Known for its charcoal waffles with salted egg yolk sauce, FATCAT Ice Cream Bar is a popular ice cream shop in Bedok and it has just opened a new outlet, FATCAT Ice Cream & Coffee Boutique, at 15 Simon Road which is just a short walk from Kovan MRT Station.
Following the opening of Naked Ice Cream and The Humble Scoop, FATCAT Ice Cream & Coffee Boutique is the third ice cream shop to open in the Kovan neighbourhood this year.
Established in 2016, The Ice Cream Bar is an ice cream shop in Malaysia that specialises in alcoholic ice cream flavours.
The Ice Cream Bar currently has three outlets in Malaysia at Hartamas, 1 Utama and Seapark, and the outpost in Singapore at 59 Kampong Bahru Road is their first outlet outside of Malaysia. It has officially opened its door to the public on 17 Sep 2021.
Known for their crispy waffles and ice cream & sorbets made fresh in-house, Holy Cow Creamery has been serving the residents in Yishun since late 2014.
They have opened a second outlet at 465 North Bridge Road near Lavender MRT Station. You can also find the famous Hill Street Tai Hwa Pork Noodle and old-school coffeeshop, Heap Seng Leong in the same area.
Known for its locally-inspired ice cream flavours including Orh Haw (hawthorn berry), Orh-Bee-Good (pulut hitam) and In-Kueh-Dible (salted coconut & gula melaka), The Humble Scoop started with humble beginnings at the basement of Katong Shopping Centre.
The Humble Scoop has opened its second outlet in Kovan at Stars of Kovan. Following the opening of Naked Ice Cream in late June 2021, this is the second new ice cream shop to open in Kovan.
Good news, ice cream lovers! Chip Guan Heng, one of Singapore’s oldest ice cream distributors, is now offering island-wide delivery for their old-school ice cream at S$4 per block. Yes, it’s the same S$1.20 hawker ice cream that Singapore is known for, except that you can get an entire block at S$4.
To place an order, you must have a minimum order of $50 for delivery. Free delivery is offered for orders above S$80.
Ever felt left out when your group of friends decide to pick the latest and hippest ice-cream café as their new favourite hangout spot? Whether you are watching your diet, or are lactose-intolerant, the temptation can be unbearable when you see your friends happily savouring their mounds of colourful ice-creams.
With many Singaporeans actively swapping their diets and lifestyles to a healthier one, it can be difficult to justify pampering yourself with a scoop. Thankfully, not all ice-creams are made equal: whether you are looking for a lower calorie option, or need to adhere to dietary restrictions, there is no longer a need to abstain from ice-creams this festive season.
To all my fellow sufferers out there, here are 8 cafés where you too can spoil yourself with healthier vegan ice-cream options this festive season!
Taking over local bakery Prima Deli’s long-time spot in Clementi is One Stone Three Birds. The humble ice cream cafe serves homemade gelato at affordable price points. As there aren’t many speciality dessert cafes in Clementi, One Stone Three Birds might be well on its way to being the go-to ice cream place in central Clementi.
The shop is run by a husband and wife duo, passionate to find new flavours and infusions for their ice cream. Check out what we thought about this new ice cream shop!
Seeing how we are stuck with this unforgiving weather all year round, it’s no surprise that many of us are on the perpetual search for new places to get our ice cream fix in Singapore. This time, our search has led us to Mingle Mangle, an ice cream parlour nestled at the edge of Hougang that scoops up a selection of classic and unique ice cream flavours.