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Ice3

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With a name pronounced as "Ice cube", this cafe with the cool ice-blue lighting carries exactly what you'd expect: premium ice cream. All flavours are home-made. There are plenty of tantalising sundae combinations and accompaniments such as crepes, mud pies and waffles.

Closed On Tuesdays, Mon - Sat: 04:00 pm - 01:00 am, Mon-Sat: 4 pm - 1 am Sun: 3 pm - 1 am(Closed on

+65 62828126
$9 based on 13 submissions
Chillout (6 votes), Supper (4 votes), After Work (3 votes)
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Desserts after Chomp Chomp?

For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2015/02/ice-cube-cafe.html It was an accident that I chanced upon Ice Cube Cafe after returning from Chomp Chomp. What attracted me was their blue interior lighting that stood out among the shops beside. But being extremely full from dinner, I made it a point to return another day. Ice Cube Cafe's menu covers from waffles to mains like spaghetti, finger food, ice cream, mudpies, sundaes, and drinks too. Never expect Ice Cube Cafe to provide more than ice creams before I saw the menu. It indeed caught me by surprise, and keep me to ponder for some time over the finger food section. Ice cream flavors are displayed beside the cashier. With around 10 flavors in total, I think that Ice Cube Cafe needs to inject more interesting flavors to garner more curiosity of others. Chocoholics Anonymous ($11.90) used chocolate ice cream, topped with chocolate fudge, ferrero rocher and toasted almond flakes. This is unlike the usual mudpies we get outside, made through baking. Thick block of strong chocolate ice cream taste, with several toppings make it a simple ice cream dessert for kids, perhaps less messy than eating from a cone. Waffle with Ice Cream ($8.90). It comes with a single scoop of ice cream and a choice of waffle syrup, where additional scoop of ice cream is priced at $3.00. I chose Maple Walnut as my ice cream flavor, and Mango Puree for my choice of waffle syrup. It seems like a weird combination, and I'm pretty puzzled too when I'm back at my seat. Ice cream lack of flavor, not sure if it’s due to the strong chocolate flavor before this, and thus canvas the mild taste of maple walnut ice cream. Mango Puree will be more on the sour side, but still a great sauce to go with the waffle. Waffle would be great if it can be crispier and syrup can be given a little more, else it's just a plain butter-ry waffle you are eating. Ice Cube Cafe seems to dwell more on cakes for occasions and desserts as well. The finger food and mains looks tempting, and it gives me a definite reason to return again for it. Their sundaes looks promising too, so hopefully it will be as good as the mudpie I had. For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2015/02/ice-cube-cafe.html

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• 01 Feb 2015 • 137 reviews • 5 followers

Desserts after Chomp Chomp?

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For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2015/02/ice-cube-cafe.html It was an accident that I chanced upon Ice Cube Cafe after returning from Chomp Chomp. What attracted me was their blue interior lighting that stood out among the shops beside. But being extremely full from dinner, I made it a point to return another day. Ice Cube Cafe's menu covers from waffles to mains like spaghetti, finger food, ice cream, mudpies, sundaes, and drinks too. Never expect Ice Cube Cafe to provide more than ice creams before I saw the menu. It indeed caught me by surprise, and keep me to ponder for some time over the finger food section. Ice cream flavors are displayed beside the cashier. With around 10 flavors in total, I think that Ice Cube Cafe needs to inject more interesting flavors to garner more curiosity of others. Chocoholics Anonymous ($11.90) used chocolate ice cream, topped with chocolate fudge, ferrero rocher and toasted almond flakes. This is unlike the usual mudpies we get outside, made through baking. Thick block of strong chocolate ice cream taste, with several toppings make it a simple ice cream dessert for kids, perhaps less messy than eating from a cone. Waffle with Ice Cream ($8.90). It comes with a single scoop of ice cream and a choice of waffle syrup, where additional scoop of ice cream is priced at $3.00. I chose Maple Walnut as my ice cream flavor, and Mango Puree for my choice of waffle syrup. It seems like a weird combination, and I'm pretty puzzled too when I'm back at my seat. Ice cream lack of flavor, not sure if it’s due to the strong chocolate flavor before this, and thus canvas the mild taste of maple walnut ice cream. Mango Puree will be more on the sour side, but still a great sauce to go with the waffle. Waffle would be great if it can be crispier and syrup can be given a little more, else it's just a plain butter-ry waffle you are eating. Ice Cube Cafe seems to dwell more on cakes for occasions and desserts as well. The finger food and mains looks tempting, and it gives me a definite reason to return again for it. Their sundaes looks promising too, so hopefully it will be as good as the mudpie I had. For more details, please visit http://www.foodesteem.com/2015/02/ice-cube-cafe.html
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• 18 Jul 2012 • 240 reviews • 0 follower

DIY ice creams

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DIY Sundae - http://phuachiuyen.wordpress.com/2012/07/15/star-concert-with-seb/

I went to Ice3 Cafe for late night ice creams and I was very pleased with the ice creams!

I particularly like their DIY sundae where I could choose my own ice cream flavour and mix and match with the toppings.

I love the mint ice cream and the brownie cubes toppings.

I will definitely return for more.

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• 14 Dec 2010 • 21 reviews • 0 follower

ICE * ICE * ICE gives you ICE3 Cafe

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May I know what's the answer for ice*ice*ice?
That will probably give you Ice3 Cafe (:
A place to chill out, there was sofa seats and pillows available.
The place seems pretty romantic and nice for chilling out.
Awesome mudpies, there's a wide variety of ice cream.
Went there quite often because I love the ambience and the food!
If you were to ask me, where's a good place to satisfy your thirst for ice cream, it's probably the Ice3 Cafe (:

However, it was not as spacious as we thought.
The place was pretty small but cosy.
There's a limited number of seats available for us. It's like two bedroom sizes or slightly bigger?
Hence, it's not recommended for large group outing to dine in at.
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