FATCAT Ice Cream Bar (Bedok)

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~$10/pax
FATCAT Ice Cream :: Made from Scratch Extracting flavours from natural ingredients using modern techniques. Be surprised by how far natural flavours go!

416 Bedok North Avenue 2
#01-25
Singapore 460416

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Friday:
01:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
01:00pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
01:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
01:00pm - 10:00pm

Tuesday:
Closed

Wednesday:
01:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
01:00pm - 10:00pm

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Like finally tried their ice cream after a long time. Bc I'm not staying at bedok so it's quite hard to try also 🥲. So I tried their flavour for tea flavour like Yuzu Matcha n Hojicha ($8.50). I saw a lot of interesting flavour out there also. I just like yuzu matcha a lot and got that strong yuzu taste > matcha. I felt that Hojicha was quite average roasted tea and not that strong taste tbh.

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Paid a visit to @fatcatsg ‘s newest location at Kovan! First visited their original outlet at Bedok (which was quite sometime before cafes/ice cream shops were as common as they are today) and happy that an outlet has conveniently opened up in the area! Tried their butterbeer and seasonal special flavour pineapple toffee tart. The butterbeer tasted a little too burnt (from the brown butter perhaps?) for my liking but their pineapple toffee tart was a winner! The pineapple flavours helped mellow out the toffee sweetness but the flavours still blended really well. They don’t have a dine-in area but they do have (limited) seats for small groups to sit and chat while eating ice cream/drinking coffee.

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FATCAT’s second enclave is just a short walk from Kovan MRT!

Taking on a much brighter tone, this outlet has 18 flavours on display with pints and ice cream cakes for takeaway. Expect to find unique flavours such as Butter Beer (yes, for you Potter-heads), Smoked Oolong & Seasalt Matcha.

Went for their Hokkaido Milk with seasonal Blackforest. Imagine creamy fresh milk ice cream with decadent 70% dark chocolate and cherry jam, it’s a harmonious balance of flavours. But for the purist, nothing hits the spot like a nutty sweet Pistachio.

Waffles were warm, fluffy, and crispy, paired well with the honey osmanthus ice cream which hit both sweet and floral notes! Loved it.

Have been wanting to get my grubby hands on these when I have first noticed that Fatcat Ice Cream Bar have been offering cold brews; after all, while usual cold brews are pretty much a common sight everywhere, Fatcat Ice Cream Bar’s variant brings the usual cold brew a little further with its infusion of their own house-made ice-creams.

With three different flavours to go for (Hokkaido Milk, Mocha and Matcha), my choice was the Hokkaido Milk — pretty similar to that of the usual Cold Brew (White) that are often seen at other specialty coffee cafes that are part of third-wave coffee movement. The Ice-Cream Milkshake Cold Brew (Hokkaido Milk) from Fatcat Ice Cream Bar whilst being distinctively more creamier in terms of flavour, still carried a more liquid consistency than other creamier cold brews like the ones offered by Curious Palette/Stranger’s Reunion/Wakey Wakey and Brawn & Brains. Their rendition is also sweeter, perhaps due to how their version employs the use of ice-cream over normal milk and sugar syrup that other spots tend to use, but is still pretty well-balanced by being a more richer and punchier concoction overall; still evident is the coffee’s earthy and nutty notes amidst all the creaminess and sweetness going on — one that I actually quite liked and would go for again.

Whilst Fatcat Ice Cream Bar is probably best known for their Mojito Spheres and Charcoal Waffles with Salted Egg Sauce in their beginning years, it is interesting to see how they have since also included other items such as the Ice-Cream Milkshake Cold Brew in their menu — an interesting move that gives them a wider variety than the usual ice-cream parlour elsewhere.

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Went on a Friday evening and it was def crowded! Got the charcoal waffles with Thai milk tea + earl grey lavender! One of the best waffles out there! Crispy and had a great burnt taste, and the ice cream were a great combo too! Love the ice cream and would certainly come back again

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