One of the bestsellers here is the red bean bingsu ($6.80). It comes in a sizeable serving for two or three people to share. However, the ingredient combinations are odd – they had the usual red bean with almond flakes and cornflakes with rice cakes. The ice is finely shaved and smooth but the overall texture is uneven, with some parts milkier than others. The liberal use of cornflakes also backfired, overpowering other flavours with sugar. All in all, though, it did well, and is a good way to sate cravings when you're low on cash.
Its second outlet is at Punggol Waterway Point (#01-K16).
|Venue name:||One Ice Café|
2 Jurong East Central 1
|Opening hours:||Daily 12.30-9.30pm|
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