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Been to Kindkones for 4 times (!!!) and certainly more to come... so much love for this vegan ice-cream from KL. My favourites for this June flavours were Oat milk & cookie, Pink guava lychee sorbet, Raspberry rose pistachio crunch and Peanut butter cup. Trust me, i wanted to get 4 scoops of ice-cream all by myself, but i was quite full from my lunch 😂 (First world pain when you had to make just ONE selection among the favourites🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️) 〰️ Featured above is Peanut ButterCup - SGD6.90 🌱 - Think of your favourite Reese’s Peanut Buttercup, you’ll love this Vegan Version: generously folded into classic coconut cashew base and packed with roasted peanuts chunks for extra crunch. Yummmz🌱🥥 🥜 PS: Allergy notice - Contains Peanut ‼️‼️‼️ 〰️ Good to note. Flavours rotate every month, so be sure to catch it while you can! 🤩🍦 • #burpple
Jessie
5d
Salted Chocolate Chip & Sticky Toffee Pudding Freshly churned from scratch, Kind Kones’ repertoire of flavours are just the thing for a guilt-free midday treat after a heavy meal and the answer to a sweltering afternoon. Delicate but distinctive, each creation I tried was surprisingly smooth and creamy unlike most vegan ice creams which hold a curdled appearance as well as grainy texture. Thus, rewarding myself with a Double Scoop ($6.50/ Standard, $8/ Premium), I got the Salted Chocolate Chip and premium Sticky Toffee Pudding to share. A simple classic accentuated with the use of all-natural and chemical free ingredients, the gluten-free goodness is a blend of coconut milk, cashew milk, cocoa powder, vanilla, dairy free chocolate chips and of course, sea salt. Chocolatey yet light and not overly sweet, the Salted Chocolate Chip was decadent without being too cloying. On the other hand, the Sticky Toffee Pudding was a more unusual offering that delivered in its textures. Studded with soft coffee cake chunks, it is made with a base of cashew milk, coconut milk, almond milk, coffee espresso, vanilla, cinnamon, and dates. The taste of the plant-based milks was quite subtle and well-balanced with the bitter notes of the coffee. Overall, a great alternative to indulge in when the craving of ice cream kicks in.
Vanessa
2w
Everything Chocolate 🍫 I am loving this chocolate coffee walnut cake from kind kones - and even a little bit more so than their ice cream😜 Everything is vegan here - not necessarily saying that it’s more healthy but it will suit the diet of those who can’t eat eggs and dairy 🥛 products . The coffee walnut cake is fluffy , moist and has a light aroma of dates ( even though dates are not mentioned as one of its ingredients ) . Really one of the best cakes I have eaten . Pair this with their chocolate sorbet for a chocolate 🍫 coma .
MichelleLIN
5w
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Ordinary Beef Burger ($6.40 ala carte) [Muslim-Owned] A fairly delicious burger, even though it doesn’t really strike me as anything remarkable in taste. The cheese sauce packs a punch in flavour though, making it the highlight of this one. 🥴 A word of advice - please do not get this to go. I made the mistake of doing that and the beef got pretty soggy and slimy towards the centre. 😪 The service was pretty dope though. The guy at the cashier was super chummy, casual and had a pretty good sense of humour. I walked away with a pretty excellent impression of the place, to be honest! (7.3/10)
Zul
1w
spicy chicken burger [$5.30] mcspicy is my favourite mcdonald’s burger, so i was interested to try its counterpart at ordinary burgers. i was pleasantly surprised! the chicken cutlet was huge (bigger than the bun itself) and coated with a crisp, spicy batter. i actually thought this was more spicy than mcspicy which i appreciated because i love spicy food. overall it’s definitely value for money and i will be back to try the other burgers! rating: 3.8/5
audrey
4w
Spicy Chicken Burger Revisited Ordinary Burgers again lately to give the Spicy Chicken Burger a try. Unlike the Buttermilk Chicken Burger which comes with salted egg yolk sauce and a different batter, the Spicy Chicken Burger comes with a golden-brown fried batter that is similar to that used for onion rings. The exterior is shattering crisp, while the flesh within is juicy and relatively tender with a good bite — the spiciness not all that intimidating at the start but does bring some fire to tickle the taste buds shortly after, even for those who are able to tolerate moderate levels of spiciness. Served with greens, a beetroot mayo (?) in between two buns, its certainly good value for money at $5.30 ala-carte; great for those who are looking for cheap burgers without having to go with fries and a drink.
Xing Wei
5w
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Thai Milk Tea Another bottled drink available at The Bravery is the chilled Thai Milk Tea. This was the drink that caught us most by surprise as I didn’t see any reviews for this, and this wasn’t a Thai eatery, so none of us had high expectations for it. Wow though. One swig of this beverage revealed it to be a very good bottle of Thai Milk Tea that could rival or beat those sold by Thai eateries. The tea is thick and aromatic. The tea to milk ratio is just perfect, and the sugar level is just nice too - not overly sweet as many Thai milk teas tend to be. A complete delight to drink. If you’re looking for a non-coffee beverage, consider this!
Melissa
13w
Interesting Coffee Combination Adjourned to The Bravery after dinner at Easy Noodles Bar, which is just a 9 minute walk away. We arrived around 8.50pm, slightly before the last order timing of 9pm. Thankfully there was quite a good choice of dessert cakes (although when I tried to order the all day breakfast pancake stack, we were informed that they were sold out since morning). To go along with our cake, I went for the hot lavender latte ($5.50) as it was a unique drink. Presentation of the drink is lovely. Served atop a custom wooden tray, the lavender latte is served warm - just the right temperature for immediate consumption. The latte art was a bit shabbily done, but the lavender flowers covered it up. The contrast of the tiny lavender petals against the brown-white latte foam was gorgeous. The lavender and coffee aromas mingled with each other - emitting a really comforting and relaxing scent. The coffee wasn’t too acidic or bitter, however, I felt I couldn’t taste much of the lavender flavour with each sip. For a pretty and unique drink, this would be a good choice. But if you want something with a stronger lavender taste, opt for the Lavender Cold Brew instead.
Melissa
13w
Lavender + Coffee = Strange but winning combination? Seems like medicine bottles are the in-thing for beverage packaging now. The Bravery has quite a few of these cold bottled beverages available in their fridge, and you can see rows of empty bottles lining the shelves behind the counter. One of the unique bottled drinks available at The Bravery is the Lavender Cold Brew, so we ordered one to try. The beverage is pleasantly scented with lavender, and I actually couldn’t smell much coffee in it when I opened the stopper. It tastes more of lavender than coffee, and it’s a very smooth and calming beverage (I don’t think this will work as a perk me up - actually who came up with the combination of lavender and coffee is beyond me. Sounds like an oxymoron.). I guess it depends on your tastebuds, but someone in our dining party commented it tasted like medicine (not sure if it’s because the medicine bottle packaging already placed the idea in her mind) and was put off by it. I ended up drinking most of this, and actually preferred it over the Hot Lavender Latte. The cold brew is really infused with lavender, which is evident from the lavender flowers at the base of the drink. I would order this again, or try the other cold brews on a return visit.
Melissa
13w
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