Ice-cream... That first lick, that first nibble, that first bite - that feeling of love. I'll have ice-cream everyday.
The Daily Scoop has received many favourable reviews by bloggers and online forumers alike, and it's clear that accessibility has not been much of a concern for many of them. Tucked in a small building housing a mid-sized supermarket, a bakery and then some, the Daily Scoop seems to be the one with the most share of customers this one sunny afternoon.
Waffles with Ice-Cream: 4.5/5
I liked the ice-creams more than waffles actually, because the waffles are of a softer sort like those at Icekimo (come to think of it, they even look identical) and I personally prefer those hot and crisp (maybe even a little burnt) ones. I had the "house favourite" Kookie Monster, which was more milky than chocolatey, and the delicious Bailey's with Chocolate Chip, which on the other hand seemed more chocolatey with a hint of liquor. I think I'm growing to have a bigger preference for mixed ice-creams like those at Cold Rock or Ben & Jerry's, you know, the kinds where you have more bits and pieces of stuff in them. Just a personal preference.
Brownie with Ice-Cream
The brownie was comparatively smaller, but it looked dense enough. Tyler paired it with Macadamia Nut-flavoured ice-cream, and he did seem to enjoy it.
Double Scoop Ice-Cream
The couple shared this pair of Hazelnut and Durian ice-creams, and I think the consensus amongst the three at the table was that the Durian flavour was the clear favourite - me, I don't like durian much. Rebecca mentioned how it had bits of durian in the ice-cream, so durian fans should love this quite a lot. The Hazelnut one meanwhile was milder, yet very smooth and milky.
$8.50 for the waffles with double scoop of ice-cream
$5.50 for the brownie with single scoop of ice-cream
$5.20 for double scoop of ice-cream
$3.00 for single scoop of ice-cream
$2.00 for "kids" scoop of ice-cream
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