Hatter Street - Bakehouse & Cafe @ Hougang

Hatter Street menu

Eating good food and going cafe hopping forms a huge part of our daily weekly dates. There has been a steady increase in nice cafes and restaurants popping up in the heartlands and for this week, Kelvin and I decided to head down to Hatter Street Bakehouse & Cafe which is just a couple of units down from Nahkon Kitchen which was where you go for value for money Thai Food. Hatter Street is just a stone throw away from Lola's Cafe and could be a good place to chill at while waiting for your seats.

Hatter Street Bakehouse & Cafe

Hatter Street is named after Alice in Wonderland with inspirations from the Mad Hatters. However, the staff were (sadly) not wearing any goofy looking hats. Just like most cafes in the heartlands, the cafe was small and quaint but the wide variety of deserts coupled with the homely ambiance and decor proved to be a very popular choice with the customers living around the area. Kelvin and I reached around 3pm and the place was packed.

Hatter Street Interior

Here are a couple of photos of the interior of Hatter Street.

Hatter Street photo

The ready made cakes and deserts were on display and they looked like they were all freshly made.

Hatter Street dessert display

Kelvin attended a friend's wedding solemnization party the day before and tried his first rainbow cake (without me! ><). Since I have never tasted a Rainbow Cake before, it was the obvious choice to pick .

Hatter Street Rainbow Cake
We picked a cosy corner window seat in this heartland cafe. My off-shoulder flower print dress ($21 from Zalora) matched well the Alice in Wonderland theme of the cafe. 

rainbow cake

It looked very pretty but I was very skeptical of the taste. How good could a Rainbow Cake - $6 taste right? 

I was pleasantly surprised how good it tasted. The icing and cream on top and between the different layers complemented the taste of the cake very well. 8/10

Flower print shoulder dress

The Pandan ice-cream with Gula Melaka Sauce - $8.90 is another famous item in Hatter Street. I was quite apprehensive of what pandan ice-cream was going to be like.

Panda Waffle

We waited around 10-15 mins for the waffle to come and as you can see its a LEGIT waffle because it's freshly made and beats any kind of frozen waffles that most cafes that I can't be bothered to blog about usually serve. The Gula Melaka sauce was the highlight of the dish and went really really well with the pandan ice-cream. The homemade waffle was light and fluffy and Kelvin and I wasted no time devouring the dish. I personally felt that the blue berries did not complement the sauce nor the ice cream and was probably only for decorative purposes. 9/10

Hatter street prices

I'm definitely coming back to try the other waffles on the menu.

Hatter Street Bakehouse & Cafe
Address: Blk 212 Hougang Street 21 #01-333 S530212
Tel: 6988 4591
Website: http://www.hatterstreet.com/
Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/HatterStreet
Opening Hours: 1pm - 10pm Tuesday to Sundays
Closed on Monday

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