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.