New Jalan Besar cafe has gelato croissants & waffles, opens till 2am Wed-Sat

Sugar high.

A new cafe, Lola Faye Cafe, offering gelato, waffles, frappe, sandwiches and croissants has opened on Hamilton Road in the Jalan Besar district.

The Muslim-owned cafe sports a tropical and mid-century modern vibe, with darker furnishing, brown leather seats and foliage designs on its walls:

Feature wall in Lola Faye
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Interior of Lola Faye
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Foliage designs on walls in Lola Faye
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The cafe offers a range of items, featuring gelato in a variety of flavours. The gelato is priced at S$5 for a single scoop and S$9 for a double.

Here are some of the gelato flavours:

  • Strawberry Dreams
  • Rich Hazelnut Rocher
  • Dark Fantasy
  • Salted Caramel
gelato at lola faye cafe
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When ordering the gelato, you can also opt for Buttermilk Belgium Waffles (S$6) to go along with it.

gelato on waffles
Photo via Lola Faye Cafe/Facebook
Gelato on waffles
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Croissants, brownies, frappes, wraps & sandwiches

Other baked goodies to pair with their gelato include croissants and brownies, and these look super decadent too.

fudge brownies at lola faye
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fudge brownies and gelato at lola faye cafe
Photo via Lola Faye Cafe/Facebook
gelato croissant
Photo via Lola Faye Cafe/Facebook

If you’d rather drink your dessert, you can also get Frappes (S$6.90 – S$8.90) in flavours like Matcha Latte, Biscoff, Mint Chocolate, and Strawberry Berry.

But if you’re just seeking a coffee break, there’s also hot and iced coffee (from S$4.90) available, including Toffee Nut Latte!

Whilst Lola Faye Cafe may seem to have a stronger focus on desserts, they do have a small selection of savoury items on the menu.

Famished customers can also enjoy these Wraps & Sandwiches:

  • Faye’s Spicy Chicken (S$11.90)
  • Specialty Satay Chicken (S$11.90)
  • Stir Fry Soy Beef (S$12.90)

For a less heavier option, dig in to a Chicken/Egg Mayo Croissant (S$5.90) instead.

Opens till 2am

The cafe is open till 2am from Wednesday to Saturday, perfect for those night owls seeking a caffeine and/or sugar boost.

Looking for more sweet treats? Check out:

New York-style banana pudding on sale for S$1 on July 3
Newly halal-certified cafe at Race Course has waffles, ice-cream and savoury items like Chicken Ragu Wrap and Avocado Waffles

Address: 35 Hamilton Road #01-03, Singapore 209204
Halal status: Muslim-owned
Opening hours: Sunday to Tuesday 12pm – 12am / Wednesday to Saturday 12pm – 2am
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