Soufflé pancakes, those puffy, jiggly stacks, are gaining popularity in Singapore with the opening of Gram and Flipper’s from Japan. But adding a twist to the popular Japanese-style offerings are the Thai and Taiwanese-inflected soufflé pancakes from Bangkok Jam and Typhoon Cafe, the former known for dishes like beef noodle soup, the latter for oyster mee sua and lu rou fan.

The two cafes have recently jumped on the soufflé pancake bandwagon by offering the following fluffy stacks.

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