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Craving for waffles? These cafes will serve you sweet (or savoury) renditions of this warm, fluffy comfort food.

There’s always a season and occasion for waffles. Whether it’s a breakfast stack topped with a scoop of ice cream and fruits, or a savoury buttermilk waffle with good ol’ fried chicken, Southern-style. Here’s where to get your waffle fix around Singapore – we have a feeling you might be bolting out of the door to get some pretty soon.


A homegrown ice cream brand, Udders produces unique flavours like Baileys and Bourbon (it’s a real boozy treat!) and Snickers Mars Honeycomb Vanilla (for sweet, chocolate-rich mouthful). To get the full experience, we recommend pairing the ice cream scoops with plates of fluffy waffles that soak up the creamy flavours. 
Udders, three locations including Bukit Timah, Upper Thomson and Novena.

Holy Cow Creamery

We know you’re here for ice cream, but trust us, you gotta try the waffles too. Each serving is crispy on the outside and dense on the inside, which means it soaks up all that delish flavour from your ice cream. All we can say is… holy cow.
Holy Cow Creamery, 292 Yishun Street 22, #01-291, Singapore 760292


Egglets are waffles too (Photography via Lickety SG)
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If all things pastel-drenched makes you happy, Lickety’s shopfront will get you all ecstatic. Serving up a different sort of waffle here – also known as egglets – Lickety’s offerings are handheld and perfect if you’re in the Arab Street precinct for some window shopping. Get your fix of sweet, creamy ice cream wrapped in a buttermilk or Red Velvet egglet and remember to snap something for the ‘gram!
Lickety, 34 Bussorah St, Singapore 199452

Whisk and Paddle

This waffle stack even has cheesecake bits in it (Photography via Whisk and Paddle)
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This massive open-air bistro provides tranquil views of the river and offers a plethora of comfort grub like macaroni and cheese, pulled pork soft tacos and its signature: waffles. Serving up both sweet and savoury goodness atop waffles, you can enjoy the classic Eggs Benedict smoked salmon on waffles or go all out for waffles stacked with berry compote, vanilla ice cream, cheesecake pieces, a feuillete stick and fruits. Damn.
Whisk and Paddle, #01-01, 10 Tebing Lane, Singapore 828836


Serving fresh, natural and handcrafted ice cream, Merely is one of the most underrated spots to get your waffle-and-ice-cream fix. While the ice cream menu is worth checking out with flavours like Earl Grey, Milo, Grape Yakult and even Chocolate Stout, the crispy and fluffy waffles are something to celebrate about as well.
Merely, two locations at Sunshine Plaza and Tampines Hub.


If you’re a huge waffle fan, Revelry is the café you should head to. The Lorong Kilat cafe is the proud server of waffle pizza (the best of both worlds, really) and a local-inspired O.K Waffle Pizza of otah (grilled fish cake), kai lan (Chinese broccoli) and mozzarella. We recommend trying its most popular item for a start: the sinful chicken and waffles of deep-fried tender chicken thighs, maple syrup, cherry tomatoes and lettuce.
Revelry, #01-02, 21 Lorong Kilat, Singapore 598123

The Beast

Yup, they made not have the most extensive waffle menu choices on this list but that one if they’re known for that one waffle dish they have, then they must have been doing something right, eh? Sinful Southern treats are aplenty at The Beast, including cornbread, country-fried steak and the house’s speciality of juicy fried chicken served atop thick waffles and drizzled with bourbon maple syrup. Our suggestion? Order up a glass of bourbon – the bar does, after all, offer some of the city’s biggest varieties of the liquor – or a sweet tea cocktail for an authentic Southern experience.
The Beast, 17 Jalan Klapa, Singapore 199329

Hatter Street

3 scoops on a waffle? Why not. (Photography via Hatter Street)
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This ‘Mad Hatter’ inspired heartland bakehouse and café boasts artisanal desserts crafted by Chef Yvette Chua, who previously trained at Bo Innovation – a three-Michelin star restaurant in Hong Kong. Hatter Street‘s waffles have also been garnering attention from foodies. Waffle with salted caramel and homemade vanilla ice cream, waffle with chocolate ice cream and chocolate sauce, waffle with pandan ice cream and gula melaka sauce; what’s not to like about that!
Hatter Street, Block 212, Hougang Street 21, #01-133, Singapore 530212


Nestled within Toa Payoh’s estates, Creamier is a beloved hangout for the folks living around the area, though people from further out have frequently made their way to this waffle hotspot. Their Belgian waffles are must-order items and it’s not surprising to hear that they have sold out, if you arrive too late.  When you manage to snag a serving, be sure to add a scoop of their handmade ice creams like banana roasted pecan, Tahitian vanilla, and sea salt gula Melaka. And if you happen to be at Gillman Barracks for an artsy visit, do drop by at their second outlet there.
Creamier, various locations including Toa Payoh, Gillman Barracks and Tiong Bahru.

