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Ice Edge Cafe

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+65 68585729
$17 based on 54 submissions
After Work (15 votes), Dinner (15 votes), Lunch (14 votes)
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Would go back again.

I went there for the 1-for-1 lunch promotion and had the Seafood Aglio Olio. The pasta served was slightly salty and too wet for my liking. Waiting time was decent. I would probably eat lunch there again and try other stuffs on the menu. However, the dinner prices may be too expensive for me. Oh well!

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• 03 Jul 2015 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

Would go back again.

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I went there for the 1-for-1 lunch promotion and had the Seafood Aglio Olio. The pasta served was slightly salty and too wet for my liking. Waiting time was decent. I would probably eat lunch there again and try other stuffs on the menu. However, the dinner prices may be too expensive for me. Oh well!
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• 13 May 2015 • 475 reviews • 7 followers

Revisiting Ice Edge for lunch

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We started with some light bites, one of which was the Calamari Fritti (SGD$12.80) - battered squid rings deep fried till a crispy golden brown. These squid rings were surprisingly good, giving the palate a beautiful contrast of crackling exterior giving way to succulent, chewy flesh within.

There was another starter of Buffalo Wings (SGD$9.80) - deep fried chicken wings with Ice Edge's own secret spicy herb sauce. The wings were rather well done with crispy skin and juicy, tender meat. The secret spicy herb sauce penetrated the wings very well too, giving it a very delectable flavor that piques the senses instantly.

I had the Fish and Chips (SGD$16.90) which was pretty common fare consisting of crumbly battered exterior and soft, smooth interior. The fries were pretty common shoestring fries as well.

For full review and more detailed information, please feel free to visit:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2015/05/lunch-at-ice-edge-cafe-kovan-revisit.html
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• 29 Jul 2014 • 475 reviews • 7 followers

Edging on average only

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The friend and I popped over to Ice Edge Cafe with the intention of trying out their interesting-flavored lava cakes - one being Mao Shan Wang (durian) and one being the Rum Chocolate. Unfortunately, we were informed that the latter is no longer being served at all, even though it is still listed on their menu.

Non-fazed, we decided to try other items since we had made it all the way here. Ice Edge Cafe boosts of a rather warm setting in its orange and black hues, rather much a stark contrast to its name. The tables are situated rather close to each other, and the service is rather slow / irresponsive contrary to their "friendly service" belief on the website. But to be fair, please note that Ice Edge Cafe does not charge service charge.

Their Gelato counter is marvelous though - very colorful assortment of uniquely-flavored ice-creams starting at SGD$3.75 a scoop. There were so many flavors we were spoilt for choice, and took some time to choose from the range of exotic flavors such as hazelnut coffee, chocolate brownie, salted egg yolk, yuzu, lychee martini, rose corn, etc.

Known for its unique flavors and sauces created from scratch, and proclaimed "great food" , we decided to try a Crab Bisque (SGD$8.50) and on their "Best Seller" list, even though we had taken our lunch elsewhere. The rather creamy soup was rich in a smooth fashion, gliding silkily past the tongue with tinge of sweetness and slivers of (frozen) crab meat scattered on top of the piping hot soup. It wasn't fantastic, but passable.

he signature Mao Shan Wang (durian) Lava Cake (SGD$14.80) was what we had next, and one of the items we had come here specially for. The "lava cake" was more like a durian puff, and the lava had already flowed out when they served it to us. There was no durian fragrance in smell or taste, disappointingly - I'd tried lovelier durian desserts for sure. The scoop of Chocolate Brownie gelato we'd selected on the side was rather delicious - rich and creamy with chunks of nuts and brownie bits in it.

For more detailed information and photos, please feel free to check out:
http://thearcticstar.blogspot.sg/2014/07/tea-break-at-ice-edge-cafe-kovan.html
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