12 Jalan Kuras
Singapore 577727

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12:30pm - 10:30pm

12:30pm - 10:30pm

12:30pm - 10:30pm

12:30pm - 10:30pm

12:00pm - 11:30pm

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 11:00pm

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Chendol ice cream with waffle ($8.30)

Ice cream tasted rather artificial, but waffle was not bad!

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Kyoto hojicha ice cream in waffle cone ($4.80 + $1 premium ice cream)

Ice cream is a bit on the sweet side, but that's what desserts are for, right? Waffle cone is crispy and good.

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Got their homemade waffle with a scoop of Creme Brûlée and Earl Grey Tea Latte to pair! 🧇🍦Their creme brulee was understandably their more popular flavour being just the right amount of richness, sweetness and creaminess. The Earl Grey on the other hand was nothing to shout about, and the waffles were pretty decently average. The cafe gives off a strong after-school-hangout-for-teenaged vibes and is an ideal place to just sit and chill with friends with ample seating indoor/outdoor and affordable prices 👍🏻👍🏻

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Ice cream was okay, felt that their ice cream is more water down rather than creamy. Waffles were a little crispy but I prefer it to be crisper. Best thing out of the trip there was the brownie, so fudgy and good! Ordered another slice for takeaway ! Would come back for the brownie

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A hidden ice cream here at Sembawang Hill Estate, where you can find a numbers of flavours available here. One regular single scoop would cost you just $3.80.

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We ordered the Cha Yen (Thai milk tea) and Sea salted caramel (+$1). The caramel was a little too sweet but had a really discernible caramel-y flavour. The cha yen was milky and had a strong tea flavour which definitely did not disappoint.

The waffle is slightly crispy on the outside but mostly is soft. It had a doughy taste though, not something we were a fan of.

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