Emack & Bolio's, the Boston staple for Insta-worthy ice cream cones is a must for dessert lovers.
Following the success of their 1st Singapore outlet at Jewel Changi Airport, they have opened a second branch at Suntec City.
Keep a lookout for their unique flavours, like the Grasshopper Pie, Deep Purple (featured on famous Korean TV drama, Korean Odyssey) or Cosmic Crunch, and stack them high atop an array of colourful cones decorated with coco pops, crushed oreos and more.
The Dark Gallery is a dark chocolate centric cafe encompassing not only a wide range of decadent dark chocolate desserts, but also providing a discovery platform about the origin of the chocolates used, and the art of making these dark treats.
A treasury of discovery on a canvas of chocolate. Open your senses. Discover the dark with The Dark Gallery.
The choux pastry dessert which regularly draw queues in Japan is coming to Singapore. Scheduled to open on 30 November at ION Orchard, Croquant Chou Zakuzaku will serve up their signatures like Croquant Chou stick and Hokkaido Milk Soft-Serve at their 1st Singapore store.
The brand’s famous Croquant Chou stick will be made fresh on-site in an open-concept kitchen with sugar, almonds, and egg whites, then piped a la minute with their house-made custard cream.
Famous American soft-serve brand Little Damage have recently opened their doors to a second location at the heart of Singapore’s original indie enclave – Haji Lane. Attracting city-dwellers and tourists of all ages, the new intimate space is the perfect respite from a day of exploring sunny Singapore.
Staying true to the brand’s aesthetic, Little Damage retains its monochromatic black-and- white gingham interiors and signature phrases emblazoned in red neon signages, while offering the ideal location for picturesque Instaworthy spots - perfect for patrons to pose with their photo-ready icy creations. The free-to-use photobooth is perfectly situated for customers to take fun-shots in the form of classic photo strips as memorabilia.
Little Damage celebrates the opening of its flagship location with the unveiling of a new indulgent flavour, Strawberries and Cream (S$7). Centred around celebrating and recapturing happy summer memories, this pastel pink soft serve is the ultimate sweet-tooth’s treat. The pastel pink hue contrasts perfectly with the pitch black, handcrafted charcoal cones (additional S$1). To intensify the experience, pair with a second flavour (additional $0.50) with choices such as neon blue Unicorn Tears (S$7) or classic melt-in-your-mouth Coffee Caramel.
Hailing from Downtown Los Angeles, Little Damage at Wheelock Place offers unique recipes that allow you to step outside of your comfort zone and get a little adventurous. Once you lick it, it's yours!
In 2017, Little Damage opened its doors in Los Angeles, California, USA and was received with immediate critical acclaim for its innovative and daring recipe. Their signature black cones are naturally coloured with activated charcoal and are hand rolled minutes before it is served to ensure the freshest taste.
Above all, they envision Little Damage as a place where treasured memories are made. Whether it be a first date, family outing or your go-to afternoon treat, they wish that every visit be unforgettable. Nothing makes them happier than a smile from a satisfied customer.
Get ready for Philippines top trending mango soft-serve Maxi Mango's arrival in Singapore. Originating from Davao, Philippines, Maxi Mango has taken The Philippines by storm, with over 43 outlets popping up all over Philippines in the short span of 10 months. Showing no signs of slowing down, Maxi Mango is taking the mango craze to Singapore with their very first flagship outlet here at Capitol Piazza.
Maxi Mango started as a pop-up kiosk at food fairs in 2017. A brave endeavor by 33-year-old Miki and Ivan Velasquez, the couple took a leap of faith by investing all their savings into the business before it became the massive success it is today.
Hailing from the country well-known for producing some of the sweetest mangoes in the world, Maxi Mango’s soft serve desserts are strictly made with real, fresh mangoes shipped directly from the Philippines. The juicy sweet mangoes are a perfect complement for Maxi Mango’s soft serve – the star component of the famous dessert. Having more than six years of experience in soft-serve desserts, the couple experimented tirelessly with different ingredients and flavours until they got the perfect mix.
Get ready to indulge in Maxi Mango’s signature version of the Filipino refrigerator cake, featuring succulent mangoes from the Philippines, velvety soft serve, and crushed graham crackers.
The Maxi Mango franchise is brought to Singapore by local lawyer-investor Jean Foo, who will work closely with the owners to expand Maxi Mango within Singapore, and subsequently around the Asia Pacific region. Maxi Mango officially opens on 2 August 2019 at Capitol Piazza.
