Desserts

Desserts

Featuring The Plain Jane, Merely Ice Cream (Sunshine Plaza), Denzy Gelato, Moosh Softserve (Haji Lane), Butterknife Folk (Funan), Tokyo Milk Cheese Factory (Jewel Changi Airport), Chatuchak Night Market
Zachary Kok
Zachary Kok

One thing for sure is that there are many stalls here and the place really does emulate what a Thai night market would feel like. Some of the food options here are really quite nice too. Be prepared to spend though as the cheapest thing you can possibly find here for food is about $5. You can however find some good deals for drinks.

The ice cream still tasted pretty authentic though. Like the ones in the real chatuchak, the coconut shell cup has scoops of coconut ice cream, some coconut flesh and green jelly. Quite refreshing for a hot day if you don’t mind the price!

Still one of my favourite ice cream parlours to eat at. The cones are crunchy and yet not too hard. If you like caramel, you should definitely try the salted butterscotch. It has a creamy, sweet and yet savoury flavour to it with little surprises of caramel crunches in between. Highly recommended!

They have a wide selections of gelato that range from the usuals like chocolate and nutty flavours to fruity flavours like raspberry and passion fruit. In terms of nutty ones, their hazelnuts and pistachios seems to be pretty solid choices for me. For some extra kick, go for their fruity flavours.

The stated price is the menu price but keep alrrt on chope or shopee if you want a 40% off deal.

If you want a roll with a more tangy and sweet flavour mixed in the creamy filling, this is the one to go for. The roll is still altogether very light and pairs perfectly with coffee or tea.

Got this as part of a set with a small teapot of tea. The rolls are really quite pleasant. The sponge layer is not the most fluffy but they really so go all out with the cream in their rolls. The earl grey flavour was just nice - not too subtle nor too powerful. Great for an early breakfast or a mid afternoon snack!

On the surface it may seem like just a softserve drizzled with nutella and sprinkled with some sprinkles and nuts. However these mixes into a wholesome nutty and creamy chocolate ice cream that has a nice taste. What’s pretty amazing is how they manage to put a brownie in the core of it.

Only gripe is that it can melt pretty fast and there is not much seating space inside the shop as it is quite small. Do take note that the burpple only applies for the regular size!
Overall, still a good enjoyable softserve.

Really good and creamy flavours that is not too expensive as well (about $5 i think). The scoops are adequately large and the cones are really crunchy.

There is not seating though.

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Take the famous biscuit, deconstruct it and put the filling into the ice cream and the wafer into the cone and voila. The cheese soft serve with the vintage waffle cone is a nice pleasant match. It’s a little bit cheaper than one would expect for gourmet soft serves but still on the expensive side. The soft serve itself was very nice and I enjoyed every bit of it. I however could not taste much of the cheddar in the cone until the very end.

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