If you get pleasure from pancakes, this is for you.
Kyushu Pancake Cafe, which has retailers in Japan, Taiwan, and Singapore, is opening a 2nd regional outlet at Junction 8.
According to hoardings that Mothership noticed at the shopping mall, the outlet is scheduled to open in July.
Kyushu Pancake Cafe’s pancakes are denser than the stylish wobbly soufflé pancakes that are all the rage correct now. They are produced with seven unique grains that are harvested from Kyushu province, Japan:
- Wheat from Oita Prefecture,
- Sprouted brown rice from Aya, Miyazaki,
- Millet from Unzen, Nagasaki,
- Pressed barley from Saga Prefecture,
- Purple rice and crimson glutinous rice from Kumamoto Prefecture and Fukuoka Prefecture,
- Non-glutinous rice from Kagoshima
The model also prides alone on its pancake combine that is free from emulsifiers, synthetic fragrances, additives, and processed starch.
Offerings by Kyushu Pancake Cafe contain the Matcha Tiramisu Pancake (S$16) — served with brown sugar mascarpone cheese, matcha sauce, and vanilla ice cream — and the Croque Madame Pancake (S$19) which arrives with honey-baked ham, sautéed onions, baked potatoes, a sunny facet up, béchamel sauce, mustard, and yard greens.
Savoury selections involve the Smoked Salmon Burger (S$11.90) which contains smoked salmon, onion, lettuce, tomato, and hash browns sandwiched among two pancakes, and the BLT Burger (S$11.90) which has thick-sliced honey-baked ham, lettuce, tomato, and hash browns.
Click below to verify out its total menu.
If you are interested, Kyushu Pancake Cafe has released a contest in conjunction with the opening of its new outlet. The winner receives to get home a restricted-edition Kyushu Pancake tote bag.
Kyushu Pancake Cafe’s proprietary pancake combine can also be bought on Shopee and Lazada:
Major graphic credit score: Joshua Lee, @lyontan/Instagram