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Hatter Street is a bakery and cafe serving comfort foods influenced by Asian culinary traditions. Cuisine is inspired by '''The Hatters"passion, creativity and spontaneity of Hatters life story, the food served, and the customer.
Hatter Street Bakehouse and Cafe is a new café having the Alice in the wonderland theme opened in the heartland of Kovan/Hougang. It serves coffee, ice cream and waffles and a small selection of cakes. They are known for their Pandan Gula Melaka waffle.
Hatter Street Bakehouse and Cafe is highly accessible as there are many HDB parking lots around the area and a bus stop right in front of the cafe. As the café do not have much seating space, it is usually packed with people. We have waited for about 30 minutes before securing our seats.
Since it has gotten its name after alice in the wonderland, the café was also decorated with scene of the fairytale.
Some of the cakes like brownies are placed in the cake display on the right to catch your attention. After looking, you will be tempted to order more than you need.
“It’s So Kumquet” is basically a lemon tart with sweet cream. It has a buttery, crunchy crust filled with delicious sweet-sour lemon custard surrounded by sweet cream. For sour lover (like me), you will find yourself enjoy this tart greatly.
YOLO was the new addition to the café cake selection. It consists of cream cheese, chocolate fudge, chocolate ganache, chocolate frosting, chocolate cake and vanilla cake. You will be overdosed with chocolate. The cake was slightly hard, but it was surprising not overly sweet.
Whoaffles ($8.90) were their best seller. It was meant to “wow” you with their waffles. Since it’s their best selling items, we have order the waffles with chocolate ice cream and chocolate sauce and the Pandan ice-cream with Gula Melaka. We have to wait for about 30 minutes before it was served. After a long wait, we can’t resist eating after smelling how fragrant the waffles were. Thus we started eating the chocolate waffles without waiting for the Pandan version.
The waffles were crispy with a strong “egg” flavor. The chocolate ice cream was rich in chocolate but tends to be too much after eating for long. For the pandan ice cream, it was aromatic and rich in flavor while the gula Melaka drizzled on top of it was really sweet.
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our kids brought us here and treated us to desserts. its nice. very friendly family atmosphere. waffle was freshly baked and the ice cream i believe is made by the cafe themselves. large generous scoop.
1 of the best waffles I ever ate love the panda ice cream with gula melaka sauce! ($8.90) the saw dust pudding is not bad too. We manage to get a seat fast without queuing before dinner rush hour. Nice waffles will visit again!