Saturday, July 24, 2010

Udders Ice Cream ....... Milking outlet in the East.

Fresh made ice cream seems to be the name of the game for ice cream parlours nowadays. We have a spoil for choice now that there's Island Creamery, Tom's Palette, Ice Cream Chefs ....etc. Since I've moved to the East, the frequencies of visiting ice cream parlours have increased. The reason, the several ice cream parlours in this part of Singapore that opened to post dinner hours.

Udders is one of the ice cream parlour that had made a name for themselves for their freshly made uniquely flavored ice cream. Now their outlets are sprouting. Recently, they have one in Siglap. I've checked out Udders website and liked it that they are showing what flavors are still in the R&D phase. We've heard about the Mao Shan Wang Ice Cream and decided to visit for a takeaway.

On a Wednesday night, at 9.30pm, we were surprised that we were greeted to a full house. The Siglap outlet have 2 storeys and there were no space for us. HY and I had to do the takeaway.

Snickers Mars Honeycomb Vanilla
I tried their classic snickers and mars flavour and was sure that its going to be my own classic flavour if I visit Udders again. I love Mars bar, Snickers bar and Vanilla ice cream as a child. Now I can have the 2 chocolate caramel bars and milky rich vanilla ice cream all in one. The Snicker and Mars bar were crushed up into crumbs and then mixed into Udder's fresh and rich vanilla ice cream. Sometimes, you'll have to bite through the tough nuts in the snicker crumbs. This is a sweet one for the sweet tooth.

My Snickers Mars Honeycomb Vanilla flavour in a cone.

Mao Shan Wang
Mao Shan Wang is definitely one of the most popular durian varietal of the decade and Udder's had to blend it into an ice cream. The results, several empty ice cream trays that needs frequent refills. Like the real Mao Shan Wang, the ice cream is very creamy and tasted very 'durian'. Udder's creation of the Mao Shan Wang is potent for a durian ice cream but I still like the punch out of the real thing, the Mao Shan Wang straight out of the thorny husk.

HY's Mao Shan Wang Durian in a cone.

* Photos taken with my iPhone 3GS

87 Upper East Coast Road
Tel: 65 6448 8732
Opening Hours
Sun-Thu 12pm-11pm
Fri-Sat 12pm-12am

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