FLIPPER’S Has New Yamanashi White Peach Pancakes Served With Juicy Whole Peaches Imported From Japan

FLIPPER’S Has New Yamanashi White Peach Pancakes Served With Juicy Whole Peaches Imported From Japan

Lifestyle Food
By Rachel on 08 Aug 2022
Senior Digital Editor

FLIPPER'S is bringing a taste of Japan to Singapore with their new White Peach Kiseki  Pancakes!  Available for a limited time only, this new menu item is served with a whole Yamanashi peach on the side, specially imported from Japan. We gave this seasonal dessert a try and here’s our review!

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FLIPPER'S Singapore White Peach pancakesPhoto from FLIPPER'S

Now, I’ll have to admit - I don’t particularly enjoy Japanese-style souffle pancakes and am more of an American pancake kinda gal. I once tried the ones at another highly-raved souffle pancake place hailing from Japan, and didn’t like how eggy and airy they were.

Nevertheless, I was tempted by the thought of sinking my teeth into real Japanese momo with the White Peach Kiseki Pancakes by FLIPPER’S, and decided to head down with an open mind.

FLIPPER'S Singapore White Peach pancakesPhoto from FLIPPER'S

Turns out, this was a great choice, because FLIPPER’S pancakes don’t seem to have any of that overly eggy flavour that I don’t fancy. Each pancake was made to fluffy perfection, but I didn’t feel like I was “eating air” - they had a nice bounce to them with enough substance, while being light enough to let the other components of the dish shine.

The ensemble is topped with fresh cream, fragrant peace sauce, and what was meant to be Haagen-Dazs’ peach ice cream.

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Unfortunately, Haagen-Dazs recently stopped production of their peach ice cream, so FLIPPER’S improvised by using their berry ice cream instead. I found this to be a bit of a mismatch, as the berry flavour overpowered all the peachiness. Vanilla would have been a much better choice.

FLIPPER'S Singapore White Peach pancakesPhoto from FLIPPER'S

Instead of mixing everything together, I had the pancakes with the ice cream, while I ate the peach on its own - which thankfully didn’t compromise my experience, because the airflown Yamanashi peaches are so intoxicatingly good that they’re worth savouring as is. Other than being super sweet, huge, and juicy, the peaches come with a special homemade peach jelly core, which provides extra flavour and texture.

FLIPPER'S Singapore White Peach pancakesPhoto from FLIPPER'S

At $28.80, the White Peach Kiseki Pancake is significantly pricier than FLIPPER’S other pancakes which are mostly in the low $20s range. But with Japanese fruits being relatively expensive, this is understandable. Portions are rather filling, so share this with a friend and split the cost to make it easier on the wallet!

Try this at FLIPPER'S Singapore's Takashimaya and Bugis Junction outlets before it's gone!

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