Tried Of Your Regular Waffles? Check Out This Cafe For Their Famous Taro Waffles!

Froth Cafe goes the extra mile to infuse unique Asian flavors into each dish and all of their ingredients are homemade, down to the last detail. You’ll sure to be wowed by the extensive range of mains they serve. Also, not forgetting their signature Yam waffles, which have also won the hearts of many with its beauty.

Minty Cool Lime – $5.50

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A refreshing drink which added a good twist to the Japanese Sencha. The tea evoked a sweet and pleasant aroma with a great minty finish.

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The Cappuccino had a pleasant blend and well, a good cup of coffee never hurts!

Doritos Crusted Winglets – $11.90

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Oh, the great Doritos!
For those who are concerned about getting your fingers dirty, you’ll be happy to know that they are boneless! The wings are first marinated with their house sauce, before sending them to the oven and then coated with the almighty Doritos chips before serving. The dish had a good blend of spicy and salty flavors, something about that which reminded me of Mexican food.

Mixed Mushroom Tempura – S$9.90

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This bowl of perfection was huge and they were still juicy even after deep frying, reminding me fondly of the ones they sell at Shi Lin Market. Best part? The mix mushrooms consist of Enoki, Shitake and Button mushrooms which would leave you spoilt for choice, even when you’re eating.

Siobak Aglio Olio – S$20.90

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This is the epitome of infusing Asian flavors into the usual Western dish. The Agio Olio was lightly tossed with chilli, and the pasta were so springy! We had a chat with the chef, and he told us how he made everything in this dish from scratch, even down to the candied bacon (Bak Kwa) which left us in awe. The Sio Bak (Chinese roasted pork) was really crispy, yet the meat was so tender and juicy. At first glance, the prices may seem a little exorbitant but it is definitely justified with the amount of effort spent perfecting the dish.

Yuan Yang Risotto (Choice of two flavors in a bowl) – S$28.90

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(Truffle mushroom served with Enoki Tempura and Squid Ink served with Deep Fried Squid)

Everyone loves a good bowl of Risotto. What’s more, you get to customize the flavors! We opted for the Truffle mushroom and the Squid Ink, and the chef was really generous with the portions served. The risotto could have been more al dente, but overall I still loved the texture of the risotto rice and how both flavors fused together.

Taro waffles served with Earl Grey Ice-cream – S$12.90

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This dessert has aesthetically proven to be VERY Instagram-worthy. The waffles had more of a fluffy and slightly soft consistency, with taro infused right into the batter. We opted for the Earl Grey ice-cream which complemented the waffles really well! If you think that this combination would be immensely sweet, then you’re wrong! Other than the distinct taro flavors, the sweetness was moderate which was also another factor that caught our liking (Or rather, loving).

Froth Cafe
Ascott Raffles Place Singapore 
No. 2 Finlayson Green
Singapore 049247

Daily: 11:30am – 10pm

All images from Cassandra (@cforcassan)

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Cassandra is a professional glutton and a lifestyle blogger who is always chasing the latest food trends in town. She documents her gastronomical adventures on her blog (www.cforcassan.com) and on her Instagram page (@cforcassan)