The word from the bird is that this new 'rock around the clock' diner is where to be for burgers, hot dogs, sandwiches, milkshakes, floats, sundaes, and ice cream, and finger-snapping fun for the whole family.
Step in and be transported to Singapore’s heydays with retro touches that extend from the furnishing and interior décor to the menu. Enjoy all these in a classic diner setting from the ‘50s complete with accent wall tiles, silestone table and counter tops, and ceramic mosaic flooring, where vintage posters and neon lights will have you reliving the best of the era.
Find this blast from the past nestled between other vibrant dining options at Arcade @ The Capitol Kempinski, located right where the legendary Capitol Theatre and Capitol Building are located.
What are you waiting for, guys and dolls? Capitol Milk Bar beckons!
They treasure special memories here at Capitol Milk Bar, that’s why they have dedicated many of their burgers to some key people from the history of the Capitol Theatre.
Like silent screen legend Charlie Chapman and his brother Sydney who visited with Capitol Theatre’s Joe and Julius S. Fisher in 1932. Then there’s Douglas Fairbanks, one of the first movie stars to visit Singapore. During his 1935 visit he came to The Capitol to watch the film David Copperfield (1935) with Lady Sylvia Ashley.
Even Hollywood’s most irresistible woman Ava Gardner made an appearance here in 1954. She was in town to promote her new film, The Barefoot Contessa and attended a private dinner right here at the Capitol hosted by the Shaw Brothers who had taken over a damaged and neglected theatre after WW11. They repaired and restored her to former glory, also adding the now iconic neon sign. And let’s not forget that fun little fellow who entertained young Singaporeans with weekly matinee cartoons every Saturday from 1933 – Walt Disney’s Mickey Mouse.
Many have fond memories of the popular Magnolia Snack Bar. Opening first as the ‘Creameries Milk Bar’ in the Capitol Building in the 1940s, they served ice creams, milkshakes and cakes. It was a hit with Singaporeans both young and old for social gatherings and post-movie bites. Magnolia Snack Bar closed in the late 1980’s but we have brought back the sweetness…
Strike Me Pink was a 1936 American musical comedy starring Ethel Merman – the undisputed First Lady of the musical comedy stage. We named our take on the local classic chendol dessert “Singapore Dash” a reference to Douglas Fairbanks and his “high-speed visits” to Singapore. And, The Jungle Book as a dedication to author Rudyard Kipling who made many trips to Singapore. Imagine being in the theatre in 1942 to watch the classic on the big screen after they turned it into Technicolor action-adventure film!
Be amongst the first in Singapore to discover Emma’s first-ever overseas outpost! Established in May 2018 in Japan, Emma is a soft serve and speciality tea shop. In just 10 months, their soaring popularity led the brand to open four more outlets in Japan. Every day, the outlets see snaking queues that last for hours.
Be sure to try out their Okinawa Brown Sugar Boba Japanese Soft Serve in Wafer Shell in Singapore!
The brand’s secret recipe for success is their insistence on using high-quality, authentic Japanese ingredients. To create their signature soft serve that is known for its richness and thick texture, Emma uses premium Japanese milk. The soft serve uses quality ingredients and is so firm that you can even hold the ice cream upside down and it will not fall out! Other ingredients Emma uses include Japanese Okinawa brown sugar, kuromitsu (Japanese brown sugar syrup) and Japanese kinako (soybean) powder. The charcoal cones are also specially imported from Japan. Visit the little take-out kiosk to savour their unique creations.
Kind Kones is an all-natural vegan ice cream parlour at Forum The Shopping Mall. Their ice creams are vegan and free from dairy, refined sugar, soy, gluten, and other artificial additives. The shop also serves a selection of desserts that are healthier alternatives to conventional versions usually loaded with sugar and unhealthy fats.
Kind Kones strives to provide a better way to indulge in sweet treats guided by a philosophy of being kind to your body, the environment and to others.
Distinguishing itself from its popular sister restaurant chain Swensen’s, Earle Swensen's offers an elevated dining experience where premium seafood and meats shine through charbroil preparation. The restaurant will be unveiling its newest outlet at Jewel Changi Airport on 17 April 2019.
An ideal destination for gatherings with friends and family, Earle Swensen’s at Jewel promises a sumptuous feast that will surely satisfy! An Earle's Swensen’s meal is not complete without the brand’s signature salad buffet bar of crisp mixed greens, a wide variety of seasonal fruits & ingredients and homemade salad dressings.
