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You Know You Live in a Foodie's Haven When...

1. There's a Magnum Pleasure store popping up from time to time.


The Magnum Pleasure Store at VivoCity, Singapore (photo taken last November 2013)

It's the place where Magnum ice cream bar fanatics can get their fill of various decadent desserts (prices start at S$12++/Php408.00* to S$25.++/Php850.00) cocktails (S$15.++/Php510.00 to S$16.++/Php544.00) all inspired and starring this ridiculously expensive treat.

Now located at the Raffles City mall in Singapore.

Magnum Pleasure Store
Raffles City mall
252 North Bridge Road
Singapore 179103
T     +65 6318 0238  
W     http://www.mymagnum.com.sg/

2. A robot serves you ice cream.

robofusion ice cream kiosk at Toys R Us in VivoCity, Singapore

The robofusion concept's simple -- 1 robot serving you 2 ice cream flavors with 3 toppings.  And all for S$6.00 (Php204.00*) a serving.  Yikes!

Check out the video below for a quick peek.



 

robofusion Ice Cream Kiosk
Toys R Us
VivoCity mall, Singapore 098585
T     +65 6273 0661
W     http://www.robofusionicecream.com 

Hmm... Wonder what will open up next?

*S$1 = Php34

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Planning to visit?  Drop by my "Getting Around Singapore" post (click here) for more details on how to get around the Lion City.

Comments

  1. Interesting place! Kahit ako mageenjoy.hehehe

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  2. Is Magnum a craze in SG too? It used to be here in Manila.

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    1. It isn't so much of a craze in Singapore. But they do have a lot of new flavors popping out all the time. =)

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