Cool down with these desserts

Rollney’s vanilla (left) and chocolate (right) ice cream, Kürtőskalács.

ICE cream and dessert lovers will be spoilt for choice at Pavilion Bukit Jalil this month.

If you enjoy Taiwanese desserts, consider visiting Yam Fresh.

The outlet serves shaved ice with seven base flavours — Herb Jelly, Soybean, Matcha, Coconut, Milk Tea, Chocolate and Mango.

Customers should give Yam Fresh’s new option Cendol Coconut Ice a try too.

Also serving up cendol is Baskin-Robbins, which is introducing the all-new Cendol Blast Ice Cream Milkshake in conjunction with National Day.

This local ice cream flavour is only available in August.

Also consider its popular milkshakes available in flavours such as Very Berry Strawberry and Classic Chocolate.

Then there’s Rollney’s chocolate and vanilla ice cream, Kürtoskalács. This ice cream originated from Hungary and is unlike other ice creams as its cone is made up of cylindrical-shaped hollow pastries.

At the Oat Story kiosk located at The Food Merchant, you can have oat ice cream made purely from oat milk and plant-based milk.

For fro-yo lovers, Llao llao is serving frozen yogurt with various toppings like fresh fruit, Oreo cookie crumble and M&Ms. Or try its special sauces for that extra layer of flavour.

And don’t miss out on the Choco Dino Waffle as well as Choco Dino Sundae by A&W. Dig into their crispy waffles with their signature RB float.

For dining recommendations, shoppers can enquire at Pavilion Bukit Jalil’s concierge.

Happy (ice cream) feasting!

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