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"Desserts Bonding" At Cold Stone Creamery

From Orchard Road, we walked and walked... and come to think of it, I really cannot recall where and how we landed here.  Maybe I was busy "talking" and "talking" with my camera that I couldn't really remember which shopping mall I landed in... I just let myself being led here and there... and the timing was quite good...
  
Passed by some shopping lots.... the mall was not so brightly lit up
 
and after some turnings, we reached our destination... 
by the time we reached the mall, I was already thirsting for the desserts...
Cold Stone Creamery!
The Ultimate Ice Cream Experience?
Let's wait and see....
As usual there are toppings for us to choose from....but we chose none... hahahaa....
Didn't manage to catch the ice cream being tossed here and there...
Here it is after some tossing.....
It looks like a bit soft here... 
Well, I guess I took a bit too long to capture the best angle...
Anyway....
Happy Desserts' Bonding!

Comments

  1. Anything else other than ice cream?

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  2. Wah Ice Cream! I'm so gonna try this next time! Which part of Orchard Road eh?

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  3. Yumm...the name is very cool..Cold Stone.hehhe

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  4. so this is what we called "fried ice cream" over here?? but they have such a grander name "creamery" haha!! oooh, which flavor did you choose?? looks good leh~~

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  5. When I see all of you open big mouth,I also feel like open my mouth to eat the ice cream. Am ice cream lover but must eat in moderate only.

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  6. baskin robbins better or Cold stone?

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  7. sharon: Orchard Central? So we were still in Orchard when we had that? Ok, thanks for letting me know.. hehee..


    ken: I think Cold Stone has a few branches in the Singapore malls...

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  8. ling: I think Klang valley also has this..


    sk: my kids sure go for oreo one.. and one more is walnuts I think...

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  9. irene: yeah.. i also must cut down... :)


    rose: yummy yumsss!!

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  10. I'm an ice-cream fanatic & tried almost everything here! I also like to stock-up Ben & Jerry ice-creams, but hubby is worried that I'm eating too much. Lol!

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  11. shirley: i like Ben & Jerry too.. a bit sweet but once awhile ok, right? :)


    sharon: hehehe..now i know...

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  12. We have TWO Coldstone Creameries fairly close, they are very popular here! I get the feeling you did not like it too much...

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  13. What an interesting place! I think we have no Cold Stone Creamery in Malaysia yet. Our country is so big yet our trend is so slow and currency is even smaller! How sad!

    Oh, we do have Hot Stone Massage! muahahahaha

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  14. Seems like you go Sg quite often! Soon you'll cover the whole Sg already xD

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  15. Ginny: I love ice creams like these...


    TM: I thought we have this in KL?


    hayley: no la..not yet, each time I go, it is only a short visit...

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  16. Bananaz dunwan clod stone juz wanna have my ice cream

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  17. Bananaz: Clod stone maybe Malaysia got... Cold Stone none...

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  18. interesting! I would love the ice-cream too!

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  19. No, there is no Cold Stone Creamery in KL yet. I have heard so much about this delicious ice cream and at last I tried it in Taipei. Maybe the weather is not hot in Taipei so it did not taste as good as I expected it to. Or my expectation is too high.

    So how do you like it? Would you like to eat it again?

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  20. wenn: sama-sama... :)


    mun: Yes, I have tried it few times... i dont mind going for ice cream after dinner!

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  21. Any ice cream after dinner? Of just cold stone ice cream? Or is it when it comes to ice cream, you are ok with any brands. :)

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