$5 for $10 Worth of Ice Cream at Blic Ice Cream Cafe
- 30 exotic and unique flavours
- Made fresh daily with top quality ingredients
- Bright and cheerful setting
- Bring friends - may combine Groupons per visit
- Food bloggers’ Favourite
Early layman attempts to incorporate local flavour into ice-cream treats resulted in disastrous, wince-inducing inventions of Rum & Roti, Chocolate Chip Chicken Rice Dough and the questionable Sambal Sorbet. Let the experts rescue ailing tastebuds from mediocre combinations with today’s Groupon: for $5, you get $10 worth of ice cream at Blic Ice Cream Cafe.
Blic Ice Cream’s experts have cunningly churned out palate-pleasing frozen treats walloped with a heavy dose of local flair. Lick away at Milo Dino, Cempedak and Calamansi Sorbet flavours (Classic flavours from $3.20-$6.30) or hit the makan trail with a roost of premium adventures such as Durian King (Mao Shan Wang), SCaM (Soursop + Calamansi + Martini), Honey Choya Sorbet (Plum Liqueur) and Bird’s Nest (Almond + Bird’s Nest). These premium flavours are priced between $5.20 and $7.80.
If erring on the side of outrageous is not for you, dip into delectable, freshly-made Ferraro (Chocolate + Hazelnut), Mexican Vanilla, Caramel Butterscotch and Kahlua Cookies (Kahlua, Caramel, Cookies). For a brain-freezing frenzy, blitz your favourites in a milkshake (Classic $5.80, Premium $8.80) to slurp on as you read, study or people-watch at Blic’s chipper-as-chips outlet.
“Good things are worth travelling for, and with new flavours introduced every fortnight I think it's quite fun actually to go and be surprised! The SCaM(comprising of soursop, calamansi and martini) has been reworked so much so that it's one of my favourite flavours now - on the first couple of seconds you'd get that strong hint of sour, but smack your lips a little and the dryness of the martini gets to you... lovely. Other improved flavours include the Mango (fresh goodness!) and Strawberry Chunk (sweeter now).” – The Simplest Aphrodisiac Review
“The place served up authentic homemade ice-cream and sorbets without preservatives, artificial flavours or fillers – a pure food philosophy that was right after my heart! …Personally, I can’t wait for Blic to show up at another location in Singapore and oh, if and when you get a chance to visit Blic at Tampines, don’t forget to try their Tiramisù ice-cream. It comes in its very own cup, with espresso soaked savoiardi. Like all other ice-cream flavours, their Tiramisù is the real deal, and in this day of pre-fab foods, I find Blic’s ice-cream a sweet relief to tuck into.” – Cheryl Marie Cordeiro Review
“There are just so many flavours to choose from! You name it, they (almost) certainly have it: Double Choc, Ferrero, Dino Milo, Lychee, Coffee, Rum & Raisin, Banana Peanut Crunch, Green Tea, Black Sesame, Seasalt Malt, Mentos Chocolate Ball, Baileys, Mango, Strawberry Chunk and the list goes on. After much fuss, we settled on the Chunky Peanutella. The lethal "heaty" combination of peanut and nutella was so thick that it tasted like the real peanut butter stirred with nutella and accompanied by bits of peanut. We wondered how it would have tasted with some bread but was too distracted by the premium scoop of Mao Shan Wang ice cream.” – OpenRice.sg Review
“Décor-wise, I like the clean and simple layout, with spacious tables for group chillout and bar seats for quiet people gazing on a lazy afternoon. [sic] For ice cream lovers in the East, Blic has the potential to become the hangout place without travelling far. They are constantly improving on their existing flavours, such as SCaM (Soursop, Calamansi and Martini) that didn't go too well with me, as well as coming up with new creations! (Butter Caramel, Roasted Almond with Macadamia)” – Memoirs of Food Review