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Mural on the wall can induce craving – Udders Ice Cream

The mural of a samsui woman and Ya Kun Kaya Toast have been in the news lately. There has been a storm in a tea cup after an anonymous complainant called that mural “offensive”. We found another Ya Kun Kaya Toast outlet with an external wall mural. This one should bring a smile and not a frown. Head down to Aliwal Street and you will spot the familiar Ya Kun sign. On the wall facing Aliwal Street, there is a delightful surprise: a vibrant mural simply saying “Udders.”

Ya Kun & Udders Beach Road

Udders Ice Cream

Udders Ice Cream Aliwal Street

Ya Kun Kaya Toast occupies a corner shop house located at the junction of Beach Road and Aliwal Street. The rear of the premises houses Udders Ice Cream, Singapore’s popular brand known for combining unique flavours with a generous sprinkle of humour. They have a cheeky name, and a “Moo-nu” offering “Asian flavours for Asians, and Alcoholic flavours for…. well, Alcoholics (!)”. They even created a special Kimchi ice cream for the Trump-Kim summit. Singaporeans can have a sense of humour and be udderly creative.

Founded in 2007 by David and Peck Lin, Udders has grown from a single store to over 15 outlets across Southeast Asia. Their ice cream is a familiar sight in supermarkets, petrol kiosks and even on board air planes.

Udders Beach Road

Udders Ice Cream Aliwal Street

Udders Beach Road has a Beach Road address although its entrance is facing Ailwal Street. There is an outdoor dining space. The interior has a cheerful ice cream parlour atmosphere with a bright orange counter, patterned tiled floors and avant garde seats.

Udders Ice Cream Beach Road

Udders Ice Cream Beach Road

Menu of Udders

Udders Beach Road

The menu of Udders offers ice cream, sundaes, waffles, cakes and pies.

Ice cream flavours are divided into categories – classic, premium and connoisseur. A single scoop of classic ice cream costs $4.80.

Udders menu
Udders Signature Sundaes

They have cosmopolitan flavours like Salted Caramel and Earl Grey. Asian flavours would include Hojicha, Muach Chee and Kueh Salat. For those who like something alcoholic, there are Yakult Soju, Lychee Martini and Baileys & Bourbon.

Durian ice cream is one of the flavours that made Udders famous. They take durian indulgence to the next level with two options: the Connoisseur Mao Shan Wang ice cream ($7.20 per scoop) and the Emperor Mao ($10.20 per scoop). The latter is said to contain over half its weight in pure Mao Shan Wang flesh.

Mao Shan Wang and Chendol

Udders Mao Shan Wang Ice Cream in a Cone

We opted for the Connoisseur Mao Shan Wang ice cream ($7.20) on a Cone ($1.60). It had a nice slightly bitter and sweet taste with that unmistakable durian fragrance, but not overpowering. The creamy ice cream was pure indulgence, perfectly complemented by the large, crispy cone.

Udders Mao Shan Wang Ice Cream
    
Udders Singapore Chendol ice cream   on signature crispy waffle

We also ordered the Singapore Chendol ice cream ($4.50) served on their signature crispy waffle ($5.50). The delightful concoction captured the essence of chendol – a creamy coconut base with palm sugar sweetness, punctuated by the green chendol noodles and red beans. The waffle was warm and crisp on the outside, and had a fluffy buttery interior.

Udders Singapore Chendol ice cream

Delightful Ice Cream

The next time you are in the Beach Road area, you may want to look for the Udders mural and indulge in a scoop or two of their delightful ice cream. It may just be the perfect antidote to a fiery debate and a good way to cool down after a heated conversation. Hopefully there will be no complainant who would call the mural at Aliwal Street “offensive” because it referenced a certain body part of a cow.

Ratings:
Food: 4
Service: 3
Value: 3
Atmosphere: 3
Overall Rating: 3 TOPs 3 Tops

    

Udders Ice Cream Beach Road
345 Beach Road
Singapore 199568

Tel: +65 6299 3345

​Opening Hours: 11 am – 11 pm

Nearby MRT Station: Nicoll Highway (CC5)

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