25 Jun 2010 • 153 reviews • 6 followers
Date of Chill:
24th June '10
It was through my friends that I got to know of Udders. We were having dinner a few doors away when we decided to have part two! And the first impression was good as the shop front was plastered with magazine and newspaper articles that raved about them (I am assuming the articles are raving about Udders, if not why would they be showcased. Right? No?).
And my girlfriends and I shared:-
1) D24 Durian
- This was good. To the extent it made us wonder how the better and more expensive connoisseur range's Mao Shan Wang Durian
would taste like.
- Sadly, we were let down. With every spoonful I took, the first few seconds of taste after the ice cream came into contact with my tongue was not too bad. I could taste the faint hint of mascarpone cheese. However, I would soon be hit by a strong bitter taste of the alcohol. Udders is really very generous with the alcohol! It's crazy how six of us din even want to finish this. And this belonged to the most expensive range, the connoisseur range.
3) Hazel's Nuts
- One word. Nice! I liked how it was smooth too! My spoon was graviting towards this of the five flavours we ordered.
4) Fresh Mango Sorbet
5) Cookies and Cream
Overall, Udders has some interesting flavours. Especially with their liqueur flavours. But I somehow felt the ice cream lacked the creaminess (And I am quite sure of this as my friend recently hand made some ice cream for fun which was oh-so-creamy and oh-so-good). As for ordering, do take note which range the flavours belong to as they are catergorised under Classic, Premium, Connoisseur (Most expensive). I did not read the pricing and went ahead choosing my two flavours of Tira-Miss-U and Hazel's Nuts which both belonged to the connoisseur range. So I was taken aback when I had to pay $8.40 since I thought I would be paying the classic range's pricing of $5.40. My lesson learnt; Read the pricing properly first! Haha.
As for the service, it's the normal standard we get everywhere except... My girlfriends and I got a little too caught up with our camwhoring that we knocked over one of our cups. As most of the spilled water went onto my pants than the floor, I naturally took the serviettes to clean myself up while my girlfriends took care of the water on the table. However, one of the staff shot us her super ultimate black face which I thought was a little uncalled for. Why would we knock over the cup intentionally? I would have preferred if she genuinely cared a little more for the customers by stepping up to provide us more serviettes. If not, the very least she could do was not shoot us that black face.
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