[Sponsored] Singapore goes ga-ga for brunch, and with its crispy-on-the-outside and moist-on-the-inside appeal, waffles are the apex of the brunch experience. It doesn’t hurt that they come with decadent toppings like berries, chocolate, ice cream or the works.
At these five cafes, you’ll never have to queue again to get your waffle fix—if you book through Chope.
No one does savory waffles better than the American South. At this bourbon-centric bar and restaurant, the chicken and waffles are second to none—and of course, an excellent hangover cure. The waffles are super fluffy, and the buttermilk-fried chicken is tender. Plus, who can resist a generous glug of bourbon maple butter sauce? Book now!
Located next to an unassuming kopitiam near Henderson, this cafe is worth the trek. The cutesy place does wonderful renditions of locally inspired waffles like their signature ondeh ondeh waffles with ice cream, as well as their much Instagrammed red velvet waffles. Oh, and it’s all halal, too. Book now!
This cool Duxton Hill cafe checks all the boxes: recycled wood interiors, Instagram-worthy desserts, wicked salads and killer waffles. They’ve got super indulgent Valrhona chocolate waffles topped with strawberries and butterscotch ice cream drizzled with raspberry sauce. But if you’re craving something savory, order the sundried tomato and herb waffles with fried chicken, a fried egg and mayo. Book now!
The all-American diner is no stranger to amazing waffle concoctions. The waffles are always crisp on the outside and moist on the inside. Choose from seven different variations, with toppings like salted caramel sauce and truffle scrambled eggs. They’ve also got a waffle BLT. Need we say more? Book now!
A perennial favorite with the brunch crowd in Singapore, this pretty cafe serves up some mean—you guessed—waffles. Given the local chef pedigree, the waffles here are extra-elaborate: Belgian waffles with grilled mangoes, blueberries and coconut cream, and Caribbean waffles with coconut, passionfruit creme patisserie, sliced bananas and toasted coconut flakes. Book now!
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