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Sunday Folks

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Sunday Folks is a dessert restaurant featuring a soft-serve dessert concept located in the heart of Chip Bee Gardens. It serves mainly just 6 flavours of sof serve ice-cream and range of cakes which changes routinely as well as their famous crsip eggy waffles too.

Tue - Fri: 16:00 - 21:30

Sat - Sun: 12:00 - 22:00

Closed: Mon

+65 64799166
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Delicious waffles

Tried their signature waffles with roasted pistachio soft serve. The waffles were great even on their own. It's a bit too crowded for my liking, but still a vibrant place for a casual hangout nonetheless. The polished yet cosy interior makes up for the ambience.

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  • Roasted Pistachio Soft Serve3 votes
  • gula melaka soft serve2 votes
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09 Mar 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

Delicious waffles

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Tried their signature waffles with roasted pistachio soft serve. The waffles were great even on their own. It's a bit too crowded for my liking, but still a vibrant place for a casual hangout nonetheless. The polished yet cosy interior makes up for the ambience.
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03 Dec 2014 • 30 reviews • 0 follower

Waffles!

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I love their waffles! I ordered waffles with sea salt gula melaka ice cream while my friend ordered roasted pistachio. As you take a bite on the waffle, the inside is not 'airy' at all as what my friend would have said. The texture is just right - chewy and good! I hope to go back to try out other flavors next time! 

Review here: http://nickeatfood.blogspot.sg/2014/12/review-sunday-folks.html
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01 Dec 2014 • 25 reviews • 13 followers

THIRD TRIP LUCKY TO SUNDAY FOLKS

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Perseverance is a virtue, and so I'm going to (in)directly compliment myself for actually trying to go to Sunday Folks for three times before successfully earning a table in this highly coveted ice-cream and waffles cafe. Moral of the story: don't bother going if you're thinking of dropping by anytime after 8pm because the queue will be too long. Perhaps at least in the near future. Now that we've gotten in after valiant efforts, let's find out if this superhyped waffle-ice-cream is really that good!I'm going straight down to comparing it with Creamier which has a strikingly similar concept with Sunday Folks. You can think of Sunday Folks as the more exuberant cousin of Creamier, located at a fancier neighbourhood flanked by The Butcher and Bistro Petit Salut (versus good ol' heartland Toa Payoh). The interior is a hybrid between the elegance of Artisan Boulangerie Co. and grungy look of most underfurnished hipster cafes. Let's get down to the waffles: A petit waffle (ie. one) with ice-cream goes at $8.80. The popular Instagram vote for the ice-cream flavour is pistachio, so pistachio it is.Sunday Folks' signature waffles come with a definitely fancier presentation with photogenic fruits and the beautiful twirl of my pistachio ice-cream, but beyond the presentation I would have to say I preferred Creamier's, or Wimbly Lu's. The pistachio ice-cream was way too sweet than I would prefer even though there were nicely roasted pistachio bits to enjoy. The waffles were similar to Creamier's standard - well, sister branches - Sunday Folks's held up better and did not turn soggy as fast as Creamier's., and is similarly more of the crispy sort. Overall, I would say Creamier is crammier and less fancy but go for its better deal. In fact, if you aren't in the mood for waffles but just drooling for ice-cream, Daily Scoop serves a wider variety - and you don't have to wait for a seat. Overhyped? Slightly, But it's not too bad, but definitely not over-the-top "excellent" or "best".
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29 Oct 2014 • 5 reviews • 0 follower

Waffles

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Visited on a Saturday at their opening time (12pm!) because I've heard about this place being really crowded and all so I wanted to avoid queuing.

Ordered a waffle + pistachio soft serve for sharing. It was really delicious. Would definitely return to try the other flavours. Thumbs up!
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07 Sep 2014 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

Just Like Creamier

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Their roots is in frozen desserts and Sunday Folks certainly delivered!

Tried the Roasted Pistachio Soft Serve in a Charcoal Waffle Cone and also the Earl Grey Lavender Soft Serve with waffles. The price is higher than Creamier, but compared to Ben and Jerry's, it is still afforadable.

Great presentation in a very chill ammbience.

I am a big fan already.
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What to Eat
Bingsu ice shavings, sweet rice cakes and toasts invade the cafes here. Not typically offered in traditional Korean meals, desserts are served only during special occasions as refreshments, but in Singapore, the tables are turned