Swensen’s has done it again. After recently releasing their nuggets ice cream, they are now giving ketupat a new twist by offering a giant ice cream cake version of it.
Ketupat Ice Cream Cake
Instead of the usual cooked rice, the giant ketupat contains a refreshing icy core of fragrant pandan kaya ice cream, inspired by the Singaporean breakfast staple of kaya toast. It costs $55 for the 550 g ice cream cake.
This is one of Swensen’s Ramadan specials, which will be available till 21 May 2023.
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Swensen’s Ramadan specials
In addition, the showstopper Nasi Lemak Ice Cream Cake ($55.00, 600 g) also returns by popular demand, along with the Pandan Bandung Ice Cream Roll ($48.00, 500 g).
Other Ramadan specials at Swensen’s include Satay Ayam with Rice ($15.90). This features chicken satay on skewers made from a whole, juicy chicken thigh, together with spicy peanut sauce and tangy pineapple puree. Each plate is served with savoury rice, homemade achar and crunchy prawn crackers.
IMPOSSIBLE™ Satay Pizza ($17.90) is made with plant-based IMPOSSIBLE™ patty. Each slice is topped with mixed cheeses on a creamy satay-mayo base, together with sweet pineapple puree.
Meat-lovers can have the Ayam Panggang Pizza ($16.90), which consists of marinated grilled chicken with an array of herbs and spices.
The Ramadan Iftar Platter ($28.80) is a sharing platter of deep-fried golden munchies with two house-made dips – Cheesy Satay and Pineapple Mayo. Each platter comprises crunchy fried chicken strips, breaded fish, spicy chicken nuggets and toothsome cheesy bites. It is served with a side of achar and prawn crackers.
Customers may shop online for takeaway or islandwide delivery of Swensen’s latest festive specials, at shop.swensens.com.sg, or via GrabFood, Deliveroo and Foodpanda. For enquiries, the individual outlets can be contacted directly here.