Salted Caramel

Ice cream lovers flock to Salted Caramel for their premium ice creams, prepared from fresh natural ingredients without any artificial sweeteners or preservatives. Dig into their warm made-to-order waffles, which complement their artisan ice cream perfectly.
Salted Caramel, 246F Upper Thomson Road, Singapore 574370

Wild Honey

The folks at Wild Honey are passionate about breakfast and are proud to serve up a slew of amazing, all-day breakfast options. Start your meal with one of their savoury dishes but make sure to leave some space for dessert. Their Belgian (with grilled mango, blueberries and toasted coconut flakes) or Caribbean waffles (coconut with passionfruit crème, sliced bananas and toasted coconut flakes) is glorious.
Wild Honey, two locations including Mandarin Gallery and Scotts Square.

Strangers’ Reunion

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Located along the hipster café lane that is Kampong Bahru Road, Strangers’ Reunion is notably popular for their ‘magic coffee’, which boasts the perfect magical ratio of coffee and milk. But this cosy café also serves up a selection of lovely buttermilk waffles (from $11) that deserves as much fanfare. Choose to pair your waffles with greek yogurt, fresh fruit, vanilla ice cream or strawberry maceration.
Strangers’ Reunion, 33/35/37 Kampong Bahru Rd, Singapore 169355

Refuel Cafe

Located in the bowels of Bedok, this cafe is the perfect respite from the hustle and bustle of the city, what with its rustic interiors, indie background music and comfort food, which includes the Porky Egg Waffle. Yep, ditching the bird, this waffle comes with sweet honey BBQ pulled pork and scrambled eggs. It’s a savoury treat like no other.
Refuel Cafe, Bedok Reservoir Rd, #01-3029 Blk 744, Singapore 470744

Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar

Tucked away in the Tanglin Post Office building, this bistro is located at the edge of Orchard Road. It may be an extra bus ride from the MRT station, but it’s definitely worth the extra journey for the food, especially for its savoury waffles. The cheddar cheese version is served with bacon and sour cream, while the Belgian waffle comes with a choice of sausage, honey-baked ham or bacon.
Nassim Hill Bakery Bistro Bar, #01, 56 Tanglin Road, 03, Singapore 247964

Group Therapy Café

If you’re not alert while strolling along Duxton Road, you may walk right past this hidden gem. Group Therapy Café is located on the second floor of a restored shop house and is identifiable only by a teeny signboard and a flight of wooden stairs. Tuck into their delish Belgian waffles, while lounging on their sofas and reading from their extensive collection of books. Our faves include gold rush waffle, and peanut butter and banana waffle.
Group Therapy Café, two locations including Duxton and Katong.

The Daily Scoop

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This ice cream chain, which began its early days as a small establishment tucked away in the suburban neighbourhood of Sunset Way, has since grown into a renowned local ice cream brand. The Daily Scoop serve freshly baked waffles at reasonable prices (only $3.30 for a plain waffle, $6.30 with a scoop of ice cream), topped with ice cream of your choice and generous dribbles of chocolate syrup.
The Daily Scoop, four locations including Chip Bee Gardens and School Of The Arts.

Wimbly Lu

The artisan chocolates and chocolate infused desserts at Wimbly Lu are heavenly, but the less raved about waffles are just as fab. Slide your knife through the crisp exterior of the pastry to reveal the light and fluffy insides . We love the waffle with salted caramel and honey cinnamon ice cream, and drizzled with toffee sauce!
Wimbly Lu, 15-2 Jalan Riang, Singapore 358987

Fatcat Ice Cream Bar

Fellow easties got it lucky with Fatcat Ice Cream Bar. Here, your fluffy waffles are black in colour and you have a shot of salted egg yolk sauce to drizzle over the unique creation. Pick the ice cream you want (butter beer’s a popular choice), then relish.
Fatcat Ice Cream Bar, Block 416, #01-25 Bedok North Avenue 2, Singapore 460416

The Populus Coffee & Food Co.

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Conceptualised by the folks behind Department of Caffeine, you can hardly go wrong with The Populus’ standard of coffee and other beverages. The Populus also offers a tantalising buttermilk waffle that goes along with its sweet sundaes such as lemon & white chocolate sundae, dark chocolate sundae and strawberry sundae.
The Populus Coffee & Food Co., 146 Neil Rd, Singapore 088875

Sunday Folks

End your weekend with a bang by visiting Sunday Folks at Chip Bee Gardens and enjoy its wonderful selection of delicious desserts – using raw natural ingredients and homemade toppings. Here, you can go simple by getting its delectable waffle with soft serve! While they only offer one type of waffle, you can spice it up by matching your waffle with flavourful soft serve. Our recommendation: waffle with Earl Grey Soft Serve – yummy indeed!
Sunday Folks, #01-52, Chip Bee Gardens, 44 Jalan Merah Saga, Singapore 278116

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