Kyushu Pancake arrives in Singapore
After expanding to Taiwan, Japanese cafe Kyushu Pancake has arrived in Singapore, with a 42-seat outlet opening on May 11.
With its industrial-style decor, the store will feature the brand’s signature pancakes made from seven different kinds of Kyushu-grown grains. Its flour mix is free from gluten, emulsifiers and artificial additives, and made up of quality brown rice, pressed barley, purple rice and red glutinous rice from all over Japan.
Recommended dishes include the buttermilk classic served with homemade white-wine honey-and-fruit syrup, salted caramel French toast with vanilla ice cream, matcha azuki waffle topped with red bean and ice cream, and eggs benedict pancake, complete with tomatoes, asparagus, bacon and hollandaise sauce, reports Coconuts Singapore.
For matcha lovers, there will be the Montblanc with matcha mousse, fresh cream and vanilla ice cream, and tiramisu covered in matcha powder and sauce.
There will also be matcha lattes, fruit teas and milk teas.
Kyushu Pancake will be at Novena Regency in Thomson Rd.
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