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Best Ice Cream & Gelato Shops You Must Try in Singapore

We love our Sunday brunches at quaint cafes, hearty zi char dishes and spicy food. But nothing beats having a scoop of ice cream in Singapore’s equatorial weather. From the classic flavours to unique concoctions served in a cup, cone or sandwich, get the latest scoop through our curated list of the best ice cream shops in Singapore to beat the heat. Who says no to ice cream, right?Read: Best Dessert Food Deliveries You Must Try from GrabFood SG with Island-wide Delivery1. Kindred FolkSource: Kindred FolkSource: Kindred FolkSituated in King Albert Park, Kindred Folk is a two-storey ice cream shop that serves handcrafted ice cream, pasta and other desserts. The café is popular with students from nearby institutions such as Ngee Ann Polytechnic and SIM, with a hammock on the second storey it’s hard to leave such a cosy place!Onto the real deal – the ice cream. Excite your palate with unique flavours such as Watermelon-Calamansi Sorbet, Cereal Milk (our personal favourite), Grapefruit Froyo, Wasabi, Sea Salt Gula Melaka and Matcha Gao – more than just your typical Neapolitan ice cream here at Kindred Folk. The flavours range from basic, premium and speciality which costs $3.80 to $5.80 per scoop.Address: KAP Residences, 9 King Albert Park S598332Opening hours: Tuesdays – Thursdays & Sundays 12pm – 10pm, Fridays – Saturdays 12pm – 11pm, closed on MondaysRead: Where to Indulge in the Best Basque Burnt Cheesecakes in Singapore2. MomolatoSource: MomolatoSource: MomolatoJust a few minutes away from Mother Dough Bakery, you’ll spot Momolato at the bustling touristy spot of Haji Lane. Adding onto a slew of already yummy sweet treats shops, Momolato is a Halal-certified gelato parlour with keto-friendly options. Take your pick from 18 gelato flavours, where 6 are keto-friendly.Source: MomolatoFounded by Sharon Tay, they also have dairy-free options for lactose-intolerant customers with flavours from Ecuador Chocolate Arabica Coffee to Watermelon Soursop. For the ultimate Instagram shot, we recommend getting them in a cone – Butter ($1.50), Pandan ($1.50) or Keto ($3). For the night owls, you’ll be glad to know they are open till 2am!Address: 34 Haji Lane, S189227Opening hours: Mon to Thurs & Sun 12pm – 11pm, Fri & Sat 12pm – 2amRead: 15 Most Romantic Restaurants in Singapore for Valentine's Day, Date Nights and Anniversaries3. Monarch & Milkweed GelatoSource: Monarch & Milkweed GelatoSource: Monarch & Milkweed GelatoSource: Monarch & Milkweed GelatoThe Kampong Gelam enclave is no stranger to hipster cafes and ice cream parlours, but at Monarch & Milkweed Gelato, the flavours here are one-of-a-kind. The ice cream cones are made in-house daily with premium French butter. Tastes just as good as they sound, pick flavours from Coffee & Cacao, Ispahan (Lychee, Raspberry & Strawberry), Sea Salt Gula Jawa to Tahitian Vanilla. A single scoop at $4.90 and a double scoop at $8.Address: 802 North Bridge Rd, #01-01, S198770Opening hours: Daily 10am – 10pm, closed on MonRead: Best Kid-Friendly Restaurants and Cafes in Singapore with Kids Menus and Playgrounds4. Inside ScoopSource: Inside ScoopSource: Inside ScoopSource: Inside ScoopA famous ice cream brand from Malaysia, Inside Scoop has graced our shores at North Bridge Road, Bugis. Step into this shop and be greeted by the bright yellow interior, greenery that exudes good vibes only. Coming as a group? Dine at the communal table that sits under a sunroof, perfect for an Instagram shot. Take your pick from 18 yummy flavours including Lotus Biscoff Cheesecake, Premium Matcha and Valrhona Chocolate. Indulge your scoops on their Signature Buttermilk (+$7) and Charcoal Waffles (+$6).Single scoop at $4.80, $8.30 double scoop, $11.50 triple scoop – additional $1 for premium and $2 for double premium flavours.Address: 779 North Bridge Rd, S198747Opening hours: Sun to Thurs 12.30pm – 