It is always a joy to find a good dessert place with affordable prices. Mak Mak Ice Cream Cafe, which is located on the second level at JCube, is one good example. Priced at $5.50, the ice cream rollies here are priced reasonably. Embarking on fried ice cream rolls, which hit Singapore hard last year, this cafe bowls us over with its fascinating and ingenious ice cream flavours.
S’MORES Rollies. Chocolate base mixed with digestive biscuits, topped with a toasted jumbo marshmallow.
Mango Sticky Rice Rollies. Mango base mixed with coconut milk stick rice, drizzled with mango sauce and topped with cubes of mango.
Solero Split Lime Rollies. A blast from the past! Vanilla base with lime generous amount of lime slush.
Ispahan Rollies. Rose base mixed with lychee, drizzled with raspberry syrup.
Paddlepop Rollies. Topped with butter sticks, sprinkled with Fruity Pebbles and popping candy.
What draws me back time and again is how innovative the owner, Yu Ze, is. He is constantly creating new flavours and taking inspiration from the old school as well as present trends.
By the way, some of these flavours are part of the Secret Menu, so they will not be on the menu when you are there.
Mak Mak Ice Cream Café
2 Jurong East Central 1, #02-65
Opens daily from 1100-2200hrs
Nearest MRT Station: Jurong East Station (North South Line & East West Line)