Singapore Eats: Plentyfull

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Cuisine: Patisserie, Cafe

Location: Millenia Walk
Price range: £££



Singapore Eats: Creamery Boutique Ice Creams

Creamery Boutique Ice Creams

Cuisine: Dessert, Cafe.

Location: Tyrwhitt street.
Price range: ££

Creamery Boutique Ice Creams is tucked away on Tyrwhitt street and is famous for its own speciality, the Original Hot Cookie.  The large windows, bright space and open kitchen concept create a modern, homey experience and makes it perfect to catch up with friends and family after a long week. The menu offers 5 decadent cookies which are served hot in a pan and are paired with the perfect homemade ice cream with the guidance of the friendly staff, who do everything in order for you to have the best hot cookie experience. Favourites include the Brownie cookie, Monster Matcha Lava Cookie and the incredibly creamy Banoffee, Milo Dinosaur and Thai tea ice cream… all concocted with love.  The Original Hot Cookies are best enjoyed along with tasty drinks – ranging from the rich lychee smoothie to the Affogato, which when paired with the baby milk ice cream creates a contrasting colour ideal for the perfect insta shot.

Worth ordering: The Brownie Cookie topped off with the Too Much So Matcha ice cream and the Affagato paired with the Baby Milk Icecream

Singapore Eats: Sunday Folks




Sunday Folks

Cuisine:  Cafe
Location: Chip Bee Gardens, Jalan Merah Saga.
Price range: ££

Located close to Holland Village, nestled in  Chip Bee Garden (home to a stretch of gourmet cafes and restaurants), Sunday Folks is no stranger to café hopers. The local Cafe famed for its dessert combines trendy decor with a laid back vibe and friendly service. The Folks here serve some of the best waffles in the city, topped with tall soft serve ice cream and toppings of your choice. This café is one to go to satisfy your waffle cravings and catch up with friends over the weekend.

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Singapore Eats: Brownice



Cuisine: Vegan Cafe

Location: East Coast
Price range: ££

Upper Thomas Road is perfect for cafe hopping, if you wander around the area, you will discover many cafe including this Vegan spot!  A very relaxing atmosphere with chill music and friendly staff, it is a good place to catch up and unwind with friends or family after a long week. The quality of the desserts, and its portions are the perfect size for a post lunch treat.

What to order: Brownie served with Hazelnut ice cream


Singapore Eats: Paddington House of Pancakes  



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Cuisine: Pancake House

Location: Little India, Singapore

Price Range: £££

Conveniently located in City Square Mall, PHOP serves up a scrumptious selection of up to 100 sweet and savoury crepes, inspired by a wide range of regions including Russia, China, Australia, France and the U.S. From mushroom & cheese hashbrown or grilled sea bass & creamy chipotle sauce galettes in the savoury selection, to Nutella or oreo, chocolate and peanut butter crepes in the sweet selection. Perfect to catch up with friends over the weekend and discover savoury and sweet crepes from around the world.

Worth ordering: Start off with the savoury California pancakes and for dessert Chocolate & Peanut Butter Crepe Roll served with Ice Cream to split.


Singapore Eats: Little House of Dreams

Little House of Dreams

Cuisine:  Bakery, Cafe
Location: Dempsey Hill, Singapore
Price Range: ££

Situated within the old world charm and lush greenery of Dempsey Hill, Little House of Dreams is a bakery specialising in customised cakes and cookies. Pink is the main thematic colour for the cafe, with cosy décor and swing chairs in the alfresco dining area. Stop by after a meal at one of Dempsey’s many restaurants for dessert.

Worth Ordering: Rainbow cake & waffles topped with fish food & caramel ice cream

Singapore Eats: Benjamin Browns

Benjamin Browns

Cuisine: Bistro
Location: Forum (Orchard)
Price range: £££

This cosy little cafe at the Forum on Orchard Road has become reputable for its desserts.  Think flowing lava cakes, waffles,  Nutella rimmed milkshake jars and more. Their most famous milkshake, Nutella Banana is well worth the wait. Served in a Nutella-rimmed mason jar, the shake is topped up with whipped cream and studded with chocolate wafers, sugar biscuits and mini pretzels. Not only is the aesthetic and presentation of the milkshake beautiful, but the quality and portion are lighter than it appears.

What to order: Nutella Banana 

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