30, Jalan SS20/10
Petaling Jaya 47400

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01:00pm - 11:00pm

01:00pm - 11:00pm


01:00pm - 11:00pm

01:00pm - 11:00pm

01:00pm - 11:00pm

01:00pm - 11:00pm

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My never ending hobby of finding waffle places! And theirs was amazeballs.

Also known as Kapiti Ice Cream Cafe. Loved their ice cream flavour range!

A hot day would certainly make us yearn for something cooling; well in this case it's the ice cream that we are longing for desperately to cool off those heat! In a row of shops with interesting layout of restaurants, pubs and even a wine bar located in damansara kim that happens to be near the TTDI MRT station; there lies a kiwi inspired ice cream parlor that surely makes you swoon in ever scoop that you have every time we visited this place.. Well you've guessed it, it's IDC! This is an ice cream parlor that is truly inspired by the kiwi brand of Kapiti! It's a pricey ice cream but it's all worth it in every mouthful! In this visit, we tried the Lavender Welsh Cake (RM15) which is one of their best seller plated dessert category. It's certainly caught our eyes with its interesting yet flavourful combo description! It's portion is just sufficient for 1 according to their friendly staff and it was all we need after a cleansing dinner. The presentation of this dish is really simple yet beautiful to the eyes with its sprinkles of dried cranberry that enhances its touch of the generous single scoop of vintage strawberry ice cream that was enveloped with 3 buttery welsh cakes alongside with a delicate drizzle of Manuka honey. The first bite of it were truly delicious as you get the tart yet crunchy and springy texture of the dried cranberry which compliments well with the sweetness of the Manuka honey and the creaminess of the vanilla ice cream.. it was a delightful treat in every spoonful that makes my little heart flutter! No wonder it's one of the best!

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Eggyolk affogato is warm and gooey then starts to solidify upon contact with ice cream.
Sweet and savoury at the same time.


"My love for ice cream emerged at an early age- and has never left."- Ginger Rogers.. That's exactly how I felt with food and especially with ice cream which is the food we associated with fond memories.. This parlor which is located at the same stretch as the Farm to plate and Uovo is quite a welcoming sight as it's a great place to end your day or meal with a bowl of satisfying scoop of ice cream.. This place does reflects its name and they offer as the name suggests ice cream desserts and coffee.. Do note that they only have ice cream flavours made by the land of the lord of the rings (New Zealand).. Its a premium ice cream brand that is also available on the shelfs of the supermarkets.. The moment we walked into this parlor of delicious things, we notice that it has a laid back vibe to it as everything is clean, simple and spacious.. They have indoor and outdoor seating as well.. The main attention would be the long stretch of every imaginative ice cream flavour laid out for your eyes to feast on! After much decision and trying out; yes they do allow you to taste test it out before deciding on one! Finally, I chose to be with blood Orange with raspberry sorbet (RM8) to end my night of feasting! Well it's really an interesting pairing as the blood Orange brought out the acidity and strong citrusy notes alongside with a hint of sweetness from the raspberries that is the only hard texture you get when you eat the Sorbet! It's really a great palate cleanser also just abit steep on its price.. It's still worth the scoop to have


My opinion, the ice creams are either love or hate kind of flavour. Not all acceptable to my tastebuds, but everyone should give it a go!