Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Raffles Creamery @ Raffles Hotel

If you have been following the last few day's photos, right after dinner, we had ice cream. Raffles Creamery is just outside the door of Seah St Deli, in the courtyard.

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The next few photos are smaller photos (for quicker loading) of the process of 'tepanyaki-ing' the ice cream.

Our friend ordered a triple scoop, so 3 scoops of ice cream here.

Mashing and chopping....

More violently as it goes...

Is it mixed well yet? Not quite... Add in the toppings....

Spread it all on the freezer pan to cool the mixture, and to mix is well.

Hmmm with the scrapper that the person is using, wonder if he had prior experience in the cement industry.

More chopping! And rounding it up into a lump.

The lump is then scoop into the cup.

The butterscotch wet topping on top to finish it up.

Here's a video of them making the one I had.
Some exotic vanilla, gummy bears and granola cereal as toppings. I think it's a good job for those who likes to vent their anger! haha..

Yes, all of us ate inside the Deli, it was just too warm outside.

Not the best ice cream you can get, but the fun / wah! factor is there.

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Momo said...

Hmm...you are right, it looks kind of melting!

Keropok Man said...

but the gummy bear is yummy! haha...
one day bring you go eat!

tigerfish said...

There are 2 ice-cream parlors in the US - Marble Slab and Cold Stone (both are chains parlors) that do the same marble slab thing of 'tepanyaki-ing". The marble slab is supposed to keep the ice-cream cold.

mummy sze said...

The marble slab looks quite heavily used with the black stains ... Does that add flavour to the ice-cream... hahahaha !

Keropok Man said...

Think these kind of ice cream places are the in thing now.

There's also a Cold Rock in Holland Village. From Australia, have not tried the one in Singapore, but tried it in Brisbane, not bad at all! :-)

mummy sze,

Does baby sze likes ice cream like the mummy? hehe..

think its not marble leh, it's a freezer plate. like teppanyaki one, the white part are the frozen ice.

mama bok said...

Alot of hard work.. just for ice cream man..??

teckiee said...

omg... i want that ice cream! very unique wat of mixing them..

arzhou said...

Yea it totally reminds me of Cold Stones.

Keropok Man said...

mama bok,

yes, lots of work, but it was fun watching! haha...

come come to Singapore when you are free, go and eat from this place or the many places that have this 'wayang wayang' ice cream! haha..

one of these days lah, the pingsters can go to cold stones! since it is nearby.

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