In celebration of the opening, Earle Swensen’s will be offering an outlet-exclusive menu of dishes featuring two premium cuts of Certified Angus Beef®, the Ribeye and Short Ribs.
Offering only the best Angus beef available, Certified Angus Beef® branded products meet ten quality standards for marbling and maturity, size, and quality appearance and tenderness.The secret to the brand’s outstanding flavour is in its marbling, which ensures consistentflavour and juiciness in every bite.
Presently, Earle Swensen’s at Jewel is the only restaurant in Singapore serving the Certified Angus Beef® brand of Ribeye and Short Ribs on its menu.
The opening celebration continues with Earle Swensen’s NEW “It’s Yesterday Once More”range of four gelato flavours: Cempedak, Yam, Nyonya Kaya and Bandung, available exclusively at the Jewel outlet. Diners can indulge in the familiar flavours of yesteryear with a line-up of sundaes created with this exclusive ice-cream range.
Founded by Robert Rook, a lawyer and self-declared hippie, Emack & Bolio's is a multi-award winning hippie ice-cream chain based in Boston, Massachusetts, United States. We will be able to taste their amazing ice-cream range when they open their new outlet at Jewel Changi Airport in April. View a list of their ice-cream creations here.
New gelato haven, Dopa Dopa Creamery will offer flavours like Green Tea Toasted Rice, Hojicha, Home Roasted Pistachio, Speculoos with Lotus Biscuit and more when they officially open from 20 August. Not forgetting to mention their sorbet flavours like Watermelon Mint Sorbet and Apple Ginger Sorbet, which are perfect to help us with the hot weather.
Other than conventional biscuit cone, they can also serve your gelato on a crispy croissant, drizzled with their homemade hazelnut sauce.
Popcorn or ice-cream? How about the best of both worlds at the same time? Sweet Monster is the Korean creator of Popcorn Ice-Cream with 26 outlets in Asia. Their latest outlet is now open in Our Tampines Hub, bringing the Eastsiders their popular soft-serve popcorn ice-cream and delectable Korean desserts.
Sweet Monster revolves around a central theme of Sweet Monsters. Each Sweet Monster character represents a part of the menu. For example, character Bluemon represents the Lemon Ade, Cookiemon represents the cookie bits in Cookie Mountain and Popmon represents their signature popcorn! Sweet Monster is vibrant, colourful and aspires to bring happiness to people.
Leeu SG is an artisanal ice cream shop, serving made-in-Singapore ice creams that are dedicated to our island country.
Using ingredients of the highest qualty, Leeu SG's ice cream is churned and produced in small batches to retain as much of its flavour.
Meaning 'lion' in Afrikaans (a language in South Africa), Leeu SG embodies the spirit of our national icon, the lion. LeeuSG finds ways to infuse Singaporean traits — vibrancy, quality and a melting pot of cultures — into its ice cream, collaborating with chefs in Singapore to create the most "Singaporean" ice cream.
The Dark Gallery presents a treasury of discoveries on the canvas of chocolate. They believe in preserving the quality of the craft, to unravel the finest cocoa. They carefully compose chocolate, inspiring a rhapsody of desserts. Visit their latest outlet at Ngee Ann City and discover the dark.
Their 1st outlet is located in Millenia Walk and you can read about it here.
Visit the newest member of the Rendezvous Hotel Singapore family; PlusEightTwo +82 is located on the first floor of Rendezvous Gallery. The Korean dessert cafe specialises in an array of 'siltarae bingsu', which means ‘silk-like shaved ice’ and Sunrise Toast.
Items to look forward to include Matcha Siltarae Bingsu, Melon Snow Flake Bingsu, Peach Ice Cube Soda, Sunrise Toast, Palette Toast, Cafe Latte and more.
Sugarhaus has opened its second outlet within retail landmark of the East, Tampines 1. This is a unique tie up with United Overseas Bank (UOB), where the dessert parlour will operate from the Bank’s adjoining retail space. Apart from a streamlined menu of its signature brunch options, there is also a selection of locally-inspired homemade ice cream.
Known as “Bing Qi Lin” before it rebranded to become Sugarhaus in October 2016, the year-old brand’s flagship outlet is located within Serene Centre at Bukit Timah. Since then, it has cemented itself as a go-to spot for hearty brunches and desserts for those residing in the West.
