Asian Rad Afters is a dessert shop from Osaka, Japan, that sells bubble waffles.

Its first outlet in Singapore opened on June 19, 2019.

This is their only overseas outlet.

Tiffany blue shophouse

The outlet is a shophouse with a distinct tiffany blue exterior in Bali Lane, Bugis.

But it’s not just the exterior — the entire cafe is painted and furnished in tiffany blue with gold accents as well.

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Some might say it looks more green than blue.

But still chio.

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Super instagrammable cafe to visit if you are looking for somewhere to hang out this weekend.

However, it does not look like a big place, so we foresee a rather tight squeeze in the shop.

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Bubble waffles

The cafe offers a variety of bubble waffles cost around S$12 to S$13.

Kaya, instead of custard, is used to make the waffles in Singapore.

There are also two flavours exclusive to Singapore ⁠— Peranakan Road and Little SouQ, which costs S$12.50 and S$13 respectively.

Little SouQ is a scoop of Thai tea ice cream wrapped in chocolate bubble waffle and finished off with several toppings.

Here’s how it looks:

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Peranakan Road consists of a scoop of coconut ice cream wrapped in bubble waffles and some tropical fruit toppings.

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The cafe also offers ice tea at S$4.80, fruit cup at S$8.50, and ice-cream in single and double scoops at S$4.50 and S$8.50 respectively.

There are four different flavours of ice tea — Princess Yang Kweifei, Kuta Beach, Arabian Nights, Bonsai Citrus (from left to right).

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Where to go

Address: 33 Bali Lane, Singapore 189869
Opening Hours: Wednesday – Sunday, 11:30am – 7pm

The cafe is closed on every Monday and Tuesday but opens on public holidays.

About Zhangxin Zheng

Zhangxin’s favourite pastime is singing Mulan’s soundtrack in the mangrove forests. She hopes to perfect the art of napping in a hammock in the mangroves without being drowned by rising sea levels.





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