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Once Upon A Milkshake (Maxwell Chambers)

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Once Upon A Milkshake, located at Maxwell Chambers, sells ice cream as well as ice cream milkshakes. Choose from a variety of flavors and toppings to create your very own unique milkshake that is bound to satisfy your cravings. All milkshakes use quality ingredients like their home-made ice cream. Try out the many funky flavours available, like cooky butter, litchi otokonoko, sour submarine, and many others.

 

Daily: 11:00 am - 11:00 pm

+65 98233779
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Thick milkshake - http://phuachiuyen.wordpress.com/2011/06/23/once-upon-a-milkshake/   It's a small cup of thick milkshake. Quite normal but still acceptable. Good energizing drink on the go!

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• 06 May 2013 • 240 reviews • 0 follower

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Thick milkshake - http://phuachiuyen.wordpress.com/2011/06/23/once-upon-a-milkshake/   It's a small cup of thick milkshake. Quite normal but still acceptable. Good energizing drink on the go!
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• 06 Oct 2012 • 16 reviews • 0 follower

Chocolate Milkshake Jia Chocolate Bits

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Merlion Wayfarer was at Tanjong Pagar on a "Once Upon" fever. After trying out Once Upon A Rosti, she walked that few steps to try on Once Upon A Milkshake at Maxwell Chambers.

It was a weekday night and quite quiet after the rush of office hours. The location could have added to the privacy as it was located behind the Red Dot Museum.

The chocolate Truffle Castle milkshake (S$3.60) was thick and gooey. Little chocolate bits dot the top of the milkshake for a more chocolatey taste. Yummy!

The full blog is available at: http://merlionwayfarer.blogspot.sg/2012/10/chocolate-milkshake-jia-chocolate-bits.html

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• 20 Jul 2012 • 111 reviews • 1 follower

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Once Upon a Milkshake store sells milkshakes (haha very obvious!). Check out the photos: http://mrupupup.blogspot.sg/2012/07/once-upon-milkshake.html

The Milkshakes are very thick and nice. Mrupupup tried chocolate milkshake with a tinge of banana. The thick milkshakes means one has to try very hard to suck through the straw for the milkshake. Super nice! Do try their flavours and since it is the Great Singapore Sale, the store is having a discount on their milkshakes. As the 'napkin' saying goes, once upon a milkshake, we live happily ever after. Slurps!!!! Yummy milkshake indeed. Mrupupup is happy.

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