Its new 26-seater outlet shares the same brunch menu as its first, albeit a more streamlined one. Diners can power through the day with the Sourdough Toast, accompanied with a choice of four variations: Truffled 63 Degree Eggs; Smoked Salmon, Dill, Cream Cheese and Capers; and Whole Sliced Avocado, Honey & Homemade Dukkah. Another option is the Melted Cheese Toastie with gruyere, cheddar, mozzarella, and served with tomato soup. Yet another choice is the Vietnamese Beef Stew – beef brisket braised in traditional Vietnamese spices, and served with sourdough.
Moving on to the sweets, Sugarhaus’ most popular item, the Rich Man’s Chocolate Cake, takes centre stage as the only plated dessert available here. The selection of ice creams, however, remains as the main draw. The ice creams, made from scratch in-house, come in a variety of flavours created by its owner, Stanley. The premium flavours stand out for the fact that they are richer and creamier than most commercial ice creams. While fans will be happy to find familiar flavours such as the Dutch Chocolate, Earl Grey Lavender and Thai Milk Tea, what sets the second outlet apart from the first, is the focus on locally-inspired flavours. These include Taro, Coconut Kaya, and Durian. Additionally, the second outlet exclusively offers flavours such as Hojicha, Apple Pie, White Chocolate Raspberry and Black Forest.
For a truly indulgent sweet treat, diners can pair their ice creams with Sugarhaus’ crispy and fluffy Waffles.
To complete their meal, they can also order a selection of coffees, teas, bottled drinks and juices.
Spanish frozen yogurt chain llaollao with a 4-year presence in Singapore, has closed down here and made way for Yolé, another European froyo brand.
D+1 Holding, the company that is the master franchisee of llaollao in Singapore, has terminated the master franchise of Singapore with llaollao Spain and ceased the operations of llaollao in Singapore. It has since acquired the rights to Yolé and converted all 29 llaollao outlets islandwide to the new brand last month.
Yolé embodies youthfulness, fun and dynamism. The brand’s core foundation lies strongly in the creative innovation of 4 fundamental product lines; mainly original frozen yogurt, multi-flavoured yogurt and soft ice cream, blended smoothies, and specialty desserts.
At Yolé , they give you the ultimate control to have it your way and customize your own dessert so they taste as good as they are for you. Choose between their original or flavoured frozen yogurt and top off your delectable dessert with fruits, all-time snack favourites and well-known sauces from Spain.
Be excited about what’s coming next as they combine the dual concept of traditional and natural ways of creating tastes with the innovation of flavours.
We've all had our fix of delicious Acaí in all shapes and sizes, but never quite like one by Beriwell which serves Singapore's first Acaí soft serve.
Get your taste of The Amazon, the Beriwell way - their Acaí Superswirl is dairy-free, gluten-free and vegan-friendly. Packed with nutrients, this tasty treat can be enjoyed guilt free at any time of the day!
Swing by, say hi and enjoy an Açaí soft serve at Beriwell's quaint little spot, located right in the heart of Katong.
At Beriwell, they’re all about living well and feeding your soul through colourful, flavourful and nutritious refreshments and desserts.
From production room to cup or cone, every batch of aROMA Gelato is the result of meticulously crafted recipes, hardworking and happy staff and sourcing the best quality ingredients they can find.
At aRoma, they keep things simple. They are extremely picky in choosing the best ingredients for their gelato -- they want the natural flavours to shine.
Their gelatos are fresh. They hand-make their gelatos daily, and store them in air tight pozettos prior to serving to ensure that they give you the best quality gelato in every spoonful.
They believe that good gelato will keep you coming back for more. When you get to the front of the line, they're all yours. So take your time to sample their flavours and ask their friendly scoopers about what makes them so special.
Froroll is an artisanal ice cream dessert cafe that aims to bring a refreshing twist to traditional ice cream desserts, to be enjoyed by all. Froroll places great emphasis on freshness and therefore, their ice cream base is freshly made every morning.
At Froroll, you can enjoy different kinds of ice cream dessert, ranging from ice cream rolls in a toasted bun with an exquisite selection of in house baked toppings, to artisanal ice cream desserts that are like works of art. Their desserts are not only able to satisfy your sweet tooth, they are also exceptionally beautiful to look at.
By the same folks behind Fika Swedish Cafe & Bistro; Muslim-owned Lickety Ice-Cream Parlour at Bussorah Road serves Hong Kong/Macau-style egglet waffles with a selection of 16 hard-to-resist ice-cream flavours.
Lickety is about spreading fun and happiness through the best dessert combination in the world – ice-cream and waffles!
