[CLOSED] Icebox Cafe

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* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * *Muslim-owned SHAKES IN YOUR FACE . BINGSU . TOASTS

89 Rangoon Road
#01-02 Urban Lofts
Singapore 218375

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In the middle of the toast contain vanilla ice cream with whipped cream on top. Din quite like it. The base of the toast was hard. Not enough ice cream/syrup to dip the big toast.

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It was yummy. But the drink inside finish up fast cose ice cream inside took up half the space

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Icebox is a popular halal cafe that serves halal Korean bingsu, shakes and thick toasts. The servings are huge which makes it great for sharing. Please read my review at www.hungryghost.sg


Got this bowl for $12.90! Portion is pretty big for the price, but overall it wasn't very sweet. Quite tasteless. However, they were generous with the serving of cookies though, with another layer of Oreo beneath the top layer. The ice cream was good, and there were three chunks of cheesecake which were fantastic, wished they put more of this! The syrup/milk at the side was pretty diluted and did not add much to the taste.

Just next to Old Hen Coffeebar is this cosy cafe, where you can enjoy a bowl of Korean shaved ice (or two!). Bingsu options here are aplenty, from fruity flavours like Mixed Berries Tickles ($15.90) and Cheesy Mango ($12.90) to locally inspired ones like Avocado' Gado ($15.90) and Chendol Melts ($12.90). Bring a few friends and order the latter to share — it is a familiar combination of attap seeds, pandan jelly, gula Melaka and red bean. Fancy a drink? Opt for Clad in Black ($12.90), a decadent dark chocolate milkshake liberally drizzled in thick chocolate syrup, topped with whipped cream, strawberries and a brownie!
Avg price: $15 per person
Photo by Burppler Shawn Loh

Probably the least known local take of a Dominique Ansel dessert in town. It comes with a scoop of ice-cream behind where you can opt from different flavours available (e.g Caramel, Creamy Cookie, Strawberry, Chocolate). Personally I thought the jar of milk was a little too big for the portion of cookie shot, requiring more than a few pours to finish (which I eventually gave up drinking) while the cookie shot itself was a light and soft chocolate cookie which wasn't too dense but held on well without crumbling into a mess lined with melted chocolate to compliment the slight salted flavour of the cookie. The Creamy Cookie ice-cream melted a tad quickly, and though overall the dessert was fine (though I do think that Dominique Ansel's version must have been more refined than this), the cafe itself was a little under-maintained and stuffy; a bit hard to convince return visits somehow.