Established in 2008, Van Leeuwen Ice Cream started as a bright yellow scoop truck on the bustling streets of NYC and it has over 50 ice cream shops today.
Van Leeuwen Ice Cream’s first overseas expansion in Singapore will be in partnership with Caerus Holding who is behind other popular dining concepts including Lady M, Luke’s Lobster, Leckerbaer and Mr Holmes Bakehouse.
Kind Kones, an all-natural vegan ice cream shop, has opened its third outlet at the newly-renovated i12 Katong.
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.
Located along the same stretch as Yaowarat Thai Kway Chap, Punggol Nasi Lemak, Ding Te Le and Qi Wei Chicken Claypot, Naked Ice Cream is a new waffle and ice cream cafe in Kovan which opens until 2am daily.
Kovan is home to many eateries and food places and Naked Ice Cream is the latest addition to the neighbourhood.
To celebrate Singapore’s 55th birthday this year, Creamier Handcrafted Ice Cream
& Coffee has joined hands with a local beancurd stall, Pure Soya Bean—located at the Toa Payoh West Market & Food Centre at Blk 127 Lor 1—to come up with a new seasonal “Tau Huay” (Beancurd) ice cream flavour.
The dessert scene has seen the arrival of many quirky and innovative creations, with some that are too pretty to be eaten. However, at the end of the day, nothing truly beats a classic scoop of ice cream.
We adore our ice cream and we love how over the years, more exciting, unheard of flavours have popped up in the market. Nutty beer? Chilli Chocolate? Rhubarb Buttermilk? Sign us up.
While we enjoy having our ice cream in the parlour itself, sometimes, it just feels better to have it at home. Especially during this period where most people would prefer to stay home, we know that some of you would want another alternative that’ll allow you to get your hands on your favourite dessert. Therefore, we have put together this guide of 16 places that do ice cream delivery in Singapore for your reference.