From Asian ice-cream flavours like Mao Shan Wang Durian and Gula Melaka to more international ones like Earl Grey & Fig and Cotton Candy Bubble Gum, there is something to please everyone.
From a sprinkling of rose petals to golden flakes of almond, how would you create your very own Magnum? Step inside Singapore’s first ever flagship Magnum Pleasure Store located at ION Orchard, and let the ultimate pleasure experience take over.
The Magnum Pleasure Store is where you can customise your very own Magnum ice cream with choices of dark, milk, or white Belgian chocolate, with over 18 toppings to choose from, like cocoa nibs, rose petals, and goji berries.
Customers can further complement their premium Magnum ice cream with Magnum coffee, which uses Magnum chocolate-infused coffee beans.
A treasury of discovery on a canvas of chocolate. Open your senses. Discover the dark.
Located in the heart of Singapore’s vibrant downtown at Millenia Walk, you can now taste and discover artisanal chocolates and desserts created by the newly opened The Dark Gallery.
As its name suggests, The Dark Gallery focuses on dark chocolate.
They think they may have the perfect ice cream cake in their Chocolate Rendezvous cake - their signature 80% dark chocolate ice cream on a bed of chocolate cake, topped with chocolate glaze, artisanal macarons, baked meringue and dark chocolate shavings.
Monzeter, the popular ice cream rolls chain in Malaysia will be 'rolling' out their first outlet in Singapore at Bedok Mall soon.
Fresh ice cream, fruits and other ingredients (based on customer’s choices) are fried below 20 degree Celsius on a special machine. All ingredients are being chopped, smashed, mixed and finally rolled together with the ice cream. Monzeter uses high quality ingredients and no preservatives/colourings are added.
The Top 4 recommendations that you should try at Monzeter are Classic Vanilla Flavour, Rich Chocolaty Flavour, Sweeten Mango Flavour and lastly Yogurt Flavour. Monzeter have configured the best ingredients for you although most of the Thai Ice Cream Rolls allow you to pick ingredients yourselves.
Color your average, humid day with a fresh bite of Bingsu from Snowstory. Available from 22nd February 2017.
With a snow-like theme that is inviting to children and adults alike, Snowstory is the perfect place to spend time with friends and family the next time you visit Sentosa, Singapore's little Island of fun.
One of Hong Kong’s most popular ice cream brands, Lab Made, is now at WestGate.
They use extremely cold liquid nitrogen at -196â„ƒ to rapidly freeze their ice creams, to give you the smoothest and creamiest ice cream.
At Lab Made, they believe that enjoying good food doesn't have to compromise on good health. That is why all their ice creams are made from scratch, using real, fresh, quality ingredients so there's no need for additives, colourings or preservatives.
Their aim is to bring you premium freshly made ice creams that are full of flavour. Making them to order means they are never stored in a freezer and retains their fresh, intense flavours.
Nestled in a corner of Duxton Road, Kosnica offers you artisanal Gelato, made with quality ingredients.
Kosnica offers 3 homemade waffle flavours: Red Velvet, Matcha and the all-time favourite Classic Original, customise your favourite flavour with 14 of their premium gelato to surprise your taste buds. Their delectable cakes and desserts are not to be missed too.
Creamery Boutique Ice Creams from Thailand has landed in Singapore. They specialize in homemade ice creams, freshly baked cookies and lava fillings.
Creamery Boutique Ice Creams insist on small batch production to maintain the exceptional quality of our ice creams. All recipes are original, exclusive and personally developed to include a unique Creamery twist.
Just a 5-minute walk from Botanic Gardens MRT station is new dessert cafe, Han Bing.
Han Bing serves traditional Korean shaved ice dessert made with an authentic bingsu (Korean shaved ice) machine imported from Korea and many more like mango mousse cakes, peach cheesecakes and tiramisus e.g.
Eyescream and Friends is a young iconic brand serving original shaved gelato headquartered in Barcelona, Spain. Since the Grand Opening of the Flagship store on the main avenue of the thriving Barceloneta neighborhood in 2012, Eyescream and Friends soon became a popular “must visit” attraction for young and old from across the globe.
Founders Joad Lopez and Federico Mendoza, two young and successful innovative entrepreneurs with vision and an out-of- the-box attention to detail when it comes to retail, have worked meticulously on bringing you the most clever and fun experience never seen before in the ice cream industry. Thanks to the creation of its revolutionary and proven concept, Eyescream and Friends have won the prestigious and international award for the brand with the best “Identity” at the Restaurant and Bar Design Awards 2013 (RABDA) in London.
