Sugarhaus has opened its second outlet in Tampines 1 mall in a tie-up with United Overseas Bank where the dessert parlour operates from the bank’s adjoining retail space. Known as Bing Qi Lin before it was rebranded as Sugarhaus in 2016, its flagship outlet is at Serene Centre at the junction of Bukit Timah Road and Farrer Road. The 26-seater second outlet shares the same brunch menu as its first, albeit a more streamlined one, as well as a selection of locally inspired ice cream.
Diners can power through the day with the Sourdough Toast, with a choice of four accompaniments such as Truffled 63 Degree Eggs ($8 nett), Smoked Salmon, Dill, Cream Cheese and Capers ($9) and Whole Sliced Avocado, Honey & Homemade Dukkah ($12). Another option is the Vietnamese Beef Stew ($16, above) – beef brisket braised in traditional Vietnamese spices and served with sourdough.
Made from scratch in-house, the ice creams come in a variety of flavours created by owner-founder Stanley Seow. A single scoop goes for $3.80. Those looking to indulge can opt for the premium flavours (extra $1 for each scoop).
While fans will be happy to find familiar flavours such as Dutch Chocolate and Thai Milk Tea, what sets the second outlet apart from the first is the focus on locally inspired flavours such as Taro, Coconut Kaya and Durian. Other flavours include Hojicha, Apple Pie, White Chocolate Raspberry and Black Forest. Diners can pair their ice cream with Sugarhaus’ crispy and fluffy Waffles ($6.50).
Takeaway pints are also available at $12 for regular flavours and $16 for the premium ones. Where: #01-31 Tampines 1, 10 Tampines Central 1 Open: 10am to 10pm daily Info: Call 6314-2247, email email@example.com or go to facebook.com/sugarhaus