[CLOSED] Small Potatoes Ice Creamery (Square 2)

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10 Sinaran Drive
#B1-131 Square 2
Singapore 307506

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both flavours (sweet potato and sea salt) were good but the gold and silver flake toppings can’t get any more frivolous. they taste like nothing and float away when I stand under the aircon vent and I also have stupid friends who try to blow them off my ice cream. πŸ™„ DONT EVER ADD THESE USELESS TOPPINGS. it’s an additional $5+ for each serving.

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Loves the combination of sea salt and sweet potato! Suitable to eat in hot weather! $5.50 for a cone!

I’m referring to the small purple sweet potatoes placed on the side haha. I think it’s a bit pricey ($10) but the flavour is ok!

Delicious! I love love love Small Potatoes and the mixed flavour is really good. I do have to say that the sweet potato flavour could be stronger but both flavours are still really good. For $8, it's a bit pricey, but they give quite a large serving (I think they've increased the amount they serve) and the sweet potato chip is tasty as well. Really creamy and smooth.

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The health benefits of consuming pure silver had better be true! For $10 it is definitely indulgent but curiosity got the better of me. Getting past the weirdness and the crazy thought of the silver resembling aluminum foil, I slowly bit off the top part. Thankfully there wasn't any metallic taste. It actually tasted very good!

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It's Small Potato Party ($10), Small Potatoes Ice Creamery signature parfait. Smoothness sits in a cup and quickly, you scoop up the mixing melt, together with crispy rice and azuki beans. Unique blend of Japanese Purple Kumamoto Yam in a soft serve with Himalayan Sea Salt is the mixed ice cream flavour of choice. With neither overwhelming, white is refreshingly sharp, giving the subtle purple an edge, making this enticing pairing. A purple chip you pick off and scrape with. Dig into the scoop of Japanese yam paste, subtly sweet, satisfying with your cool and smooth serve. Baby Japanese sweet potatoes peer out of your cup and ice cream delightfully lifts the heaviness in this dessert. Purple potato stick you pull out for a bite tasting like Calbee but it's salty snaps enjoyable with your sweet swirl. Green tea warabi mochi is two bites of chewy soft treat, as you discover a buried shiratama, refined and bouncy.
The flavour of this serve could be too mild for some and its price is steep for the small cup, indeed, yet I love how it's sweetness isn't overpowering with my choice of flavour mix keeping it from being a one-dimensional bore. Yummy and perfectly smooth, it's fast-melting joy and an occasional crave so I'll say try it to someone who loves sweet potato and yam like me.