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My experience at Nook - DIY House of Pancakes

Hi guys! I was supposed to blog about this last month but I didn't have the time to blog due to Christmas! Today I'm going to blog about Singapore's first DIY pancake restaurant. I'm sure many of you guys have heard of the restaurant before or you might have visited this place last time. I have been wanting to visit this place because it looks so fun to design and make your own pancakes into different shapes and designs! As you guys know I stay in the east side and is also not convenient for me to travel that far (unless if I can drive lol!) because Nook is located at Bukit Timah. I arranged a date with Regine to follow me because I haven't seen her for ages and we have been talking about visiting Nook together!

Nook - DIY House of Pancakes

Nooks- D.I.Y House of Pancake
Bukit Timah, 21 Lorong Kilat, #01-03, Singapore 598123

Opening Hours :
Tuesday – Friday, 12pm-10pm

Saturday, 10am -10pm

Sunday, 10am -7pm
Phone :
6466 1811



Ps about the pole, lol! I was trying to hide it! Hahaha! 

Excited Regine awaiting to go inside! We had to queue because there was a pancake buffet at a student price for $10/person.
Outside the shop, we took awhile to source for the place because we were not familiar with the place and surroundings! Thanks to google maps, we managed to find our way here. 

Cashier counter!! Hahaha!
4 simple steps to create your own pancakes! 

This is how the menu looks like, ! Basically you have to choose your pancake flavour, and the toppings you want. Since I was having the pancake buffet, the toppings are free flow. 
Atmosphere of the shop...love the cosy environment although it's very warm outside. 

Spot Regine's purple phone cover.

Our toppings have arrived! Mini marshmallows, oreo, banana & chocolate sauce. For the pancakes, we chose original and strawberry!

Regine attempting to squash her pancake cos it was screwed up! HAAHA

Writing her name on the pan.
Final product, damn nice right?! Hahaha

OKAY, MY TURN... Got to agree that I'm not good at designing anything.. becuase whatever I design it will turn out really bad..

Ok, guess what I'm writing?

My very own DIY UncleTehPeng design. hahah Screwed up the "H" and it looks more like a "R" instead.
This is super pretty! Made by Regine..

Topped up with chocolate sauce, banana and marshmallow. Mmhmm! Looks mouth-watering!
Star-fish alike pancake! 

I ran out of ideas to design !  Better than nothing ok! 
Chocolate spiral... 

Probably the only one I made that looks presentable to eat. Supposed to be a smily face but it turned out into some bear looking shape.

And yours truly, Damien & Regine! 

Had an enjoyable time at Nooks making my own pancakes! I'm defnintiely coming back next time  because you will never get bored doing it! See ya! 


Ratings: 
Ambiance: 4/5
Service: 4.5/5 
Price: 4/5
Venue: 4/5
Pancakes: 5/5



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  1. Indeed! It fun making your pancakes of various and weird designs :D

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