The menu at I Scream offers Italian gelato, sundaes and Korean Bingsu. Initiated by the same people being the Arteastiq Boutique Tea House at Mandarin Gallery, I Scream aims to offer affordable pricing desserts in a cosy setting. I Scream also has a very interesting charging scheme. They offer the pay-as-you-weigh concept where diners will pay based on the weight of the ice cream, instead of a predetermined size.
They certainly did not lack customer support. Although they did not get overly crowded, they had a constant stream of customers and this was a Tuesday weekday night.
My recommendation is to skip the liqueur-infused concoctions, they had a ‘cough syrup’ aftertaste. And go straight for their waffles! For the ice-cream, I say skip the vanilla flavour too and go for the cocoa based ones.
Their waffles came crisp on the exterior and chewy inside, perfectly made. The Stout waffles also had a lovely intense malt taste to the waffles, a sinfully good combination when eating with chocolate ice cream.
Korean bingsu was rather disappointing. It was sweet.. way too sweet for me.
The red beans also felt undercooked but the owners clarified that this is the authentic Korean style – can’t confirm on this since I am not that familiar with Korean bingsu. I was also expecting the ice to be really fine and soft, but the shaved ice used here felt closely to the old style ice-kachang shaved ice.
They also have Sundae options, including this Floss Sundae comprising of cotton candy with cassis berry liquor infuse on wild berries gelato.
Address: Blk 89 Bedok North Ave 4 #01-109 Singapore 460089
Opening Hours: Mon to Sun 12pm to 12am daily
Blog post disclaimer: This is not a sponsored post. The ice cream and desserts were compliments of I Scream as part of a media tasting session. All views expressed are my own.