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(Closed) Slappy Cakes (The Grandstand)

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Slappy Cakes has become one of the most popular breakfast spots due to its uniqueoffering of a one-of-a-kind dining experience where you can make your own pancake on the table that makes it a fun and interactive setting.

Mon - Fri: 10:00 - 21:30

Sat, Sun &: 08:00 - 21:30

+65 64651814
$12 based on 8 submissions
Breakfast (4 votes), Birthdays (3 votes), Brunch (3 votes)
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Fun fun fun!

Came with the girls after USS

And what can i say the whole experience was super fun, 

making your own pancakes with sauces and different clours

brilliant!

now all they need is to put on a nice draft beer and have free water


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• 23 Jul 2014 • 29 reviews • 1 follower

Fun fun fun!

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Came with the girls after USS

And what can i say the whole experience was super fun, 

making your own pancakes with sauces and different clours

brilliant!

now all they need is to put on a nice draft beer and have free water


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• 22 Jul 2014 • 0 review • 0 follower

DIY your own pancakes (Just eating it is too mainstream)

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Full blog post at http://mons-diary.blogspot.sg/2014/02/diy-your-own-pancakes-slappy-cakes.html

I really love this new and unique concept of drawing your own pancakes and then eating it! 
 It really brings the dining experience to a whole new level! Not only is it perfect for family outings with kids, but it can also be a fun and interesting session with a group of friends where you can share your talent and drawing ideas on the dining stove. 
 
 At Slappy Cakes, you can order from 5 different pancakes batter flavours - Buttermilk, whole grain, peanut butter, chocolate, zucchini for $8 each! It would be perfect for groups of 4 or more as you get to try out different flavours. 
 
 We ordered Buttermilk (The essential one for pancake), Chocolate (for the colours), and Peanut butter. 
 
 Although the pancakes were not super fantastic, I think that the creative concept compensated for the quality. But I feel that it could have been a much better experience if the pancake colour choices can be expanded and provide us with a variety of colours - perhaps pink for Strawberry flavour, green for Pandan, etc etc. After all, the colours were only limited to beige and brown, which could add up to a rather dull image if not for the toppings added. 
 
 I am quite satisfied with the topping choices given which ranged from sweet to savoury and included my favourite ones like Strawberries, nuts, whip cream, and more. Savoury bits include bacon bits, cheddar cheese, roasted mushroom as well! You will definitely be spoilt for choice! And toppings start from $1.50 only.
 
 Overall, I enjoyed myself to the fullest and I can't wait to be back for more! Surprisingly, not mainly for the food but the FUN!  
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• 03 Mar 2014 • 16 reviews • 0 follower

Let the fun of making pancake begins!

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For details, visit http://gingybite.blogspot.sg/2014/03/slappy-cakes.html
Time to let your imagination run wild and may the fun of making pan cake begins! First, you choose the pancake batter. They offer an assortment of batter such as the buttermilk, wholegrain, peanut butter, chocolate and zucchini. Next, you choose fixing; they provide both sweet and savory options for fixings. At last, you make your own pancake!
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