2020 been a year of staying grounded and cancelled holiday plans for most of us and while we may feel restless, itching to cross borders, Typhoon has taken the lead to transport us to Taiwan. It has recently opened its second outlet in Bugis+, with its interior simulating a hole-in-the-wall cafe along Taiwan’s quaint Fujian Cafe Street.
In conjunction with the opening, Typhoon will be launching a new Typhoon Cocktail series for diners to enjoy a sip (or three) of their favourite bubble tea with alcohol! At $14.90++, have your pick from 11 new drinks with alcohol selections such as Gin, Vodka, Kahlua and more.
A crowd-pleaser is its Spiked Pearl Milk Tea; featuring the quintessential home-brewed Taiwanese milk tea with chewy tapioca pearls and top it off with a choice of vodka or sweet kahlua. Another must-try is the Sweet Gin; a spinoff of Typhoon’s ever-popular Sweet Potato Fresh Milk, now topped with a dash of Gin.
Cocktail enthusiasts can opt for the Tropical Passion Fruit Vodka, or the Majestic Gin with Mango Peach; both featuring a fruity tea base, assorted fruits complemented with vodka or gin. These drinks will be available in both Bugis+ and Plaza Singapura outlets from 18 January 2021.
Typhoon brings the “Taste of Taiwan” to the heart of Singapore with a concept that unifies Taiwan’s unparalleled flavours, obsession for artisan fruit teas and larger-than-life desserts set in cafe-style comfort.
Diners can expect to complete an entire meal with iconic dishes from the famed food capital like Classic Lu Rou Fan, Oyster Omelette to decadently adorned chocolate flavoured Hell Valley Volcano, which comes complete with a blondie, and flavoursome fruit teas.
Typhoon is designed to simulate a hole-in-the-wall cafe along Taiwan’s quaint Fujian Cafe Street; the casual unpretentious restaurant is perfect for any time of the day from quick lunches for student or professionals to afternoon high teas and even after work casual dinner with one’s family.
Calling all soufflé pancake fans! One of Japan’s most beloved and iconic pancake chains, Flipper’s will make its debut in Southeast Asia with a flagship store at Takashimaya Shopping Centre this November.
The brand that originated in Tokyo in 2014 is a cult favourite that trailblazed the soufflé pancake trend in Japan and around the world.
With international presence in New York, Hong Kong, Taiwan and Seoul, Flipper’s is set to impress local customers with its inimitable kiseki or ‘miracle’ pancake that sets it apart from its competitors.
Utterly fluffy, pillow-soft and melt-in-the-mouth, each artisanal soufflé pancake is made using a precise recipe. The soufflé pancakes are so delicate that they are served with two forks as part of Flipper’s signature experience.
The Singapore flagship store will offer both sweet and savoury favourites from Flipper’s classic menu.
Kyushu Pancake is back after a short break and is now open at Holland Village.
Only the finest natural ingredients are used in the the Kyushu Pancake flour mix. Ranging from the Wheat from Oita Prefecture, fertiliser free, Aigoma farmed Sprouted brown rice in Aya, Miyazaki, Millet from Unzen, Nagasaki, Pressed barley from Saga Prefecture, the legendary purple rice and red glutinuous rice from Kumamoto and Fukuoka Prefecture, Non glutinuous rice from Kagoshima and the famed raw sugar from Okinawa and Kagoshima.
Kyushu Pancake flour mix is free of emulsifier, artificial fragrant and additives or processed starch. So, the products are good and safe for everyone, even suitable for young kids.
Fluff Stack at Suntec City is run by pancake enthusiasts, for pancake connoisseurs. With exacting science and unbridled passion, Fluff Stack brings you the fluffiest and lightest pancakes in the world. Not only will you be on cloud nine, you will be tasting it too!
Their secret recipe is lean and wholly focused on the ingredients. They choose eggs only of a certain weight, and marry them with especially silky Japanese flour. The result? Fresh, featherweight pancakes made upon order, only at around 50 grams each.
Say hello to the iconic Gram Café & Pancakes from Osaka with their famous long queues, set to stir up a soufflé pancake storm in Singapore! You’ve seen them all over: mesmerizing, wobbly towers of incredibly fluffy pancakes. Now, you get to taste them. Hailing from Osaka, Japan, the most famous soufflé pancakes specialist, Gram Café & Pancakes has finally arrived at VivoCity.
At Gram, pancakes are passion. As the original of all Japanese Instagrammable soufflé pancakes, Gram serves up impossibly fluffy Japanese pancakes you will soon be obsessed with. Smell them before you see them. Walk into Gram and the first thing you will notice is the strong and irresistible aroma of butter and sweet maple syrup which will unwittingly pull you into the mood for their pancakes.
Pancakes at Gram are slow-cooked on low heat and whipped full of air, resulting in a fluffy texture befitting of a cloud or cotton candy. They are delicious in their simplicity, depending only on premium ingredients, masterful technique, and a bit of butter and syrup to make the pancakes shine.
Soft, airy and oh-so-fluffy, Gram’s soufflé pancakes are a pancake connoisseur’s dream come true. When served, three lofty wobbly discs are stacked altogether making an impressive tower of gravity-defying pancakes. Watch them jiggle and dance captivatingly in front of you before you dig in.
