To many fans’ dismay, Bing Qi Lin in Seletar Hills has closed its doors in mid-August. But little did they know – that was not the end of the ice cream brand.
Bing Qi Lin has undergone a major brand revamp and renamed itself as Sugarhaus Singapore. The owners have worked doubly hard to expand the business and now offer its patrons a comfortable dine-in concept. It is situated within Serene Centre, just right beside Island Creamery—a pioneer in making freshly made ice cream featuring local flavours.
From Gula Melaka Pecan, Thai Milk Tea to White Choc Miso, Sugarhaus Singapore boasts a splendid selection of ice cream (one scoop – S$3.50, double scoop – S$6, triple scoop – S$8).
There are 18 unique ice cream flavours to choose from. Why not complete these luscious ice cream scoops with a Plain Waffle (S$5.50) or Handmade Choux Pastry Bun (S$3.50)?
While Island Creamery is renowned for its signature mud pies and baked Alaskas, Sugarhaus Singapore has too carved out a niche for itself with its trippy-looking taro-flavoured galaxy cakes (S$7.80 each). These gorgeous galaxy cakes are currently only available on weekends.
The taro sponge cake is layered with velvety buttercream and coated with a beautiful galaxy mirror. Don’t worry, these cakes are 100% edible and you can assure those paranoid eaters that the coating definitely isn’t paint! We know it looks like it – and that’s the novelty of it.
10 Jalan Serene
#01-03A Serene Centre
Tel: +65 6314 2247
Daily: 12pm – 10pm
Nearest Station: Botanic Gardens
About the writer:
Hui Jun Ng is a staff writer for ladyironchef. She previously worked in the food and marketing industry. She loves traveling and enjoys exploring underrated destinations. In her free time, you will find her indulging in coffee and her all time favourite local dish – bak chor mee.