1 Harbourfront Walk
#02-135/136 VivoCity
Singapore 098585

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Wednesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Thursday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Friday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Saturday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Sunday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Monday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
11:00am - 10:00pm

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Reviews

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The moment I saw the shop I was super curious and immediately went for it. The concept of the main attraction of the shop, “The Chimney Cone” is developed in Hungary and since has been passed on. It goes like this - Sweet dough circles around like a cone, with a hollow in the middle (they are perfectly crisp on the outside, yet soft and fluffy on the inside, which makes for a delectable snack) and the hollow centre is filled with either ice-cream or cream depending on your choice. I went for the one filled with vanilla gelato, “Chimney King” as it seemed the most appealing. It came topped with nuts, two brownie chunks, salted caramel and chocolate drizzle. The ensemble was a perfect one and tasted equally good. However, one should be very careful as the ice cream melts out before you can finish it and unfortunately it created a mess for me. However, I loved it and will be more careful next time 😁. (SGD 8.90)

Chimney King ($7.90) consisted of homemade vanilla ice cream, nuts, chocolate brownies, salted caramel and chocolate sauce. I finally tried out for chimney cone after running out of ideas for desserts. I felt that homemade vanilla ice cream is slightly lighter for taste and complemented well with salted caramel, chocolate sauce and chocolate brownies (more heavier and stronger taste). I felt that chinmey cone is a bit hard and not that soggy when adding ice cream inside. I would want to try Chimney Queen & Devil next time.

The yogurt tasted rlly sandy?? like how it said it was charcoal HAHAHH I don’t even know anymore but the berry chimney tasted rlly good but the cream obove it was abit meh! Worth the chope deal that was gotten during the sale tho: 2 for 7.50

Say it with me: Kürtőskalács. Koort. Tú. Shka. Lech. That’s Hungarian chimney cakes, a jolly old spit pastry that well, resembles a chimney. Hailing from the capital of the Czech Republic (go figure), Good Food Coffee & Bakery serves up some interesting takes on the traditionally festive snack. Now say it with me again: KOORT. TÚ. SHKA. LECH. Kürtőskalács!
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📍THE PLACE
Situated where the classic ice-cream shop named after a certain Benjamin and a mouse who engages in an eternal tussle with a cat called Tom. Brick walls and domino colour scheme gives the place a clean barbershop sheen.
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🍽 THE FOOD
1️⃣ Chimney Paris ($7.50) - robust dark chocolate whipped cream with slices of strawberry, perfectly balanced as all things should be
2️⃣ Chimney Devil ($7.50) - this was weird, sometimes getting one for the gram doesn’t come through when the product is a devilishly confusing mix of activated carbon yoghurt ice cream and coconut shavings
3️⃣ Chimney Blizzard ($6.90) - simple bliss: chocolate & vanilla and biscuit shaped like a teddy
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🤔 THE VERDICT
If you can pronounce Kürtőskalács you can do anything in the universe. Also you can give this place a pass, it really isn’t worth the moolah

Raspberry gelato was really good on its own, as it goes well with the raspbery powder sprinked on top. The sweet and sour flavour is really refreshing. However, the balance was thrown off when you bite it together with the chimney cone. Somehow, the both doesn’t match off well with each other.

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Homemade chocolate gelato paired with chimney cone and dusted with pistachio bits. The chimney cone actually taste like a pastry, not too hard but is flakey. However, it does pair quite nicely with the chocolate gelato. The chocolate gelato is overly sweet if you ate it separately from the cone.

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