Udders is a local ice cream chain that aims to produce high quality ice cream with the best and freshest ingredients. Its extensive menu of more than 30 flavours is popular among ice cream fanatics in Singapore.
AVOID, HORRIFIC staff and policies!! We bought a scoop for my son and a pint of ice cream to share with wife for $23. We then sat down to enjoy when a man with a MOUTHFUL of SUBWAY sandwich ran over to STOP us from eating the pint in store. He then proceeded to SPIT BITS of his SANDWICH ALL OVER us and our table as if we were committing crime against humanity. He said we cannot even taste the $18 pint of ice cream, we just bought on the premises. What business would rather have someone spend less than spend more, and if you spend a lot then you are kicked out?!! Is this common in SG?
Its located at west area , somewhere an east sider like me would never wanna go all the way just for Icecream. However, their peanut butter crunch flavor is really unique! Its hell yeah good! :) Will go back for more if Im at the west area!
This Serangoon Gardens food centre may be smaller in size to the average, but the food choices there do not disappoint, especially for the dinner and supper crowd. Here are recommendations on what to eat
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