Dedicated in making you a great cup of coffee to your liking, JAB Coffee Co. at Raffles City offers a range of Speciality Coffees which are sourced from roasters selected to meet their strictest standards.
JAB Coffee Co. coffee are complemented with their handcrafted selection of Gourmet Toasts, Souffle Pancakes and Granola Yogurt Parfaits which are bound to pamper your taste buds.
Liang Sandwich Bar, a pancake brand and the number 1 scallion pancake seller in China is now open in Vivocity. The chain has an impressive 12,000+ outlets in China, Japan, South Korea, Canada and the United States.
Taiwanese musician and one of the most popular Asian celebrities, Jay Chou, is Liang Sandwich Bar's brand ambassador.
Crafting perfect scallion pancakes since 2004; customers can now taste their Chicken Bolognese Sandwich, Tuna Mayo Sandwich, Chicken Floss Sandwich, Cheese & Egg Sandwich and more, offered at their Singapore flagship outlet.
Slappy Cakes is a fun, make-your-own (or DIY) dining concept for friends, families and diners of all ages to make their own pancakes. Their 3rd & latest outlet is now open in Plaza Singapura; bringing their "Make Your Own Pancakes, Right At Your Table" concept to town area and closer to more patrons.
Slappy Cakes' concept allows diners to customise their pancakes using built-in griddles at their table with bottles of batter to continue the fun. Its menu reads like a decadent wish-list, featuring a wide array of sweet and savoury “fixins” (crispy bacon, chocolate chips, and blueberries) laid out in gravy boats. Slappy Cakes is committed to making everything from scratch daily, using local, sustainable and organic produce and engaging local and regional vendors for its ingredients.
For those seeking for something outside pancakes, Slappy Cakes have more than just pancakes. Check out their new menu. Savour delectable dishes such as Black Angus Beef Sirloin, Seafood Aglio Olio, Slappy Classic Breakfast and Waffle & Duck.
Tsuruhashi Fugetsu is Osaka's number one okonomiyaki (Japanese vegetable pancake) restaurant with the largest number of outlets! With 80 restaurants across Japan, Korea, Taiwan and America, Tsuruhashi Fugetsu has become a household name amongst gourmands all over the world.
Tsuruhashi Fugetsu's okonomiyaki batter, tossed with a generous amount of fresh cabbage, is perfectly grilled over low heat. The result? Soft, fluffy Japanese pancakes voted by Tsunagu Japan as one of the Top 15 Must-Try versions in Osaka.
Canberra's famed (and aptly named) Freakshakes have finally reached our shores. Set in Raffles Holland V, the new building across the road from Holland Village, Patissez will win sugarholics over with their over the top milkshakes.
Home of the original Freakshakes from Canberra, AU. Pop by for the authentic experience from down under. All-day hearty breakfast, burgers and shakes.
Kyushu Pancake Singapore presents their unique menu offerings, made from the Kyushu Pancake flour base, combined with fresh fruits and dairy products to create uniquely pancake cuisines with great taste.
Only the finest natural ingredients are used in the the Kyushu Pancake flour mix. Ranging from the Wheat from Oita Prefecture, fertiliser free, Aigoma farmed Sprouted brown rice in Aya, Miyazaki, Millet from Unzen, Nagasaki, Pressed barley from Saga Prefecture, the legendary purple rice and red glutinuous rice from Kumamoto and Fukuoka Prefecture, non glutinuous rice from Kagoshima and the famed raw sugar from Okinawa and Kagoshima. Kyushu Pancake strive to merry the producers from Kyushu province to the end users by exhibiting the pride of the region in the finest products they want to showcase to the world from Kyushu, Japan. Kyuhsu Pancake wants to impress with their products and put a smile on everyone’s face and create lasting memories.
They strongly believes in maintaining the perfect balance of giving good taste and quality but without compromising the safety of their consumers. The flour mix is free of emulsifier, artificial fragrant and additives or processed starch. So, the products are good and safe for everyone, even suitable for young kids.
9Goubuli, a celebrated dining establishment in China, is opening its very first international outlet at Marina Bay Sands.
Steeped in history, with the original recipes dating back to 1858, Goubuli gained global fame over time for its baozi – the delicate handmade steamed buns with a soupy filling using half leavened dough and bursting with flavours from the North of China.
Goubuli in Tianjin already has a steady fan-base and is a must amongst visitors to the city, including global dignitaries and leading entertainment personalities.
Enjoy a comprehensive menu serving up hand-crafted buns, dumplings by the team of Baozi Masters and traditional soup, handpulled noodles, Cantonese roast and seafood dishes prepared by seasoned Chefs.
You will also be impressed with staples such as the Steam Xiao Long Bao, Pan-Fried Buns with Pork Stuffing, Onion Pancake and Shanghainese Wonton in Red Oil Vinegar.
The 3,811 square feet restaurant is designed to cater for family dinners, corporate functions or a quiet meal for a small group. The three private dining rooms are perfect for a celebration during the festive seasons or special occasions. The culinary team is also open to customizing menus to suit different palates. 9Goubuli’s warm ambience is completed with dark wooden motif wood paneling, oriental furniture, marble-top tables and beautiful table-setting.