Korean dessert shop, KoKoPanda has landed in Singapore. It serves Black Yogo, which is black frozen yoghurt made from roasted coconut husk and contains edible activated charcoal.
KoKoPanda's desserts are specially handmade by their experts, blended with the finest ingredients and served only when you order them. Their beverages are made with 100% Thai Coconut Water together with the highest quality chia seeds. Their teas are freshly brewed from whole tea leaves that fit the standard of tea connoisseurs.
You haven’t tasted frozen yogurt until you’ve had a life-altering, lightbulb-flashing, Yogurtlanddream moment. You'll know the moment! Now available at Suntec City.
When Yogurtland opened its doors 10 years ago in Fullerton, CA, owner Phillip Chang had one goal in mind: provide a self-serve frozen yogurt experience that gives customers the highest quality ingredients and flavors to fill their cups. With more than 200 flavors as unique as you, they have a little something for everyone.
Looking for ways to fight the sweltering heat in sunny Singapore? Introducing Chillpanzee, an ice cream shop located at Paya Lebar Square.
Made fresh in store, choose to enjoy Chillpanzee's delicious ice cream with a wonderful array of toppings or even have them served in a Chatuchak-style coconut husk. Apart from their delectable ice cream selection, they also offer ice cold drinks like the ever popular thai ice tea!
Apiary (eh-pee-er-ree) is a place where bees are kept, a collection of bee hives. It is also your sweet new spot on Neil Road for specialty desserts and ice cream.
At Apiary, they believe that only by using quality, natural and fresh products, then they will be able to create ice cream that is of the highest quality. It's really that simple. All their dairy products are pasteurised on site in their tiny kitchen. In the production process, no artificial flavours or colourings are added to their ice cream to produce that smooth creamy and rich flavours that is synonymous with all Apiary's ice cream and sorbets.
You may ask how is TSUJIRI different from all the other tea shops in Singapore? The secret lies in the green tea powder which they import from Uji, Kyoto. Try out their variety of green tea drinks and desserts. They are offering a 1-for-1 promotion (till 21st Nov 2016) as they celebrate the opening of their new outlet at Centrepoint.
Dated back in 1860, it was the end of the ancient Edo period. This too, marks the start of the brand TSUJIRI was first established by Riemon Tsuji in Uji, Kyoto, Japan. The founder Riemon tapped his own wealth to improve the then tea industry, advancing and innovating the method to enhance the flavors and sweetness of the tea to produce the highest quality of Gyokuro tea leaves. He has also created a tea cabinet to prolong the freshness of tea leaves. This means that TSUJIRI’s teas are as fresh as the ones found in Japan. His effort was well recognized by many and to attest to that, his statue was built in Byodain, the Kyoto’s world Heritage temple.
Newly opened is Kiss The Tiramisu, the South Korea sweets chain who brings you Tiramisu served in a glass instead of in the form of a cake.
A palatable treat of mascarpone cheese at bottom with nuts, crushed cookies, cocoa powder, topped with soft serve then more cocoa powder and chocolate shavings. The result is a sweet masterpiece which you can eat out of an elegant gold-rimmed glass. You can watch them assemble layer by layer of how your sweet treat is being put together. When you finally get your glass of Tiramisu, we suggest you dont take too long for the selfies!
Matchaya, former a strictly pop-up-only store, has found a permanent home in the CBD.
Nestled within Icon Village, swing by the adorable takeaway stand with your colleagues for a taste of their lusciously rich, creamy soft serve. Excellent tea-flavoured ice creams are hard to come by, but Matchaya gets it right — intensely tea-infused and holds up well despite the blazing heat.
At the moment, they offer three flavours, namely Matcha, Houjicha and Milk, but we hear there are new flavours to look forward to — just ask the friendly store owners.
Birds of Paradise delights in creating gelato of the finest quality, inspired by the botanical flavours of nature.
They take long trips with their imagination to create their very own range of signature flavours, made from premium ingredients as far as possible. They flavour their gelato using natural and botanical ingredients: fruits, flowers, pods, herbs, and spices.
They pay homage to the region by taking culinary cues from the South East Asian palate in the use of familiar herbs, such as basil and blue ginger. They take the time to gently infuse herbs and spices into their gelato, to create an experience that is wonderfully refreshing and yet finely balanced with flavours and aromas.
Canberra's famed (and aptly named) Freakshakes have finally reached our shores. Set in Raffles Holland V, the new building across the road from Holland Village, Patissez will win sugarholics over with their over the top milkshakes.
