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Newest addition to the SingaFour on Mr Bean. Loaded with diced chicken and potato chunks coated in indian style curry sauce. Curry sauce carry a tinge of spiciness but full of curry fragance! Suitable for anyone on any level of spiciness tolerance!

Bean (@mrbeansg). Whilst I will always have mad love for the brand, the distinct salted egg crumble struggled to gel with the signature soya bean soft serve, the pair getting on together with the chemistry of private hire transportation with juvenile (choy!), logic-bankrupt and penny-pinching Chinese girls. 3/5

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The hazelnut chocolate filling was so rich and decadent, with crispy bits (which tasted a little like rice crackers?) encased within the fluffy pancake, adding a nice crunch that accompanied every single bite ๐Ÿ˜‹ This is definitely my favourite pancake flavour out of all the other mr bean pancakes! Priced at $1.80, I believe this is an affordable sweet treat that could very well satisfy one's craving for chocolate ๐Ÿซ๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿผ

While my mom was getting her Mao Shan Wang Durian ice cream ($4/single scoop) fix at Mr Bean, I finally got down to trying their dairy-free ice cream.

Definitely a healthier alternative, if you enjoy and can get pass the subtle yet lingering soy bean aftertaste. The selection of frozen treats (Belgian Chocolate, Salted Gula Melaka, Blueberry Bliss, Cookie & Cream) was surprisingly smooth and the flavours all pretty concentrated. My pick however, would still be the Original Soy ($3.30/scoop).