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Belinda's Traditional Pancake

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Located along AMK Ave 1, Belinda's Traditional Pancake serves dishes like Pancake.

Closed on Mon, Sat & Sun: 6.30am - 2.00pm, Tue to Fri: 6.30am - 1.30pm

+65 96846155
$3 based on 14 submissions
Breakfast (4 votes), Take Away (4 votes), Brunch (3 votes)
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Very good. cheap and simple food.

Very good. cheap and simple food. Putu Mayam was great.
But would I queue with 8 customer in front of me? Probably Not, since I stay very near the place. :-)

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  • Thick Pancakes2 votes
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• 20 Apr 2014 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Very good. cheap and simple food.

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Very good. cheap and simple food. Putu Mayam was great.
But would I queue with 8 customer in front of me? Probably Not, since I stay very near the place. :-)
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• 12 Oct 2012 • 21 reviews • 0 follower

Sometime crispy, sometime not.

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Bought from this stall a few times recently after my 1st try long time ago.
My 1st experience was not good as the crispy cheese cone pancake was thick and not crispy at all. But after trying out a few times again recently I find it not bad so decided to rewrite my review to be fair to them.
The crispy cone will only be crispy if you eat it hot and if possible try to request the auntie to make it crispier but that mean you need to wait for around 10 mins for the new batch.
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• 29 Mar 2012 • 1 review • 3 followers

Don't say you tried traditional pancake until you've eaten this...

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Munch the cone shaped crispy pancake with peanut and cheese....wow...very nice...definitely a must try food item I would strongly recommend....and economical...
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