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If you’re feeling the heat – or the hunger – in Singapore you don’t need to take a chill pill: just head to Icebox Cafe in Little India, a hop, skip and a jump away from Farrer Park station up Rangoon Road. This is one cool and 100% halal-certified eatery when it comes to the city’s crowded creperie and cafe scene, offering up a diorama of dessert-type dishes and refreshing beverages designed to mop the sweat from pits and brow from the inside out.
People there is friendly and helpful. Althou some items sold out but still nice afterall! Definitely not my last and many more to come! :)
Superb!!!!! Service was gd.....e ice shavings was superb.....i luv it....u ppl shld go n try it.....it was a very nice n satisfying trip....great for cpls and fam...
Nice chillout place and attentive service. But very slow despite only 3 small grps of customers there. Nothing great about the menu. Bingsu is tasteless.
If you thought Little India was nothing but Singapore’s haven for hot food, you’re wrong. Here at Icebox Cafe down Rangoon Road it’s all about chilling out as you chow down on delectable desserts and chug down sweet drinks. The Overdose Snow Dessert is a glacial explosion of green tea, injeolmi and chocolate banana, while the best of the so-called Shakes In Your Face has to be The Cream In Between – Oreos, cheesecake, more cookies of the non-Oreo kind, blended to fluffy perfection.
At Icebox Cafe, the peanut butter cheesecake-stuffed chocolate brownie is about as savoury as it gets, so be sure to brush and floss post-indulgence. Singapore’s real fruitcake will get a kick from the turon – cheese stuffed with jackfruit and banana, while the simply thirsty might want to soften their serve a little with the variety of Thai-style iced teas on offer. Such a sweet feast is rare to find in Little India – but thankfully Farrer Park station is not too far away so it’s easy to drag your engorged body back home for some well-deserved R&R.