Where To Eat 7 Wonders of Ice Cream in Singapore

Posted on 24 March 2014


Gula Melaka ice cream, Salted Egg ice cream, Lychee Martini ice cream, and InstaScream ice cream? We’re not kidding you on these one! Where To Eat 7 Wonders of Ice Cream in Singapore tells you where you can eat old school, exotic and out-of-your-mind delicious homemade ice cream, while catching up with friends and family in a relaxed cafe setting. Check out our shortlist of where to eat top 7 wonders of ice cream in Singapore!

1) i Scream

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Blk 89 Bedok North Ave 4 #01-109
Singapore 460089
Daily 12pm – 12mn

i Scream is a relatively new sultry ice cream parlour in Eastern Singapore. Probably also the only one that is focused on serving cocktail infused ice cream. Even the ice cream names call out to you. Some of their best sellers include YouScream made of Supercasis (grape) and Wow Berries (raspberry ice cream); InstaScream made of Mozart Gold (chocolate cream) and Childhood Favourite (milo ice cream); and Soogle made of Macaroon with ice cream of your choice. i Scream is also coming up with Singapore’s first ever 5 NEW! Beer Floats, which are fruit flavoured beers matched with each their own perfect pairing of ice cream. We’re keeping an eye on this one!


2) Creamier

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‪128, Toa Payoh Lorong 1 #01-835
‪Singapore 310128
‪Tue – Thu (12pm – 10pm)
‪Fri & Sat (12pm – 11pm)

In a short span of 3 years, Creamier has found its way to the heart of many ice cream lovers, especially those who have a penchant for nostalgic local flavours. The cafe specialises in concocting their own unique recipes and small-batch produce of their ice creams, using only high quality ingredients. To them, making ice cream is a craft that requires originality, pride, quality and workmanship all in one. The cafe also curates art collections so customers can soak in the artistic atmostphere (in the heartland, how cool) while enjoying life’s little luxuries of quality ice creams. Best sellers here are definitely the Seasalt Gula Melaka, Roasted Pistachio and Earl Grey Lavender. If you don’t try them you might as well deem not having visited Creamier.


3) Ice Cream Chefs

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12 Jln Kuras
Mon – Thu (12.30pm – 10.30pm)
Fri & Sat (12pm – 12mn)
Sun (12pm – 11pm)

520 East Coast Road
Mon – Thu (1pm – 10pm)
Fri – Sun (1pm – 11pm)

SAFRA Mount Faber
Mon – Thu (12pm – 10pm)
Fri – Sun (12pm – 11pm)

Ice Cream Chefs set up its first cafe at East Coast in 2007. Today, they are into their 8th year of smashing ice cream! Despite the expansion, the cafes manage to maintain similar standard gourmet ice cream on the rocks across their outlets. What’s cool is that the family oriented gourmet ice cream cafe lets you customise your own ice cream with your favourite mix-in. Only the freshest milk is used in their ice creams, with no alcoholic flavours on the menu – so you can bring your kids, nieces and nephews to eat without worrying about them bugging you for rum and raisin. Be sure to try out their best sellers including Chocolate & Hershey, Oreos & Cream and Creme Brulee.


4) Ice Cream Frenzy

Ice Cream Frenzy Facebook
Blk 501 West Coast Drive #01-250
Singapore 120501
Mon – Thu (11am – 10pm)
Fri & Sat (11am – 11pm)
Sun (11am – 10pm)

At just 4 years young, Ice Cream Frenzy has made it to several lists of ice cream connoisseurs. It serves more than 60 healthy, innovative homemade Gelato ice cream in a home style cafe setting. Because the cafe is so homely, it takes care to serve only natural and fresh ingredients with less sugar, low fat and no preservatives. If you have a penchant for Masala, you will find particular liking for their newest unusual flavour – Darjeeling Masala Chai, which is a combination of Indian spice tea and Masala. Sounds pretty bizarre but the new ice cream flavour sure packed a punch! Other best sellers here include XO Durian, Belgium Dark Chocolate and New York Cheesecake!


5) Little Ice Cream Kafe (LICK) FREE WiFi

LICK Facebook
Main Branch
258 Tanjong Katong Road
Singapore 437046
Mon – Thu (1pm – 11pm)
Fri (1pm – 12pm / Buffet 2pm – 4pm or 6pm – 8pm)
Sat (12pm – 12mn)
Sun (12pm – 11pm)

LICK is situated on the locale of Tanjong Katong Girls, Chung Cheng High and Tanjong Katong Secondary School. Operated by a pair of sisters-in-law, the cafe orginally began with no secret recipe at hand, but a whole lot of trial and error. Today, LICK serves up to 30 local flavours and also invites customers to get FREE Mix-Ins on Mondays, half price Waffle with ice cream purchase on Tuesdays, 2 scoops for the price of 1 on Wednesdays, half price Brownie with ice cream purchase of Thursdays, and buffet on Fridays! Some of their best sellers include Mao Shan Wang Durian, Butterscotch and Sea Salt Caramel.


6) The Daily Scoop

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Sunset Way
41 Sunset Way
#01-04 Clementi Arcade
Singapore 597071
‪Mon – Thu (11am – 9pm
‪Fri & Sat (11am – 10pm)
‪Sun (2pm – 9pm)
‪Closed on selected public holidays

Chip Bee Gardens
43 Jalan Merah Saga
#01-78 Chip Bee Gardens
Singapore 278115
Mon – Thu (11am – 10pm)
Fri & Sat (11am – 10.30pm)
Sun (2pm – 10pm)
Closed on selected public holidays

NEW! Sembawang
#01-05 Sembawang Cottage
Singapore 758382
Mon – Thu (11am – 10pm)
Fri & Sat (11am – 10.30pm)
Sun (2pm – 10pm)

The Daily Scoop is 10 years old and one of the pioneer ice cream parlours in Singapore! Despite its reputation, wide range of 50 interesting quirky ice cream flavours, and use of real fresh fruits with no gelatin, prices start from a range of only $2.90 to $3.50! In previous years on National Day, The Daily Scoop created unusual Hari Raya Laksa and Mee Siam flavours. When you are here, be sure to try their popular Coconut ice cream made with fresh coconut juice and pulp (not milk), Brown Sugar n’ Sea Salt with Brownies Chunk ice cream for chocolate lovers, and Lychee Martini for refreshing tang! Complete your ice cream treat with Waffle or warm Brownie even, from just $6.20.

The Daily Scoop

7) Tom’s Palette

Tom’s Palette Facebook
100 Beach Rd #01-25
Shaw Tower
Singapore 189702
Mon – Thu (12pm – 9.30pm)
Fri & Sat (12pm – 10pm)
Sun (1pm – 7pm)

Tom’s Palette is turning 9 this September! The cafe constantly works on creating interesting and innovative flavours that are not usually found in other parlours. Of which includes Salted Egg Ice Cream, which tastes like Hong Kong salted egg bun, or “流沙包”; Salted Caramel Cheesecake, which is a cream cheese based ice cream with delicious swirls of homemade salted caramel sauce; and Granny’s Favourite, which is a combination of chocolate, malt and cookie dough.

The more enthusiastic few can look out for their new Stout Caramel flavour, which is a milk based ice cream with a sweet initial taste and slightly bittery undertone. Everything is made from scratch as Tom’s Palette believes that through making things themself, they are able to get the full control of quality, texture, and taste of the ice cream experience.


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