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iScream

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iScream is an ice cream parlor in the heartlands goes by a pay-as-you-weigh concept and offers a range of ice cream flavors and other desserts.

Daily: 12:00 - 00:00

+65 64455739
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iScream: Ice Cream Cafe @ Bedok North

A fanatastic place for the young and old. Was blessed to witness the shear joy and smiles from the kids when they entered this wonderland.

 iScream is all about Ice Cream based desserts. They have a wide range of exclusive frozen confections, piping hot crispy waffles and artisanal beverages that will suit every mood and occasion!

More pics and thoughts at http://lepakwithyaops.com/iscream-ice-cream-cafe-bedok-north/

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• 08 Oct 2014 • 210 reviews • 5 followers

iScream: Ice Cream Cafe @ Bedok North

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A fanatastic place for the young and old. Was blessed to witness the shear joy and smiles from the kids when they entered this wonderland.

 iScream is all about Ice Cream based desserts. They have a wide range of exclusive frozen confections, piping hot crispy waffles and artisanal beverages that will suit every mood and occasion!

More pics and thoughts at http://lepakwithyaops.com/iscream-ice-cream-cafe-bedok-north/
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• 24 Sep 2014 • 3 reviews • 0 follower

poor quality ice cream with inattentive service staff

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Our family ordered combo 3 which comes with 6 scoops. We picked white chocolate with orange peel, mocha, strawberry, durian, choc and avocado. Of all the avocado was by far the 'best'. The rest had a flat flavour. The ice cream was watery and "airy". Worst at those mass-market ready-made tubs. Utterly disappointed. 

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Generally an unpleasant experience- No greetings; No smiles; No service. Service staff looked irritated when 2 girls in the queue wanted to sample. We were surprised to see service staff taking a smoke break just right outside the cafe. Now we wondered if they hadwashed their hands before  serving the ice-cream.  :-( 

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• 12 Sep 2014 • 17 reviews • 1 follower

Ice-cream for everyone

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It's Sunday - a couple more hours before Monday arrives - so we are breaking all dining rules by having our desserts first (because we can). Having high hopes, we were a tad disappointed with I Scream's InstaScream ($4 for a small cup) and wished for a higher intensity of the #milo flavour and Mozart Gold.
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