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Coconut Shake ($6)
MSW Ice cream ($7)

Their shake was so refreshing especially in the hot weather and after all the grilled yum we had.
MSW ice cream tasted like the real durian!! Is a must to try!

If you’re feeling fancier, try the Premium Fruit & Nuts at Co+Nut+ink which is coconut ice cream served with chopped almonds, cashews, pistachios and cranberries. While not as satisfying as the timeless coconut + peanut/red ruby combination, this is a good option for someone who’s looking for something more nutritious.

Note that the coconut ice cream here is more like a sorbet than ice cream as it’s lighter, but there’s still quite a good amount of coconut fragrance :)

Can’t go wrong with the classic combination of coconut ice cream and roasted peanuts for sure. I did feel that Co+Nut+ink’s version of coconut ice cream was more sorbet-like than ice cream and the coconut flavour was relatively light. Overall, it’s still refreshing and doesn’t leave you feeling overwhelmed. Customer service isn’t great here, as I asked how much the total bill was and the cashier rudely said “prices are all on the wall”. Ok can.

Well anyways, you also get a free cup of coconut water with any ice cream ordered. Despite that, I still felt the serving was pretty small for $5.50, but that’s probably due to Sentosa pricing. Nonetheless, this is great for a treat to cool you down after hot day at the beach :)

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co+nut+ink’s premium nuts & fruits ice cream ($6.50) is the ideal dessert for a sunny day as it’s especially refreshing !! it’s a little on the pricier end for a single scoop but it also comes with a complementary cup of coconut water. the ice cream isn’t the creamy, thick sort, but rather it’s reminiscent of the thinner and thirst-quenching texture of sorbet. i’m not a fan of coconut in general but i do quite like this because the coconut taste isn’t particularly strong! the nuts also add a lot of crunch to what would otherwise be a pretty boring scoop of ice cream. there’s also a generous serving of coconut flesh on the husk if you wish to scrape it out and eat it as well. this isn’t an extremely outstanding ice cream, but it is relatively good for when you’re craving something light and icy. perfect for when you’re stopping by the beach!

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Tried the coconut ice cream at Sentosa. Found it to be just ok types. Got better tender coconut ice cream back in India.

We enjoyed sharing the bowl of fresh coconut ice cream with all the toppings and fresh young coconut meat... Everything felt relatively healthy and the ingredients were flavorful and wholesome... We even received a bonus free cup of coconut water, which was welcome indeed on a hot beach day!