Suntec City has carved out an entirely new F&B section at the basement (find the famous money changer and head below).

Food entrants include a Hokkaido Matcha Specialty Shop 108 Matcha Saro, Singapore’s first Halal-certified Taiwanese Bubble Tea – TP Tea and Halal-certified Fluff Stack.

Yes, this is yet another pancake shop in Singapore.

The pretty and dainty 40 seater space is decked in a pink and white furnishing with hanging bespoke lighting.

As their name implies, Fluff Stack specialises in fluffy stacks of soufflé pancakes, similar to the ones found at Gram Cafe & Pancakes.

Using a self-service system at Fluff Stack, diners will be given a receipt with a queue number stated on it upon making an order at the counter.

A basic double-stacked Souffle Pancakes start from $8.80 that comes with honey butter, maple syrup and Chantilly cream.

They differentiate themselves from other soufflé pancake shop with the option to add toppings such as Coconut Sago ($0.80), Hazelnut Chocolate ($1.50), Gula Melaka Boba ($1.50) and Fruits ($2 – $2.80).

Apart from the Classic Souffle Pancakes ($8.80), 4 other flavours are available, namely Oolong Souffle Pancakes ($9.80), Strawberry Cheese Souffle Pancakes ($12.80), Hazelnut Chocolate Souffle Pancakes ($13.80) and Mango Passionfruit Souffle Pancakes ($14.80).

Seems like the Oolong Souffle Pancakes ($9.80) with oolong cream and gula melaka boba was the best seller because it was sold out early during the weekends.

Photo credit: Lewis Tan @juicyfingers

Expect long waiting time during peak hours as each batch of soufflé pancakes requires about 15 minutes to prepare.

The end-product is a stack of wobbly stacked soufflé pancakes. (And you know many order pancakes for that Instagram / Boomerang video).

The texture of the soufflé pancakes was soft, fluffy and airy, similar to a cotton candy.

I found that the taste of the eggs was more prominent than the soufflé pancakes shops in Singapore, somewhat like a lighter and smaller version of a Castella Cake.

The addition of sliced strawberries, strawberries coulis and cream cheese in the case of the Strawberry Cheese Souffle Pancakes ($12.80) helped balance the taste with more tangy-fruitiness.

This combination reminded me of a Strawberry shortcake, if you eat with your eyes closed.

The price at Fluff Stack is on the higher side.

In contrast, the Strawberry Pancake at Riz Labo Kitchen had taller, bigger pancakes with more toppings and ice cream.

The most expensive item on the menu is the Mango Passionfruit Souffle Pancakes ($14.80) which comes with Coconut Sago, Passionfruit compote, Chantilly cream and half a slice of honey mango.

Resembled a Thai Mango Sticky Rice dessert.

I enjoyed the Coconut sago generously coated with the fragrant coconut milk, which added some creaminess and chewiness to the soufflé pancakes.

The texture is enhanced by the passionfruit seeds within the compote which added some crunchiness.

Ironically, the honey mango turned out to be more sour than sweet.

Fluff Stack is an ideal place (with all the pink and the bling) for a friend’s outing or date, especially with light and pretty desserts that may capture hearts.

Fluff Stack
Suntec City Mall #B1-K4, 3 Temasek Boulevard, Singapore 038983
Opening Hours: 11am – 9:30pm (Sun – Thurs), 11am – 9:45pm (Fri – Sat)

Other Outlets:
Northpoint: 1 NorthPoint Drive, Northpoint City #02-115 Singapore 769098
Westgate: 3 Gateway Drive, #B1-K1/K4, Westgate, Singapore 608532
Tampines 1: 10 Tampines Central 1, #01-31 Tampines 1, Singapore 529536 (Opening end April 2021)

Other Related Entries
Gram Cafe & Pancakes Singapore (Vivocity)
108 Matcha Saro (Suntec City)
Nirvana Dessert Café (Arab Street)
A Beautiful Day (Changi City Point)
Walking On Sunshine (Orchard Central)

* Written by Nicholas Tan @stormscape who loves all things [NEW]. DFD paid for food reviewed unless otherwise stated.


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