We got the Speculoos Apple pie and the Pineapple Cheesecake flavours - both in which we didn’t really like at all, unfortunately. They were Gourmet flavours so that was an additional $1.20 x2, which doesn’t count in the Burpple 1-for-1 deal of course. Almost all of the flavours here were either Premium (+$1) or Gourmet (+$1.20).

The textures of the ice creams weren’t creamy at all which made the ice cream enthusiast in me sad. Speculoos Apple Pie had a very dry mouthfeel and tasted one dimensionally cinnamon-y. The Pineapple Cheesecake had an airy texture, similar to half melted whipped cream, and the dried pineapple bits inside were way too sweet. There were also chunks of what seemed like cheesecake but felt like sweet uncooked batter that stuck to our teeth a bit too much.

Perhaps we chose the flavours wrongly - we were simply excited to try some interesting mixes and creations. I think the flavours here all seemed really creative and innovative (there was even kueh bang kit, how cool is that!?) but perhaps the execution will require a bit more fine tuning. I believe that the texture and mouthfeel of ice cream is very crucial and sets apart the good ice cream parlours from the average ones - you could have a simple flavour but still win the hearts of customers if the mouthfeel is on point.

We visited on a weekday evening and the cafe was about half full. The interior of the cafe is cutely decorated, making the place a pleasant spot to chill with friends if you aren’t too fussed about the ice cream. The Burpple 1-for-1 deal makes the price a little more reasonable though be ready to pay extra as most flavours are premium/gourmet requiring additional top ups.