Therefore, I do not recommend ordering their hot pancakes for delivery if you want it for specific meal times.
Overall experience was pleasant and like most patrons, I got sold by the fluffy texture of Gram's Pancake.
Sure, it was good. Or at least, it was very unique, with not just its fluffiness but also its richness and a flour-y taste (in a good way). Granted, I only ate one bite so as to avoid all of the unnecessary carbs and sugar, but I'm glad to have tried it.
Granted, I only ate one bite so as to avoid all of the unnecessary carbs and sugar, but I'm glad to have tried it.
Really nice pancakes, and I got it at 9pm, which was 3 hours after the 6pm slot. The cafe felt packed together though, with a good number of seats within a limited space.
Set to launch at a later date, fans in Singapore will get first and exclusive dibs on a special Japanese Curry pancakes creation, designed to satisfy Singaporean palates.
The signature Premium Pancakes ($17.90) are prepared upon receipt of order, and limited to 3 times a day with 30 servings each time.
Without a doubt, it’s one of the best souffle pancakes I’ve had in Singapore, and definitely worth a try.
I also recommend to try French Toast of Chocolate Banana S$15.90.
While our experience at Gram Cafe & Pancakes was a little disappointing, there’s definitely no reason to not give this cafe a go.
I enjoy the Premium Pancakes and wouldn’t mind returning just for it.
If you can’t wait and are dying to have some pancakes already, ARTEA will delight with their uber aesthetic strawberry souffle pancakes that have taken over my Instagram feed.
The Tiramisu Pancakes ($15.90) had a more typical pancake texture, though the cocoa powder and light delicious cream made it a lot more appealing and enjoyable.
The soufflé pancakes come in a stack of three thick pieces. The cream-coloured goodie is cooked to order and served warm, and freshness is guaranteed.