Home of the original Freakshakes from Canberra, AU. Pop by for the authentic experience from down under. All-day hearty breakfast, burgers and shakes.
Produced with fresh milk and cream using top quality ingredients and advanced ice cream manufacturing technology, Geláre ice cream is creamier, thicker and more intensely flavoured. Its product range later expanded to include bake-to-order waffles that become a divine match with its ice cream much-loved by many.
Beyond a place for dessert, Geláre has now grown into a cafe that serves full meals such as premium pastas, sandwiches, salads, freshly brewed coffee and other hot food items - making it the ultimate place for customers to treat themselves.
In life, it is the simple pleasures that matter. Creamier sets out to offer inexpensive luxuries everyone can afford - honestly good handmade ice cream and coffee.
Their ice creams are churned fresh from their kitchen. Coffee beans are purveyed from the best local roasteries every week to assure freshness. They use the best quality ingredients, carefully sourced from different parts of the world.
South Union Park is a cosy restaurant near Kembangan MRT dishes out quality Western fare at affordable prices.
Swing by for a casual date night and go straight for the mains like the comforting Butternut Pasta — homemade tagliatelle packed with roasted squash and tossed with mushrooms and string cheese. End the meal with a sweet treat like the Apple Crumble, vanilla ice cream drizzled with salted caramel, chunky crumbles, Greek yogurt and a whole stewed apple bursting with natural sweetness.
Otaku Oasis ice cream aims to do only 1 thing right, to create unique & delicious ice cream flavours that everyone loves! Using only fresh & in seasons ingredients like fruits & flowers to create flavours that you could have never image!
Enjoy their unique ice cream flavours using fresh ingredients from your everyday life!
Making waves in Hong Kong during its launch in May last year, popular artisanal ice pop brand I SEE i SEE has launched its first outlet in Singapore.
Owner Candice Yung offers a rotating list of new flavors each week, and depending on the availability of the ingredients, you may find choices like Earl Grey Pistachio, Cheesy Raspberry, Refreshing Kiwi and Strawberry Hokkaido Milk, among an array of 12 flavors. There are also interesting renditions like Stinky Durian and Chilli Mango for more adventurous tastebuds. You can also opt to takeaway up to seven ice pops at a time, which will be packed in an insulated bag with dry ice.
The Ice Cream Man started back in August 2010 in a Haji Lane as a cosy cafe selling gelato, waffles and more.
Drawing inspiration from the neighborhood ice cream uncle who went from playgrounds to void decks, the anticipation of an ice cream bell sends a wave of nostalgia to everyone with such childhood memories. The association with ice cream resonates positively with joy and laughter.
TICM's mission is concise, to create the taste of joy and happiness in a mouthful!
Their products are made fresh daily with the finest ingredients. Both owners are extreme ice cream lovers with a passion to create a fulfilling experience for all.
Montana focuses on providing wholesome food, quality coffee and genuine service focusing on the customer.
The new and revamped menu is something the kitchen team is proud to showcase, merging traditional flavours with creative twists - including a Assam Crab Waffle inspired by Chef’s hometown food of Kedah Laksa, and a Kuroi Black Velvet Waffles with a black sesame base that would remind many of wander-lusting in Japan.
Popular signatures such as the Red Velvet Stacked Waffles and Jalapeno Mac & Cheese Waffles are updated and taste even better now.
Milkcow is a hand-made, soft ice creamery, originating in Seoul, South Korea. With 30 stores in South Korea and 2 Flagship stores in Seoul, Milkcow has rapidly expanded in the region, with stores open in the Japan, Philippines, Malaysia, and now in Singapore!
The differentiating factor for Milkcow is that their desserts are healthy, 100% natural, and truly organic. Milkcow uses ONLY organic milk from eco-friendly, IFOAM and HACCP certified, organic farms. Moreover, the Milkcow cows are only fed with grass from the farm’s own cultivated, organic fields.
Milkcow takes organic seriously.
With FOURTEEN different ice cream topping combinations to choose from customers can enjoy a different, delicious experience every time they visit Milkcow. So, if you haven’t tried Milkcow, don’t miss out!
Kaffles is a small F&B start-up by two friends, Kenny Huang and Kimberley Yeo. They wanted a simple name and thought to inject a twist to the word “waffles” by replacing the first letter with the initials of both of their names. Hence, the name, Kaffles.
