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Featuring Brother Bird, Kane Mochi (Bugis+), Matchaya (The Cathay), HUSK, Nunsongyee (Bugis), The 1872 Clipper Tea Co. (ION Orchard), Patbingsoo Korean Dining House, Nunsongyee (Bukit Timah), Geláre (Suntec City), Hoshino Coffee (ION Orchard)
Jasmine Lim
Jasmine Lim
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Coffee Bingsu

First time trying their coffee flavour. Not too sure if they have dropped their standard but the espresso shot was a tad too little for the milk flakes.. And the overall taste was on the bland side though

Coconut Water Soft Serve With Earl Grey Mochi Bomb

Coconut water sobert was v refreshing and it comes with a strong coconut taste to my liking😁

Earl grey lava sauce that burst out from the mochi bomb was flavourful, even though it was mix with chocolate sauce

Bibimbap Bingsu

Unlike another bibimbap bingsu that i ate in another shop, you are unable to mix the "ingredient" together. Vanilia ice cream is used to create the egg white topped with peach "egg yolk". It comes with strawberry jam instead of the usual condensed milk for our pour shot.

70% Venezula Dark Chocolate // Sea Salt Butterscotch

One of my fav dark chocolate ice cream from all the dark chocolate flavour available in stall. Intense flavour and bitter without losing it sweetness 👍🏼👍🏼

Sea salt butterscotch tasted more like caramel instead. Taste wise was not that "salty"

Matcha Soft Serve With Houjicha

The perfect match 👍🏼Matcha soft serve pair with houjicha ice blend

Banana Waffles (50% On Tuesday)

Topped up with another 3 scoops of ice cream (cookies n cream/ coconut/ caramel fudge almond).

Yam Cake ($2.5)

OISHI 👍🏼 One of the best old school yam cake around Singapore. You can taste that the filling is make from real yam instead of yam-flavoured cream.

Waffles with Ice Cream topped with Bird's Nest ($14.90).

The waffles here are actually quite good, it's crispy yet retaining bite in the interior without being too airy. Bird's nest are also added here, but don't waste it on the waffles. I feel that it's best mixed with the ice cream as the texture goes better together.
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Matcha Waffle with Loco Coco & Dancing King Ice-Cream

From Smoocht, a new cafe-cum-social enterprise concept that had recently opened at Blk 317 Jurong East Street 31 — they are run by the same folks behind Brownice Ice-Cream, so expect vegan ice-cream served here, vegan pizzas as well as almond milk/soy milk options for the coffee here.

Both ice-cream flavours are done pretty well here — they are a little more dense overall than the usual ice-cream; the Loco Coco is a coconut flavour that was thick and creamy while being very refreshing, almost akin to having the fruit itself. Dancing King was a potent durian flavour that was rather pungent — bound to be a hit with durian lovers. The Matcha Waffle was however a little dense and doughy despite being crisp; the Matcha flavour a little hard to detect as well — felt like it could do with a bit of tweaking in the recipe.

Wildberry Yogurt Milkshake

Thick consistancy milkshake with strong berries flavour taste. Milkshake was quite fulling even with the "petite" size.

Red Bean Ice Cream

$2.2 for a stick with quite minimal red bean filling. Will not recommend as the price did not justify for itself.

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