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17 March 2010

I know ice-cream purists would scoff at mix-in ice-creams but I for one do like such sweet, chunky and flavourful delights, and even more so when there's something chocolatey rolled inside. I used to adore Cold Rock Ice Creamery a lot but it is a little pricey (so is Marble Slab Creamery) so I kinda indulge in that only once in a while. The Easties in Singapore though do have something to cheer about, because Ice Cream Chefs is more reasonable priced and boasts some pretty interesting flavours as well.

Chippy Mint & Blue Berries with Maltesers

Of course, don't get too creative with your mixes. I think I made up an odd combination of mint chocolate, blue berries and chocolate Maltesers, and the final product turned out to be one of multiple, distinct flavours trying to outdo one another and vie for my attention.

Hersheys Chocolate & Pandan Kaya with Famous Amos Cookies

This combination by Jovin was a winner. I think it had a lot to do with the unique and delicious pandan kaya ice-cream that was really quite addictive and which went pretty well with its chocolate-flavoured counterpart. The simple cookies meanwhile provided that extra crunch to the otherwise smooth ice-cream.

Very good.

$3.10 for a small cup
$4.80 for a medium cup
$0.90 for each mix-in.

520 East Coast Road, Ocean Park Building.
Along Main East Coast Road.
For a look at Ice Cream Chefs' pretty website, click here.

Pictures taken with the Canon Ixus 80 IS.

8 Foodie Comments:

ice said...

"I know ice-cream purists would scoff at mix-in ice-creams..." hmm... I sense some kind of reference here. =P

Like seriously, can you even taste the individual flavors after all the mix-ins?

So how does durian eew + peanut butter + kaya ice cream + marshmallows & nutella mix-ins sound to you? Horrifying. :S

March 17, 2010 at 7:07 AM
Angeline said...

ice: haha. your combination really sounds horrifying! Disaster for those who doesn't eat durian!:P

harris: Despite all the mix-in ice-cream I've tried, I still prefer eating my scoop of ice-cream separately. Especially vanilla! *don't anyhow mix my lovely vanilla with weird flavours. LOL*

March 17, 2010 at 9:16 AM
*Harris said...

ice: haha not just you, i know a few others who don't like mix-in types. i think the magic is in the combination, no one should make one up like the one you described!

angeline: you and your vanilla ;) blic worked on your suggestion by the way, chunky peanutella? pb and nutella man!

March 17, 2010 at 10:27 AM
m said...

lol harris i see you've finally made your pilgrmage to the east:D my fave combi is horlicks and lots of mashed up kinder bueno but it only works if you eat it right away cos the wafer gets really hard and soggy.

March 17, 2010 at 11:46 AM
*Harris said...

ah michelle, i will try that soon then, once i make another "pilgrimage"!

there's so many things in the east that i have yet to explore!

March 17, 2010 at 11:56 AM
foodaholic said...

always a die-hard of kaya lotee + caramelised biscuits! :) Their fruity ones only go well with sweets like gummies.

March 18, 2010 at 10:49 AM
Paikia <3 said...

How do i get 2 ice cream chef by public transport? :X

May 15, 2010 at 11:30 PM
*Harris said...

hello! sorry couldn't reply earlier, i was overseas. not too sure about public transport for ice cream chefs, sorry!

May 18, 2010 at 11:38 PM

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