Little Pancakes located at the Upper Thomson area, serving miniature pancakes that are about 3 inches in diameter. Little Pancakes offers both sweet and savoury options on the menu. continue reading
Opening Hours
13:00 - 23:00
Wed - Fri
13:00 - 23:00
11:00 - 23:00
11:00 - 21:00
Other Info
Open Till Late
Restaurant Website
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Signature Dishes
Gimme S’more Oreos
Review (21)
We were on the lookout for pancake places in Singapore when we chanced upon Little Pancakes, a little shop on the ground level of an apartment along Upper Thomson Road. To be honest, it was the cute pancake pictures that attracted us. Interior The interior isn't big, with capacity maxing out at about 10+ pax or so but it has this cosy cafeish vibe to it; Dark walls, wooden furniture and cute little signs like the one above. Ordering and payment is done at the counter and your food will be served to you. Vanilla LatteNot a fan of coffee and know next to nothing about it so no comments on this. Big Fan Of All Day BreakfastWhat a mouthful! The name of the dish, that is. And it came with ten mini pancakes (side of syrup), scrambled eggs, a couple of mini sausages, potato salad and greens. The pancakes were soft with a little fluffiness and mildly sweet. Being snack sized, there was no issue of the flour being undercooked in the middle but I would have liked the accompanying syrup to be a tad thicker (tasted very similar to the hotcake syrup from McD). As for the scrambled eggs, it also tasted similar to what the golden arches serve albeit a little more moist while the sausages were well, your off the rack sausages. If that's insufficient, the creamy potato salad will fill you up real fast! Pretty decent. Chick & CheesyThis was essentially two layers of cheese sandwiched between two mini pancakes and topped off with mini sausage. Pretty decent and something that might appeal to your inner child. The only difference between this and the All Day Breakfast is the cheese, which comes in lieu of the scrambled eggs. Personal preference really but do note that this is slightly cheaper. BillBrunch for 3pax with drinks cost just over $41, which is relatively reasonable given that there is no service charge or GST. Food quality is decent (pancakes are above average) and miles better than Batter Fluffy Flaps in my humble opinion. Worth a stop if you are in the area but I wouldn't make a trip specially to eat here.Final Verdict:Ambience: 6.5/10Service: NA Food: 7/10 Value for money: 7/10Overall: 6.83/10Address: 200 Upper Thomson Road, #01-04, Thomson Imperial Court, SingaporeContact: 6258 8515Opening Hours:Mon: 13:00 - 23:00Wed - Fri: 13:00 - 23:00Sat: 11:00 - 23:00Sun: 11:00 - 21:00Closed: TueWebsite: https://www.facebook.com/littlepancakess continue reading
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Level4 2014-12-02
I have walked past this place a few times on the way to the community centre. The place looks quite cute with its cute sign board. Today I decide to visit the place for dinner. I am surprised to find the place quite quiet with only a couple of customers around.Looking at the menu on the board, I decide on Singaporeans Unite which is consists of pancakes served with kaya and butter. But it is not available as the place has ran out of kaya. In the end I decide on Big Fan of All Day Breakfast.The place is quite small. Pictures decorated on the black colored walls. Remember to collect the cutlery and water at the counter at the back of the cafe. The cafe has toilet at the back which is shared with the next door thai food restaurant.Big Fan of All Day Breakfast ($10.90)The first and most important meal of the day! Prefect for brunch. A set of pancakes, scrambled eggs, special glazed sausages, potato salad and greens.The mini looking pancakes taste not bad on their own. Topped with a bit of butter and honey, it is actually quite nice. The cocktail sized sausages do not taste glazed to me. They taste like just boiled in water. The potato salad lacks of the potato texture and taste. Towards the end, I think I taste more of hard boiled egg in it. The topping of bacon bits looks the bottled type from supermarket and lacks of the real bacon's taste. Instead it give a out of place taste and texture. The greens is actually shredded lettuce and cherry tomatoes, topped with Thousand Island dressing. The scrambled eggs is the worst here. Firstly it is overcooked and quite dry. Secondly it is topped with an overdose of black pepper. It just tastes of black pepper and lacks of the creamy texture commonly found in scrambled eggs. I suspect that the scrambled eggs is made of plain eggs scrambled, lacking of butter and cream in it.Overall I am quite disappointed with my meal here. No wonder there is no much customers around.  continue reading
