454. Hatter Street Bakehouse & Cafe

It’s one of those I-have-a-craving moments that I dragged my parents here. Even though Hatter Street has been around for some time and being at Kovan is close proximity to where I live, somehow the abundance of cafe never got me down here for their desserts. I’m glad I finally paid a visit to try their famous waffles. The place is tiny, and aircon seems non-existent. Nevertheless, the place is easily packed

Flat White

The flat white was decent, thick and creamy. Though somehow, it reminds me of nescafe coffee

Hazelnut Latte

I like the strong aroma of hazelnut that fills your mouth when you drink

Cake Lai Liao (来了): Chocolate & Peanut Butter Cheesecake

Chocolate, peanut butter and cheesecake, just the worst combination for everything thick. Besides being sinful, the cake was delicious with each flavour balanced

Yin-Yang: Pomegranate & Green Tea

The Yin-Yang on the opposite was light and very moist. Compared to Cake Lai Liao, this was on the other end of the spectrum in terms of flavours

Pandan Icecream w Gula Melaka Sauce

The waffles here are really good. Fluffy, light and crispy. The pandan icecream was strong that tasted somehow like kaya and the gula melaka sauce gave a nice touch to the waffles. I’m glad that the sauce wasn’t that sweet if not the waffles would have gone to waste

This cafe is interesting, and their menu consists largely of Asian fusion flavours. I’m glad cafes are slowly making their ways to the heartland, to satisfy those who have random cravings anytime

Hatter Street Bakehouse & Cafe

212 Hougang Street 21 S(530212)