1. Aboong Malaysia 아붕
Opened On December 11, 2015, Aboong cafes with its lovely cute Bungeoppang (Japanese yaki alike) ice cream quickly set off a boom among ice cream lovers. Aboong cafe originated from South Korea and had more than twenty branches in East and Southeast Asia.
Their ice cream has a combination of three of Korea’s most popular dessert, fish shape bread, cheese ice cream and chocolate fondue.
It’s kind of exciting experience, fun and delicious to eat.
2. Hail’s Soft Serve
The ice cream here is hand made with 100% natural ingredients, without artificial flavors, and freshly prepared every day.
The soft texture of the ice cream combines with their signature crispy waffle; people can’t help but eat them all.
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3. Æbout Ice Cream
Opened in November last year, the ice cream selection at Æbout Ice Cream is still quite limited.
They serve handmade ice cream imported from New Zealand.
The must try flavor will be the mint and triple chocolate flavor.
4. Happy Creme
Happy Creme is an Ice Cream stall hiding on the first floor of Parkson KLCC.
After a long day of shopping, there is nothing better than eating delicious honeycomb ice cream to cool down a bit.
Happy Creme also provides other tidbit and sauce for pairing with its delicious pure milk soft ice cream. Tidbit and sauce include honey, popcorn, caramel syrup, Milo powder and oatmeal, peaches and some others.
For fans of Japanese Matcha tea or any other Japanese-style tea, Tsujiri located in the Uptown is where they need to go.
There have many kinds of desserts, from soft ice cream, powdered ice, ice blended drinks and other unique beverages.
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From the initial selection of only cereal and milk chocolate soft ice cream, Softsrve has expanded its menu to includes flavors like green tea and oolong tea.
You can add toppings such as honeycomb, popcorn, cotton candy, chocolate chips, and even truffles to your ice cream.
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7. Ice Dreams Cafe (IDC)
Spicy apple pieces, retro strawberries and cream, lemon grass and ginger, coconut Anzac biscuit, black Doris plum and whipped cream – these are just some of the Kapiti flavors ice cream provided by IDC.
Enjoy New Zealand’s famous, delicious, coupled with affogato cream ice cream, or eat together with a muffin, pizza and sandwiches.
8. The Ais Uptown Damansara
The ice cream table top which located at the middle of The Ais have more than 30 flavors of handmade ice cream and sorbet.
The choices you can make including cinnamon plums, Horlicks Kit Kat, rum and raisins, Bailey’s, Malacca coconut sugar, coffee, nuts, lemon seeds and dragon fruit.
It can be pair with mini pancakes or the newly release waffles.
9. Waka Waka Gelato
Waka Waka Gelato was founded by Marie Peh, a college student. She fell in love with Italian-style ice cream when she was on vacation with his family in Rome.
Marie made fresh gelato with no artificial flavors and coloring. She only uses the material with good quality.
Would you like to taste the ice cream? Then you should pay attention to her Facebook and Instagram, because Waka Waka Gelato has no shops, she open her ice cream stall randomly.