Their signature waffle will be the Thai Milk Tea Kaffles which is a Thai milk tea infused waffle that has gone through many hours of research and experimenting to achieve that cakey and doughy texture with a light crisp. The Thai milk tea drizzle is also the product of countless hours of work before it was perfected.
Catching on to the recent craze of coconut ice cream, Kenny has also come up with a gula Melak combination that features a scoop of island coconut ice cream and red ruby on buttermilk waffles. I actually love this one because of its thick gula melaka, just that it’s a little on the sweet side.
Oh My Bacon (OMB) is Singapore's first bacon-inspired cafe, including bacon-inspired merchandise.
Besides creating bacon inspired dishes they translate their love into every day home ware. On their aprons, cushion covers and tote bags, you will find quirky illustrations and witty text celebrating their adoration for bacon. The merchandise is designed and made in Singapore.
Try-out their Bacon Ice Cream made if house made bacon and infused vanilla based gelato.
Density brings to you the first-ever frozen custard store in Singapore - for a super-premium ice cream experience.
Sporting an industrial-chic look with grey cement flooring and walls, lowly hung light bulbs and refurbished metal furniture from a vintage store, Density's interior décor draws its inspiration from the industrial look of the Chicago 1933 World's Fair, which introduced frozen custard to the greater public.
Frozen Custard contains only half the amount of sugar of a regular frozen yogurt. Because of its low overrun and high butterfat content, there is less need for sugar. This makes them a healthier dessert choice, as frozen custards are lower in calories and sugar and uses natural ingredients such as milk and egg yolks.
Ben & Jerry’s has opened its first Flagship Scoop Shop in Southeast Asia at 313 Somerset Discovery Walk.
Ben & Jerry’s Flagship Scoop Shop serves an exciting menu of 18 chunky, swirly and euphoric ice cream flavours, alongside new shakes, sundaes, ice cream cakes and a wider range of merchandise.
Staying true to providing you the best possible ice cream made in the nicest possible way, Ben & Jerry’s is taking values-led sourcing local. Bakery items like brownies and cookies and herbs like mint are supplied by SCORE Bakery which works to rehabilitate inmates through skills training, and social enterprise Edible Garden City, who are a group of urban farmers championing the Grow Your Own Food movement in land-scarce and import-dependent Singapore.
The Rabbit Hole offers you a unique salad experience as they feel that many people have the misconception that salads or anything remotely healthy are boring and would taste awful. They envisioned a cosy café-styled diner appeal instead of the usual stern looking green and white outlooks which most salad bars portrays.
As quality is their top priority, all of their salad dressings are made from scratch freshly with no added preservatives, not store bought nor mass produced. They have over 40 toppings which are reviewed frequently to keep things interesting for you and they are constantly looking for new and unique items to feature on they salad bar. They also have a range of warm premiums/deli products such as premium striploin steak and chicken breast cooked Sous-vide style to retain moisture and seal in the flavors. This is opposed to serving cold and tough meats to top the salad off for those who requires more protein or meat offerings.
The Rabbit Hole always encourages you to craft your very own salads as creating your own meal not only allows you to tune the flavors to your liking but also the process, of making your very own product each time is a great experience for all.
But of course the fuss-free option is available for anyone who prefers. They offer several house salad options which are also constantly reviewed, again to keep things fresh. Their latest gourmet salad creation is the Apple Pie salad; an apple pie inspired salad packing all the savoury taste of an apple pie into a healthy and delicious bowl of salad!
For beverages they serve fresh cold pressed juice which compliments their salads really well and are packed full of nutrients and goodness. They also have specialty blend cold brewed teas which are teas brewed using cold water over prolong periods to squeeze out all the natural sweetness and flavour of the tea blends. Other than that they do offer Gryphon Hot teas as well as simple machine made coffee.
Other than salads and juices, enjoy waffles and ice cream for the mid-day tea break crowd as well as those who cannot finish off their meals without dessert.
Being the youngest player in the industry of food and beverage, Frozen is bringing the taste of Korea to the very heart of Clementi as well as in your hearts.
Enjoy desserts that will play with your palettes and a little of the Korean culture. Featuring a playful mixture of yogurt ice creams with the combination of smoothies to give you the rich and creamy texture in your mouth also know as YOYO, all their ingredients are directly shipped from Korea.
If you can’t go to Korea they will bring Korea to you!
Their menu includes tapas and mains alongside imported craft beers from all over the world.
HopHeads offers fusion food such as popular favourite like teriyaki ribs and spicy chicken miso thigh and also serve italian roast gourmet coffee that goes perfectly with their signature homemade waffles with ice cream.