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Featuring working title - Burger Bar, BrotherBird mochi & softserve co. (Bugis), KOOKS Creamery (Serangoon), Matchaya (The Cathay), L'éclair Pâtisserie (Dhoby Ghaut), Dopa Dopa Creamery, Kindred Folk, Fluff Bakery, The Naughty Corner Gelato House
Zoe Chai
Zoe Chai

The vanilla eclair ($8) was not too sweet, with some toasted pecans which added a nice crunch to the patry. The chocolate eclair ($8) could be a bit more bitter and darker, and it was adorned with butter chocolate cookie balls. The ambience was very nice but the pastries are steeply priced. Come if you have Burpples one for one beyond deal.

The ice cream was smooth, creamy, with notes of gula melaka and a touch of saltiness. The coconut flavour was also pretty strong and it felt like I was tasting some chendol. Loved it. The cookie bowl was a little underwhelming and too sweet for me though. But interesting concept!

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Loaded cookies and cream ice cream was indeed loaded, better than other C&C's out there which only have small specks of Oreo but this was packed full of cookies which is a huge plus! Waffles were alright, served hot and slightly crisp. This was $9.80 and we used Burpple's one for one which allowed us to mix and match waffles and cookie bowls and brownies.

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We tried the rocher croissant ($5), the taro croissant ($4) and the Mandarin meringue one. I was slightly disappointed as it wasn't as crispy as I had hoped and it was served cold to us. I think after browsing their Instagram page and being wowed by the aethestics there, I was expecting more. Flavour wise, it was alright but perhaps the croissants had already been sitting out for a good part of the day so the overall crossiant experience of crisp hot flaky shell and filling oozing out wasn't quite complete. To be fair we got these around 8pm, so my suggestion will be to get them earlier and reheat them in the oven for a better bite.

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We popped by TNC and got two egglets w ice cream w Burpple's one for one deal (saving $8). The egglet was cooked well, with a crisp exterior and fluffy middle! The flavour was good too. The kopiko crunch ice cream really tasted like those kopiko sweets in the black and red packaging. 100% similarity. And the digestives added a nice touch to the ice cream. We also had the fudge ice cream which was not too bad. It had strong notes of cocoa and slightly bitter.

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We had lemon and basil sorbet, which was refreshing with every bite (sour and sweet combo!). The matcha was pretty ok with slight bitter notes and stronger in flavour. We also had speculoos which was a little underwhelming as I felt it wasn't really blended well together. The bits of lotus biscuits were like the only crumbs of speculoos flavour in the otherwise vanilla ice cream.

However the hero of the day was the pecan nut ice cream. The smell and flavour was very strong and I am a huge fan of pecan nuts. You could taste its distinctive flavour (even from the skin) in every bite. Overall a pretty good deal (~$8 for 4 scoops) with Burpple's one for one offer!

The mochi donut is something I have never heard off before but it came hot and crisp on the outside and super chewy on the inside. It was also glazed and I loved the texture and flavour! The cookie butter soft serve was more of a sorbet than ice cream which was a little strange to me, but still, who can resist the draw of lotus biscuits? For $15, it is definitely something to try out esp if you are a fan of mochi and fried things!

This longan sorbet ($7) was a little on the pricy side but deliver refreshing, icy, smooth notes of longan with every bite. The almond flavour was non existent but I'm not complaining as I find almond can be about strong at times. The cornflakes added a nice crunch to the ice cream as well. Unique flavour!

Served piping hot and oozing matcha, this treat is not too sweet and extremely yummy. I had a scoop of speculoos ice cream to go along with it and they served the cookie with speculoos crumbs. Love the detail put into plating the dish! It was also v affordable with Burpple's one for one option available here.

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Molten chocolate oozed from the cookie when the scoop of ice cream was placed on it -- what a sight!! The cookie was served piping hot and was thick and buttery, while the mix of hot chocolate and cold brown butter ice cream was rich and comforting. Definitely should be on every dessert lover's list! Plus it's on Burpple Beyond so it's extra worth it!

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Typically when I have ice cream I tend to go straight for some chocolate but having Burpple's one for one deal gave me a second option and I chose this acai banana berry ice cream instead for a more fruity balance (with the chocolate ice cream in the back ground, of course).

The waffles were on point (as with my other post) and while the ice cream was so refreshing and had so much berry flavour condensed into a single scoop! The banana provided the main source of sweetness and it's distinctive flavour permeated every mouthful of the ice cream. A great choice if you prefer slightly sour sorbets!

Creamier has always been my go-to for the BEST waffles and ice cream in Singapore. We had Burpple's one for one deal on a waffle set ($10.50) so it was double the joy for me!

As usual, the waffles were cooked upon order and they came with a super crisp crust on the surface (so essential for a good waffle!!) while being fluffy and flavourful on the inside. It was served with a drizzle of maple and chocolate, a divine combination for any waffle and we had a dark ferrero rocher ice cream on top! The ice cream was so rich and creamy with specks of hazelnuts and a light alcohol after taste which brought the flavour to a whole new level. Devoured it in minutes!

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