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Been to a lot of eateries along Siglap, so also familiar with Udders ice cream. Recently they did a renovation to change the layout of the shop (still not quite sure why they did that).
Anyway, always been a fan of their ice cream. Like coming here during late nights and catching some desserts for supper or just after dinners.
I always go for their alcohol flavours. That's the most unique thing that they have there compared to other icecream places, and I like that the alcohol flavours are rich and strong.
Recently they started to promote their Sundaes but i just prefer normal two scoops (usually 2 alchohol flavours) plus a hot waffle. Great combi!
The Mao Shang Wang flavour is deliciously god-like. No wonder it falls into the "Premium" category.
Of other flavours I tried, Marshmallows = quite jerlatt, Orange Choco = a tad bitter, Gila Melaka = sweetie sweetie, Hazelnut = thick & creamy.
Also the option for a waffle add-on is cool. I love Udders.
I love the ice-cream from Udders. I've tried some of the alcohol flavored ones as well as ordinary classical. Someone once told me Udders's alcohol ice-cream contain one shot in a single scoop, which I'd easily believe because the smell is boldly present.. not a bad point, though. I like the booze together with ice-cream.
Classical flavors like strawberry fields and plain chocolate are good too. Smooth, creamy and sweet tasting enough to satisfy a sweet tooth!
Went there after dinner for some desserts. Sampled a couple of flavours before arriving at a decision. We ordered a waffle with ice-cream each and ordered different flavours so we could sample a wider variety. In general, the alcoholic flavours were pretty strong so it is definitely a boon for alkies out there! Rum & raisin and tiramisu were heavily spiked with rum and brandy respectively. Tried the bailey's & bourbon which weren't too bad either. For the non-alcohlic flavours, we only tried the classic cookies & cream as well as gila melaka, which is gula melaka ice-cream embedded with bits of attap chee or palm fruit. Both were good, creamier and sweeter than the alcoholic flavours, thus refreshing the palate whenever we got a little tired of the alcoholic ones. For the waffles, taste-wise it was subjective. 2 of us enjoyed it while the other 2 felt it was ordinary. But at only $2.90 for a sizeable piece of waffle made fresh upon order, don't think anyone should complain about that.