earl grey tasted metallic, a far cry from the one at salted caramel
lychee sorbet was so-so, tasted slightly plastic but passable.
strawberry cheesecake was absolutely horrid.
Inaccessible place...if you're thinking of driving then don't bother, taking the bus is probably more convenient
Waffles took quite long to come...my mum and i were almost done with our ice-cream before my dad's waffles came. One customer asked a young waitress how long it would take for the waffles to be done - the young waitress then asked the auntie cooking the waffles. She replied "10 mins", then stopped the young waitress who was about to tell the customer that. Lol.
Only consolation is that the prices are real cheap:
single scoop: $2.9
double scoop (med): $3.9
double scoops (large): $4.9
triple scoop (jumbo) : $6.5
5 scoops (good if you're sharing with friends): $6.9 !!
Cones/Waffle bowls were $.60
Waffles (plus one scoop of ice-cream): $5+ if i'm not wrong.
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