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6 Raffles Boulevard
#02-170 Marina Square
Singapore
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Telephone: 6338 1244
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  1. catherinetgk
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     20 Mar 2009 at 9:38 pm

    Azabu Sabo. BAM! What comes to my mind? Yummy yummy Japanese Ice cream made into towering pyramids on super crunchy cones... well I wouldn't call them cones. They're not really cones. If you know what I mean. Anyway, I particularly like the fruit flavours (Eg, blueberry) as the chocolate is way to mild for a chocoholic like me. I've never tried the Hot... hot.. Bah. something hot. Hot cakes? NO.. nevermind. I've never tried anything other then their ice cream so I cannot really tell you much about them... Heard it was pretty okay, though. I like the ambience. You know, tinkling Japanese music, like that out of an anime series. However, the shop assistants there cannot really speak English. No offence. I still prefer Clarke Quay man.

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    1. hburn10
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       13 Jan 2009 at 11:38 am
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      Not worth it. Made a bad choice to come here for dinner under the recommendation of a friend's friend. Bad friend :(

      Was hankering after noodles, and saw that their udon selection is quite unique as they serve it flat, like kway chap. Decided on the very light soup udon, and my friend ordered teriyaki chicken set.

      The udon soup was very bland (but hot though), and came with the pieces of kway chap with leeks, mushrooms, and 2 pieces of very strange things. Looks like soggy fried beancurd but was utterly tasteless and painstakingly chewy. Like boiled mua chee with no peanuts.

      My friend couldnt finish his teriyaki chicken because it was served lukewarm and tasteless too. Looks not bad but didnt score in the taste department at all. Perhaps the chef ran out of soy sauce that day.

      Had been eyeing their green tea ice cream whenever I walk past, so I had to try it since I was there. Ordered the dessert duo: green tea ice cream moochi. The ice cream was not too bad, but moochi bland as well. Ugh.

      The other thing we tried was this vanilla ice cream with red beans and baked puffs served in a bowl. Not too bad actually because there was a nice contrast of hot and cold, and vanilla ice cream tasted homemade.

      Maybe the desserts was not bad because the mains were terrible. Service was nothing to complain about, and price was average, although I did spot their green tea ice cream on a cone being priced as $8.80 on the menu.

      Maybe worth buying ice cream to go when you have the cravings, but dont come here for dinner. You'd be better off at the food square :D

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      1. mik
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         01 Dec 2008 at 12:47 pm
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        Azabu Sabo has been famous for its authentic Hokkaido ice cream. A small cup of its ice cream like these costs $3.80, a bit expensice but it do guarantee the quality. if you are unsure of which flavour to choose, and do not want to regret ur choice, feel free to get the person to let u try the flavour you want! they do provide such services.

        Green tea ice cream. there is a hidden taste of milk but not very strong. I heard its the authentic kind from Hokkaido. the taste is not too sweet and just right. i like the taste of the green tea. soothing for ur tongue.

        Tiramisu. there is an obvious taste of wine in the ice cream. but again, not overwhelming. a veru special and unique taste which i have never tried before.

        Do give it a try if you are craving for authentic jap ice cream =)

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