except that the chef from Sunday Folks used sweet pineapples and bananas to replace the carrots, and give this style of cake a different definition. On the whole, it is not as sweet as typical carrot cakes, but the comment I have is... "I did not seem to taste the sweet pineapples."
After I tell the world that I wish to come here for desserts, I finally checked off my wishlist of Sunday Folks.
I got for myself a stack of waffles with Adzuki ice cream and three toppings (S$17.00): Burnt Viennese Cookies, Handmade Japanese Dango with Gula Melaka Sauce, and Fresh Blueberries.
The Adzuki flavour contains a strong taste of milk, perhaps stronger than the taste of red beans. I like the colour though, because it has a faint shade of pink. The waffles are basically crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside, going perfectly with the soft serve be it frozen or melted.
With its popularity among hipsters and non-locals, no wonder the queues can get ridiculously crazy during weekends. Thank goodness I reserved my seat through the Chope app.
This is one of my favourite ice cream flavours and it is truly fragrant and delicious too!
Headed to Sunday Folks to try and grab my grubby hands on the Adzuki Soft Serve but saw that they had this plated dessert on their menu which is limited to 10 portions daily — knew I had to get one since it's been quite a while since the last time I had played dessert.
Adzuki ice-cream gateau, Kuromitsu sago, Hazelnut Milk Chocolate ice-cream, Black Sesame Financier, Orange Marmalade, Coconut Milk Foam, Matcha Soil and Edible Flowers. Despite the numerous components that goes into the dessert, it doesn't seem to get messy and felt like a good infusion of Japanese-y elements with bright flavours of spring. The Adzuki ice-cream felt like a more refined version of the red bean potong ice-cream we grew up with, but the deep, mellow sweetness of Kuromitsu made it pretty alluring and leaning more on the Japanese side as a result. The surrounding elements such as the coconut foam and orange marmalade gives it a tropical flavour; bright and tangy while the sesame cake was warm with light, roasty flavours (I would prefer stronger, but if one were to nitpick, it does feel a wee bit lonely here with the other elements). The Hazelnut Chocolate ice-cream is perfect though; smooth with a very rich nutty and slight chocolatey flavour that is hard to resist. Admittedly the price tag of $16 does make it seem a little pricey as compared to the waffle which is also more substantial in portion size, but this is a showcase of what the people behind Sunday Folks is capable of doing out of the waffles and soft-serve that they are already very well-known for.
Never disappoints. Except Earl Grey Lavender is still my favourite flavour.
This must be my upteenth time visiting the place and it still remains as one of my favourite dessert spots. Having tried nearly all the flavours offered, i am once again reacquainted with my all time favourite, Earl Grey Lavender.
The waffles alone were good albiet too light tasting for me (funny because the very first time i had it i thought it was perfect, maybe ive had better ones ever since?) But pair it with the soft serve and it'll all make sense. The thick, fluffy and light batter made the waffles the perfect vehicle to complement the equally mellow tasting soft serve. Earl grey flavours can sometimes be quite in-your-face, but the gentle floral hints of lavender helped to tone it down yet still allowing it to shine through. Just like an amazing supporting actor to an outstanding lead. Easy to overlook but hard to dismiss its absence. It's one of those flavour combinations you would never have thought of but you'd be kicking yourself for not having tried it sooner.
P.s The cookie layer between the waffles and soft serve is a genius idea I think, to prevent the waffles from becoming too soggy when the soft serve melts.
Sea Salt Gula Melaka Ice Cream with Handmande Japanese Dango with Gula Melaka Sauce & Kinako Powder, Almond and Longan Biscotti. Our favorite waffles place and ice cream place. But today we only had a homemade waffle cone of ice cream. Cost: $18 per pax
Tried the Madagascar Vanilla sundae which comes with fresh strawberries and an almond biscuit topped with caramel sauce. The vanilla ice cream is one of the best that I had as it was very rich and creamy. The charcoal cone and sauce complements the ice cream very well too. This costs $7.90 before gst, quite expensive for a soft serve cone. Better off visiting Creamier imo. #burpplexchope
Roasted Pistachio Soft Serve (Ice Cream)on a Single piece of waffles (Petite) with Seasalt Chocolate Honeycomb (Topping).
It was just delicious, everything from the icecream to the waffle to the topping! They poured complimentary maple syrup plus a few strawberries at the side, so it's not really worth it if you order that as your topping.
Having freshly baked waffle with single scoop of hazelnut milk chocolate soft serve now sounds pretty enticing. Made of pure Italian hazelnut paste, French cream and 55% chocolate couverture, its rich and creamy plus am glad to find bits of hazelnut in it. We choose Gula Melaka Mochi to go along but found it lacking, perhaps other toppings will be more brilliant.
Sincere apologies that the photo is yet again about the soft serve. But what i want to talk about today is the cake. I gobbled the matcha cake too quickly for a good photo but it was great. I'm glad I took the server's suggestion to try this out - flavourful yet light, perhaps hoped for a stronger matcha taste. Please give the cakes a chance too :) Quality is still the same since this place opened 2 years ago and I'm glad I came back today #BurppleXChope