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Strictly Pancakes (Siglap)

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Strictly Pancakes as its name suggests specializes in all kinds of pancakes from the classic pancakes with maple syrup and butter to the savoury with garlic prawns to the sweet chocolate pancakes with ice cream.

Mon: 18:00 - 22:00

Tue - Thu: 11:30 - 22:00

Fri: 11:30 - 00:00

Sat: 10:00 - 16:00

Sat: 18:00 - 00:00

Sun: 10:00 - 16:00

Sun: 18:00 - 22:00

+65 64487332
$18 based on 7 submissions
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if you crave pancakes in Siglap

I wouldn't say this place serves awesome pancakes, nor would I say they are bad. For what they are, they're priced on the high side, and sometimes taste a bit "plastic" but they are better than what I could whip up at home. Suggest you get a medium or short stack with salted butter (don't get the garlic herb) and bacon and scrambled eggs. Get a large if you want to share.

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• 21 Apr 2015 • 26 reviews • 3 followers

if you crave pancakes in Siglap

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I wouldn't say this place serves awesome pancakes, nor would I say they are bad. For what they are, they're priced on the high side, and sometimes taste a bit "plastic" but they are better than what I could whip up at home. Suggest you get a medium or short stack with salted butter (don't get the garlic herb) and bacon and scrambled eggs. Get a large if you want to share.
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• 23 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Disappoinment abounds

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A fairly complicated ordering process coupled with an audaciously long wait for the dishes to arrive, despite the empty cafe. Utensils and cups are stained with smidgens and food residues. Ambience was frightfully silent, with no background activity of staff checking on customers (for the benefit of doubt, there really wasn't anyone to check on actually. But, that doesn't explain the lack of attention to my order and the waiting time) On a quiet weekday evening, I had to wait for 20 minutes for 1 beef ball pancake set to arrive, and another 10 minutes more for my red velvet pancake set.
 
 The menu is separated into two categories, namely "Savory" and "Sweet". I decided to try both. With a set costing an average of $12-$15 on (sad to say) pancakes, those pancakes better taste like they were meant for royalty. To my disappointment, both was sickeningly cloy on the palate. And for reasons unknown, they were tasteless, bland and irksome. The beef balls had a texture that (I would imagine) resembles dry fibrous bark meant for kindling, and a sauce so thick and sickly but strangely taste of nothing. The red velvet was sweet beyond belief, a hospital admission due to diabetes was staring at me from the plate. Melting inferior "vanilla" ice cream on lukewarm pancakes with a clumsy dusting of red sugar hearts really wasn't appetizing. The melted ice cream made everything soggy like a wet sock and the sugar hearts were swimming in the vanilla pool.
 
 I have one thing to say, "Return my money". I will not be hungry for more at your cafe.
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• 21 Dec 2014 • 34 reviews • 0 follower

Give a twist to your pancakes!

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Eat your pancakes with style at Strictly Pancakes, i love the strong garlic in the garlic buttered prawn pancakes. To find out more, you may visit: http://colourfulpalates.blogspot.sg/2014/12/strictly-pancakes-strictly-good-food.html 
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