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Decided to try out Maple & Market after seeing all the photos on instagram. Its quite a small area. They literally only have 1 proper table, and the remaining are like bar tables. The whole place is partitioned into 2 sections, 1 is the baking corner where there’s baking class ongoing and another is the cafe corner. They do sell interesting things such as printed mugs with very singaporean slangs, and some old school bottled drinks. They also sell paper products for parties usage or art craft pu
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Decided to try out Maple & Market after seeing all the photos on instagram. Its quite a small area. They literally only have 1 proper table, and the remaining are like bar tables. The whole place is partitioned into 2 sections, 1 is the baking corner where there’s baking class ongoing and another is the cafe corner. They do sell interesting things such as printed mugs with very singaporean slangs, and some old school bottled drinks. They also sell paper products for parties usage or art craft purposes.
We ordered the buttermilk waffle with caramelized banana homemade caramel & walnut ($9) and Chocolate peanut cake ($5.50) and the ancient bottled drinks ($6/bottled)! The drinks are from New Zealand by the way. The drinks are quite fizzy. Feels bloated after drinking half the bottle. The buttermilk waffle goes really well with the caramelized bananas and walnut. Sweet caramel, soft bananas, crunchy walnut. the waffles are crispy on the outside and fluffy on the inside, best when eaten hot! I find the chocolate peanut cake a bit too grainy and dry for the chocolate cake portion. But overall peanut does goes well with chocolate! However, there’s too many dessert cafes around now, so probably there’s nothing special that will make me go back for the second time. The service isnt too fantastic too
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$6 (Tea)