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Specialising in pancakes, Little Pancakes is also one of the only few pancake specialty stores in Singapore to serve dollar pancakes (also known as small pancakes). Its menu ranges from the sweet, the savoury and Asian fusion flavours.I got myself the Mr Bean turns Red ($8.50); pretty cute a name for a pancake. It is an Asian flavour that mixes Japanese tastes into the dollar pancakes by serving Green Tea ice-cream and Azuki beans at the side. The Dollar Pancakes were pretty impressive; thick it might seem but surprisingly light, fluffy and served warm; its just uplifting to have. The Azuki beans were sufficiently sweet, and the Green Tea ice-cream though melted a bit too quickly was thick and rich; packed with bitter Matcha goodness. Combine all of them together and all you get is a harmonious blend of sweetness, bitterness and the fragrance of the batter of freshly-made pancakes; pretty comforting.To think that I had no idea why my dining partner settled on the Simple & Sweet ($6.50) which seemed a tad boring to me that day, but what can be more pleasing to have with your pancakes than butter and maple syrup? Its a classic option that’s not only safe, but works any time, every time.For more photos and the full review, please visit: http://jiaksimipng.wordpress.com/2014/09/19/little-pancakes-upper-thomson-road/ continue reading
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Level4 2014-08-09
So my friend and I decided to check out this cafe after reading about it on lady iron chef.. Though the pancakes are tiny.. You can get quite full from just eating a few!!! I guess they are pretty solid! I had the chicken n cheese and I find it so so.. Not say fantastic.. Def wouldn't travel for it.. Nor would I come back here for this.. But the decor is kinda cute and girlfriends would probably like it here continue reading
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Level3 2013-12-26
Little Pancakes was all over the media when it first opened. Before it opened, they also put in a lot of effort into promoting their opening on FaceBook.It is situated along Upper Thomson Road and it has a direct bus stop. The building is very special because it is not by the pedestrian pavement, it is further inside with a big space and it has a very classic design from the olden English days.With its highly recognisable icons of Mr and Mrs Pancakes as the design on the glass doors of Little Pancakes, you can be sure to press that bus bell in advance.The menu is a few cards held together by a book ring. Everything is cute in this shop, even the girls making pancakes. They are all smiles when my friend and I entered the shop. It has a free feeling even though it's my first time there. We just sat down at a two-seater and looked at the menu without any need for assistance (unlike posh/posh-wannabe restaurants).The shop is narrow but the distance between each set of tables is good enough. The decoration on the walls are quite nice and homely. The design of Mr and Mrs Pancake is cute too. A very good start for branding and merchandising.The serving time was quite long in actual fact but we just chat and didn’t realise the time.Iced Chocolate - $3.90Quite sweet and thick! Yumz!Apple Yakult Love - $3.70Sweet and sour, it's really quite shiok and refreshing!Something Blue - $8.50I was pleasantly surprised by the size and amount of the pancakes, so cute and small, placed in stacks and on a square plate! The contrast is nice as everything's round. I especially like the placement, it's very artsy fartsy, haha! The blueberry yogurt in the shot glass is exciting with the sour and thick yogurt and the sweet blueberry jam!It’s got blueberry yoghurt, maple syrup, butter, vanilla ice cream, blueberries and the little pancakes!! Not too sweet, very nice!!Peanut Butter Time - $8.20It’s got peanut butter, butter, bananas, vanilla ice cream and the little pancakes! Compared to my Something Blue, this dish seems really plain and ordinary. But for peanut butter and banana lovers, it's heaven! The placement is also nice and like the name suggests, "TIME"!Overall, I really like the atmosphere of this little shop. Free and easy, cozy as well! I'd recommend this shop for a lazy afternoon high tea session with your friends and then chat the day away! continue reading
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