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2016-03-23 126 views
I've heard alot about Hatter Street for years and I've always wanted to go visit Hatter Street, but it was only because of my recent trips to the area that I decided to give it a shot. There's lots of HDB parking in and around the area of Hatter Street. There's even a bus stop right in front of the cafe. i've visited Hatter street twice on a weekday night and at around 8pm or so, it was packed, with people waiting for seats.Hatter street serves coffee, ice cream and waffles and a small selection
2. Whoaffles with Pandan ice cream and Butterscotch Espresso Sauce $9.50 Upon the first bite into the whoaffles, I knew I was sold! The waffles were so crispy on the edges and yet light and airy on the inside. The waffle itself has a slight sweetness to every bite and had a buttermilk aroma. The pandan ice cream tasted literally like kaya and it was smooth, creamy with a dose of coconut sweetness. The waffles are served with some fruits on the side for decoration and the selection of fruits paired well with the waffle. I choose to go with butterscotch espresso so I had never tried such a sauce before. It was thick, sticky and definitely well-named. The name itself describes exactly how it tasted. The espresso aftertaste was very fitting for the pandan ice cream. Overall, this is my favourite combination!
3. Whoaffles with Blue Peppermint and Caramel sauce $9.50 The blue peppermint ice cream caught me eye at the ice cream counter right at the cashier. They are very generous with their scoops of ice cream and do not be afraid to ask for a taster before settling down on your choice of flavours. The staff are very friendly indeed! The smooth texture of the peppermint ice cream had tons of little minty chocolate embedded all over.
Overall : A great place for really really really good crispy waffles and ice cream. Friendly staff to help you along the way of choosing an ice cream flavour or sauce topping. Not too ulu a location to get to
Other Info. : Hatter Street posted a youtube link on how to get there https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iYgsoq6_X3I(The above review is the personal opinion of a user which does not represent OpenRice's point of view.)