Popbar, the famed popsicle store from The U.S., is opening in Singapore at Plaza Singapura.
You have seen gelatos on cones and in cups, but have you seen them on sticks before? Popbar is known for their cute, rainbow-hued popsicle sticks.
We tried Popbar’s popsicle when we were in New York City and trust us when we say that they taste as good as they look. With the opening of Popbar in Singapore, there is no need to fly all the way to the States to have a taste of these Insta-famous popsicles.
The sheer number of ice-cream shops in Singapore would leave everyone dizzy with glee, but have you ever come across a store that specialises in Japanese yam soft serve?
Nope. Not at all. But that gap has alas been met with the recent opening of Small Potatoes Ice Creamery!
Small Potatoes Ice Creamery is a Hong Kong franchise that serves pretty purple potato ice cream and yes, these ice-cold sweet treats are in a very rich purple hue. These photogenic desserts are not overwhelmingly sweet and come with a variety of toppings.
Mini Melts has opened in Singapore! We have fond memories of Mini Melts, an ice cream that we grew up eating. Seems that we haven’t had it for like 15 years!
The unique molecular ice cream come in the form of really tiny ice cream balls – colourful and with a distinct texture that is very creamy with every bite. Originating from the U.S., Mini Melts was once in Singapore and it used to be one reward we loved when we fared well in school.
Update: I See I See has officially closed in November 2016.
I See I See Handcrafted Icy Desserts, a popular ice popsicle shop in Hong Kong, is opening in Singapore at 313@Somerset in March 2016.
Launched in Hong Kong in May 2015, I See I See has been gaining popularity for its handcrafted ice pops since its opening. The small shop sits in Causeway Bay along Leighton Road – the same stretch as popular matcha dessert cafe Via Tokyo.
Will it be as popular in Singapore as it is in Hong Kong? We can’t wait to find out.
Living in the heartlands of Singapore does not mean artisanal gelato is inaccessible. Barely a year old, Double Scoops is an artisanal gelato cafe situated right in the heartlands of Ang Mo Kio, offering premium low-fat gelato at very reasonable prices, alongside a plethora of desserts.
Gelato is always a good idea, especially with Singapore’s humidity. Gelato is loved for being a healthier option as opposed to ice cream because of the lower fat content and use of better ingredients.
This humble gelato parlour has won us over with their no-frills concept that focuses on serving quality desserts. From now till 31 March 2016, readers of ladyironchef can flash this post or quote “ladyironchef” to enjoy 50% OFF the 2nd Waffle/ Shibuya Toast (of same value or lower) purchased from Mondays to Fridays.
Soft serves are here to stay! Yes, soft-serves has been the ‘it’ food for a while now, and we are keeping it in our lives. Few things in life comfort us like the sheer simplicity of a good soft serve cone.
The flavours and combinations can get wild and interesting; think Kyoho grape and oolong tea. And then there are the classic ones that we can never get sick of. With all the soft serve shops in town and more that are coming up, our excitement won’t die any time soon.
Here are 9 Best Soft Serve Ice Creams in Singapore that you have to try. A cone a day won’t hurt anybody.
Hvala Waffle Bar, a food kiosk at the basement of 313@Somerset, has just launched a new dessert that all of us in Singapore have been waiting for – the Hong Kong-style Egg Waffle with Soft Serve.
It is every bit photogenic, but is it anywhere near the original Oddies Foodies of Hong Kong?
Time flies. It has already been four years since artisanal ice-cream parlour Salted Caramel first opened its doors in Upper Thomson!
The popular of this ice-cream shop that is jam packed with customers every night till date still hasn’t died, and their formula to success in this cut-throat industry is no mind-blogging secret – they pride themselves on handcrafting ice-cream free from artificial enhancers and preservatives.