Time Out says
What the heck is a jaffle? Well, ask the Australians – after all, it was conceived from Down Under. A jaffle, named after the jaffle iron invented in 1949, is basically a toasted sandwich. And Amber Ember, a café located right smack in the middle of Serangoon and Kovan MRT stations, may be the first to bring this slice of Australian gastronomy to our sunny shores. Splashed out in shades of dusty pink and warm neutrals, the Instagrammable café offers six jaffle options with its signature purple sweet potato mash. From the lot, we spy with our little eye Cheesus Loves You ($14), featuring a melted gruyere, emmental and mozarella stuffing, and Nice to Meat You ($15), stuffed with beef pepperoni, pork chorizo and bratwurst. There are also other food items such as Amber's Fried Chicken ($12) for sharing and a range of pastas. Amber Ember takes the coffee culture seriously, where cuppas (from $2.50 for an espresso to $7 for filter) are brewed from single origin Guatemala. And yes, the café is extremely work-friendly with power points and free wifi; what’s more, its relatively ulu location means lesser crowds, so you’ll get a spot there for sure.
#01-01, 730 Upper Serangoon Rd
|Opening hours:||Closed Monday. Tue-Fri 10am-5pm; Sat-Sun 10am-6pm|
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