I love the ambience of the branch at Esplanade Mall. It's a great place to hang out and chat. I've visited several times and the service level varies. At time it's hard to get anyone's attention while at times I get real good service. Most of the time it depends on the period you are visiting.
The shop offers some unique ice cream desserts like the latest Sushi Platter and also Paradise.
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I had a Tangs discount voucher so I went to try the icecream with a friend. The icecream is really expensive and the scoops are really quite small. The waffle cone lacks crunch as well. Service was super slow, poorly trained and hardly attentive.
So many supermarkets sell HD ice cream. I might as well save myself the hefty icecream charges and eat at home!
One of the several post meal hang out places at the Esplanade, I decided to have some ice cream here after a spicy meal.
An open dining concept, I tried the Waffle Wonder ($18) - an easy decision given that the banana split was the same price but had two less scoops of ice cream. The waffles were firm and not too sweet, thus allowing the different flavours of the ice cream (vanilla, passion fruit, chocolate and strawberry) to stand out. The ice cream here has a rich flavour but the scoops are smaller sized than usual, ensuring that you will not go out feeling bloated.
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