Earlier this year, the cafe opened a second outlet at 50 Race Course Road, and that outlet just received its halal certification as well.
And if you’re planning on your next cafe-hopping adventure once dining-in restrictions are lifted, here’s what to expect at Three’s A Crowd.
From S$3.50 a scoop, you cannot visit Three’s A Crowd and not try their ice-cream that are all made in-house.
As with most cafes, the ice-cream flavours might rotate but here are a few flavours we saw in their menu.
Classic (S$3.50 first scoop, S$3 second scoop, S$14 pint)
- Double Chocolate
- Oreo Mint
- Coconut (v)
- Earl Grey
- Mango Passion (v)
- Salted Caramel
Premium (S$4.50 first scoop, S$4 second scoop, S$18 pint)
- Roasted Pistachio
- Berry Cheesecake
- Pink Grapefruit (v)
- Dark Gianduia
- Pandan Kaya
For a more indulgent treat, you may get waffles with your ice-cream. Choose from:
- Maple Waffle (S$6)
- Churros Waffle (S$8)
- Ondeh Waffle (S$9)*
*This is a signature item of the Race Course outlet, and comes topped with gula melaka infused coconut shreds. Best paired with coconut ice cream!
Other menu items
Besides waffles and ice-cream, the cafe also serves a small selection of savoury mains and acai bowls.
Check out the Chicken Ragu (S$16) comprising of minced chicken, melted cheese, tomato, carrot and celery or the Chicken Avo (S$15), a winning combination of fried chicken and avocado. You can choose a base of either waffles or tortilla wrap for both items.
But truth be told, we simply cannot get enough of their waffles and ice-cream. The following photos are already giving us so much food envy.
See the rest of the menu here.
Rustic hidden alley
If the waffles and ice-cream are not enough to draw you in, Three’s A Crowd’s offbeat location might.
The cafe’s interior sports aged and textured walls seemingly left in its raw state for “aesthetic” reasons, with seating placed along the walls in a longitudinal orientation that’s perhaps a nod to “street dining”.
There’s also a sunroof atop the dining space, allowing sunlight to flood in and aid photographers in getting that perfect shot of their food…or themselves.
Top photos via @stormscape and @worldcafejourneys on Instagram