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Double Scoops And Waffles At Inside Scoop, De Gardens, Ipoh

NIGHT TIME DESSERTS!
After a hearty meal with my in-laws, I suggested to have the evening completed with some cold desserts..... I know for sure Andy will readily agree to what I have in mind, no doubt about that!  LOL... There is one ice cream corner at De Gardens, apart from Haagen Daz, now competing with them is Inside Scoop.

The first time I had desserts at Inside Scoop was at Gentings.  I tried their Musang King scoop and got smitten by it.  And now they are in Ipoh, I wanted to try this flavour again.
Andy loves waffles while I love the double scoops!

We ordered two flavours....
One D24 durian ice cream and the other is the Banana Pecan....
For this kind of order, it came to RM22.30
Our "ice-cream" looks before we dug in!
LOL... 


Comments

  1. Wah, ganas looks before attacking the ice cream and waffle. I have eaten Inside Scoop waffles before. Is tasty!

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    1. hahhaa... really Ganas when it comes to ice cream!

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  2. Hmmm...not too often, eh! Once in a while is fine. :D

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  3. I sokong having ice cream after dinner, even though stomach very full!

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  4. are the waffles sweet ? They looks very sweet to me..haven't been having ice cream for a while now cos my girls are having cough and flu.

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    1. Not so sweet as the cakes we normally buy...

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  5. It looks awesome and perfect. I would not be able to stay away from here.

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  6. Wow! Very tempting dessert.

    Luckily you have someone to share this, or I don't think you finish it all. You took the ice cream while he took the waffles. Not bad.

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  7. Your girl girl didn't join u?
    I've yet to try Inside Scoop....must do some "persuasion" work with hubby.

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  8. Mother & Son could pose for Ice Cream ads!!

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