Getting the coconut pandan waffles was a brilliant choice by the bf, but pairing it with the black sesame gelato proved to be a perfect combination. True to its taste, the black sesame gelato was nutty with a hint of bitterness. The coconut pandan waffles was indeed aromatic and creamy, but what’s more pleasant was the hidden mochi-like texture. For someone who doesn’t enjoy mochi because of the sticky chewiness, I found myself enjoying and will probably be back for more. Drizzled around the waffle was their gula melaka sauce, so rich in flavour of molasses.

You would also find a Vietname influence on their desserts such as Dalat and some gelato flavours (Ca Phe) as the co-owner is a Vietnamese.