From Baby Moo Creamery at Blk 47 Lorong 6 Toa Payoh, taking over the former spot of The Little Prince Creamery — serving only waffles and ice-cream with coffee and tea, the interior is decked simply with all the fittings of the previous tenant mostly stripped away. In fact, the current decor is a little reminiscent of Merely Ice-Cream at Sunshine Plaza back in the days, especially with the use of simple stools and pellet tables with white walls and concrete flooring.

Between the two, the D24 Durian was the clear winner — it's evidently pungent, smooth and creamy; it only seem to lack the fibers of the actual fruit itself but certainly rich and really almost like having the actual durian itself (you know it's good when the D24 Durian flavour is being covered by a lid while the other flavours are left exposed). The Chendol carried hints of Gula Melaka — it's pretty reminiscent of the actual deal with the light sweetness and Pandan Jelly (which unfortunately turn rather icy from being in the display freezer — a common problem with this flavour in other places), though the ice-cream felt a tad icy and clumpy in bits; a rather stark contrast from the smooth and luscious D24 Durian.

Just had this and I feel ya!!! They’d be a hit if they incorporated some durian flesh into the ice cream 🤤