The BelGaufre delivers authentic Belgian waffles at a reasonable price. continue reading
Opening Hours
10:30 - 21:30
Mon - Sun
10:30 - 21:30
Payment Methods
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Cash Only
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Signature Dishes
Signature Custard & Roasted Almond The BelGaufre
Review (2)
Level4 2014-07-27
http://fun-hideout.blogspot.sg/2014/07/new-kid-on-block-presenting-belgaufre.htmlCalling waffle lovers out there, a new waffle place is in town!Literally.... ^_____^The Belgaufre is conveniently located at the newly renovated Pomo, which is just a few minutes walk from Dhoby Ghaut MRT. If you think Plaza Singapura is always packed with people, why not check out Pomo when currently the traffic flow is still manageable? I think it's a good alternative for lunch too, yup they serve food here also!You can choose from liege or brussel waffle here. I didnt know there are different type of waffles until I went Belgaufre. Not bad sia, learnt sth here.Waffles here is really affordable, ranging from $2 to $4+, then add a scope of ice-cream for $2.5. Tastewise, the waffles here tend to be on the softer side, although I prefer mine more crispy. Then again, it's really individual preference.I like the generous serving of toppings here, which made the waffles more interesting. And dont you think the ice-cream scoop seemed to be "bullying" the waffles? Not that I'm complaining, I adore dessert places that give big scoop of ice-cream! HeheI love the durian cream cheese cake here which is dense yet not too rich. You know, there are cheese cakes out there whereby they are so rich that you probably feel jerlat to finish 1 slice yourself. But the cream cheese cake with the cookie-like base here is just perfect and I can totally finish it myself if not that we are taught always to share good stuff.And the durian flavour is of the right consistency, not too overwhelming. Thumb up for this!Click the link to read more! continue reading
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PoMo has had numerous change of tenants for the past few years. With Kaplan recently occupying the higher levels of PoMo, the latter has also went through another round of tenant changes. It now offers more F&B choices instead. The BelGaufre is one of the food stalls that resulted from this change.There are different type of waffles to choose from, from the savoury wafflewiches to the sweet and fruity waffles, from liege waffles to brussels waffles.The Signature Custard & Roasted Almond ($3.80) waffles came in the liege variant. The custard was rather soft and goes really well with the roasted almond. The liege waffle here is similar to the original methods; it tasted rather similar to bread, is filling and chewy.The Banana Rumba ($4.50) is one of the chef recommendation. This waffle, made Brussels style, came with lots of sliced bananas and roasted almond and covered with chocolate sauce is a must have. The Brussels waffle is soft and light, allowing the bananas and almond to unleash its full taste. The downside about the Brussels waffle here is that it is less crisp. I would have chose the Liege variant instead as the Brussels waffles, because of its light taste, is not to my preference.With the unique type of waffles that they are serving, and its proximity to the Dhoby Ghaut / Bencoolen area, this place has a great potential for more customers to drop by as visitor flow to PoMo increases.For the full review and more photos, please visit http://makanarts.com/2014/05/21/the-belgaufre-pomo/ continue reading
(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)