218 Bedok North Street 1
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Love the contrast between the warm lava cookie and cold ice cream. The lava cookie is a must-have. The ice cream tasted great too :) got the Hokkaido milk blue chai and butter brown flavours :)

Matcha Lava Set - $9.50
Blueberry Honey Yogurt + $1.50
Many knows of Kooks Creamery for their iconic cookie with molten chocolate/ matcha. This time I paired it with collaboration flavour, Jeju Breeze. Lovely yogurt gelato with a mix of honey and blueberries, giving it a sweet sour flavour & rather appetising
Kooks Creamery

I am borderline obsessed with the ruby lava cookie from Kooks but I decided to try something new on my third visit there. Went for the matcha lava set, and was unfortunately not as impressed as I was with the pink ruby. Matcha lava was a tad bit watery, and the taste of matcha was just decent. I would’ve appreciated it if the matcha lava was much thicker and came through stronger, but that’s really just my personal preference. The blue chai Hokkaido milk is usually my go to flavour, but for some reason, it didn’t really complement as well with the cookie as I’d hope to. Ultimately, the matcha cookie still makes a decent choice, but I think my high expectations set from the pink ruby cookie would make me choose the latter over the former.


Loved the pink ruby lava set so much that I came back for it. The standard of the lava cookie remained pretty consistent — warm and comforting, although I did think that the lava did not flow out as much this time. That did not matter so much to me, as the smooth consistency and the sweet fruitiness of the pink ruby chocolate remained apparent.
This time, I went for the milk cereal flavour for my ice cream. The milk cereal ice cream was lighter in flavour — yes, you can taste the milk flavour, but it is not too strong. This can be either a good or bad thing for you, entirely depending on personal preference. I did think it was pretty decent. Because of the milk cereal flavour, the plate was likewise scattered with cornflakes, which gave the ice cream and the cookie and additional crunch, which I really enjoyed! As for the milk cereal flavour, I do think that it complemented the cookie set pretty decently because it was not too overpowering. I did prefer the pairing with the Blue Chai Hokkaido Milk flavour.


Pistachio flavour was sufficiently nutty, and the texture of the ice cream was on the thicker side. What I found interesting was that the pistachio nuttiness really kicked in at the end of every bite you take. Pretty decent!


Correct me if I am wrong but I believe that this is a specialty flavour, which warrants a top up of $1.50 from the usual price of $3.80. The Watermelon rose flavour seemed like an interesting and unique choice, so we went for it. I do believe that it requires an acquired taste to be enjoyed. Both watermelon and rose tastes were apparent — specifically a fruity watermelon node and an undertone of bandung creaminess. The cacao nibs did not provide much flavour, but it gave a slight crunch to the scoop. Think the texture of a creamy scoop of chocolate chip ice cream, just that the flavours are completely different and the ice cream is pink. An interesting flavour which I’d recommend you to go for it if you are thinking about it, but I personally would not get it again.