Customers arrive before 8am for new pancake cafe in Punggol that opens at 11am

Effort.

Mandy How | July 14, 2021, 06:21 PM

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"Punggol got nothing" is evidently a lie, as a number of Singaporeans have flocked to Waterway Point on Monday, July 12, 2021.

They were there to queue for the opening of Gram Cafe, a Japanese cafe specialising in souffle pancakes.

The Waterway Point store is its second outlet in Singapore.

Although its opening was at 11am, a spokesperson told Mothership that the first person in line reached before 8am.

The woman even bought a stool to sit on, the spokesperson added.

Staff had apparently arrived at 8am to find a a handful of waiting customers.

Photo by Mothership reader.

Queues only subsided from 8pm onwards, although it is unclear throughout the day.

During lunch time on Tuesday (July 13), a mild crowd was spotted outside the premises.

Photo by Mandy How.

Photo by Mandy How.

Blur image the result of surreptitious photo-taking. Photo by Mandy How.

What are they waiting around for? This, possibly:

Top image via Mothership reader, Mandy How