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Dessert always great choice here when crave for something sweet. Tried the $6 a slice then, self help iced water. Really hidden gem.

Maybe you could do with some too. #tingzieeats #burpple

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Had the Hojicha and Original - both good, though surprisingly preferred the Original more.
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Tried charcoal waffle with thai milktea icecream and butterbeer icecream ($16). The waffle is very crunchy but wish it is a bit chewy inside. The ice cream flavours are quite unique and distinctive. Good to have a dessert here after dinner (but better come early!)

From Apiary鈥檚 new line of ice-cream cakes; this one consists of coconut ice-cream, mango sorbet, passionfruit sorbet, almond dacquoise and Italian meringue.

Think of this as your passionfruit/lemon meringue tart in ice-cream form; a very well-balanced dessert that is both tart and sweet, whilst also being pretty refreshing especially with the coconut ice-cream. The almond dacquoise gives a slight nutty flavour; replicating the flavours of the usual tart base of the regular tarts. Recommended to have it slicing it down the middle, and having all the elements at a single go with each forkful.

Nestled in an area filled with construction sites, this is indeed a fortunate find. I was greeted with a cosy interior and warm service upon entering, and the servicecrew immediately asked if I would like to sample any of their ice creams. They have a few interesting and uncommon flavours, such as pink peppercorn and 'The Apiary', which is their signature honeycomb ice cream, and I've decided to settle with blue milk ($3.90 per scoop, +$1 for cone).

As what the name suggests, it's a milk-based ice cream but coloured naturally with blue pea flowers, giving it its pretty pastel blue hue. It's also spiked with a touch of sea salt that gives a salty aftertaste as the almost-aerated ice cream glides down your throat - easily one of the softest and creamiest ice creams I've ever tried. Finally, if you follow me enough, I can't do ice creams without my cone and their cone is perfect for being crisp and sturdy yet airy/not overly hard.

馃憣馃徎 Missing this mix of sweet + savoury, crunchy + soft brunch goodness.

Caramel Cappuccino 鈽曪笍 and Sweet Potato Latte 馃崰

The recommended are those categorized as 鈥渟upreme鈥 鈥 in flavours of Black White Sesame Twist, Pistachio and Durian.

The waffle came crisp-thin, unlike those thick, fluffy Belgian waffles served in most Singapore cafes.

It had the effect of jogging my memory of the old-school ones served in the neighbourhood, those that would entice you with the kaya-aroma as you walk past.

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