10.30pm, Fri & Sat 12.30pm – 12am5. Merely Ice CreamSource: Merely Ice CreamSource: Merely Ice CreamSource: Merely Ice CreamNo stranger to students from the nearby schools, Merely Ice Cream isn’t merely like any other ice cream parlours. Started in 2012, they’ve created plenty of innovative flavours including their latest Lemon Berry Yoghurt, made from greek yoghurt, blueberry, lemon juice and zest. Bring home your favourite flavours with their signature pints – Grape Yakult Yoghurt ($12), Horlicks Panda ($12), Coconut (egg-free, $12) and Nutty Beer ($15).Address: Sunshine Plaza, 91 Bencoolen St, #01-13, S189652Opening hours: Mon to Thurs 12pm – 10pm, Fri & Sat 12pm – 10.30pmAddress: Our Tampines Hub, 1 Tampines Walk, #B1-52, S528523Opening hours: Mon to Thurs 12.30pm – 9.30pm, Fri to Sun 12.30pm – 10pm6. The Humble ScoopSource: The Humble ScoopSource: The Humble ScoopYou’ll find hand-churned and freshly made ice cream here at The Humble Scoop. Taste locally-inspired flavours that’ll bring back fond memories of growing up. From Atas Ripple, Milo Dinosaur, Old School Chocolate and Orh Bee Good (made from homemade pulut hitam), basic flavours are $3.90 and premium flavours at $4.90 per scoop. They also have pints for delivery, check out their Facebook page for more details.Address: Katong Shopping Centre, 865 Mountbatten Rd, #B1-92 S437844Opening hours: Daily 12pm – 8.30pm, closed on MondaysRead: Best Vegan and Vegetarian Restaurants in Singapore - from Plant-Based Burgers, Ice Cream to Chinese Cuisine7. LickersSource: LickersSource: LickersSource: LickersYou’ll first be attracted by their cutesy cat illustration, illuminated neon sign, and then fall in love with their range of unique flavours. This handcrafted ice cream and coffee joint in Hougang makes their frozen delights in small batches to ensure consistency. Pair your ice cream with their freshly made waffles, drizzled with their decadent maple syrup. Waffles with a Single Scoop costs $7.50 and additional scoops at $2.50 each.Address: Blk 124 Hougang Ave 1, #01-1446, S530124Opening hours: Tuesdays to Thursdays 1pm – 2am, Fridays to Sundays 12pm – 2am, closed on MondaysRead: Best Donuts and Bomboloni in Singapore from Savoury to Sweet Flavours8. Birds of ParadiseSource: Birds of ParadiseSource: Birds of ParadiseSource: Birds of ParadiseA household name to artisanal and botanical flavoured ice creams, Birds of Paradise takes the rein for being one of the most innovative gelato parlour in Singapore. Using natural ingredients such as flowers, fruits, herbs and spices, be surprised and try all popular treats such as Lychee Raspberry, Strawberry Basil and White Chrysanthemum. Pick your favourite and pair it with their Thyme-Infused Cones ($1) – a surprising match which we finished till the last crunch. You'll also get to see them made fresh daily in the shop. Single scoop at $4.70 and Double scoop is $7.70. They also have pints for takeaways at $16 each (not available at Jewel Changi Airport outlet). Oh, and they use sustainable cups made from sugarcane pulp post-juice extraction! We love a brand that cares for the environment.Address: 63 Katong East Coast Rd, #01-05, S428776Opening hours: Daily 12pm – 10pm, closed on MondaysAddress: Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Blvd, #01-214, S819666Opening hours: Daily 12pm – 10pm9. OverrunSource: Overrun.SGSource: Overrun.SGSource: Overrun.SGGrab your soft serve ice cream from Overrun, hold it up against the scenic Kampong Glam and Instagram it. They have seasonal flavours, $8 each, such as Tiramisu (coffee cheese with white choco chips, dark choc crunch and biscuit), Caramel Apple Pie (vanilla, pretzel, salted caramel sauce and mini donut) and Ondeh-Ondeh (pandan, with desiccated coconut, gula Melaka and kueh Ondeh-Ondeh). They run out fast, so be sure to head down early to avoid disappointment.Address: 18 Baghdad St, S199657Opening hours: Tuesdays – Thursdays & Sundays 12pm – 8.30pm, Fridays & Saturdays 12pm – 10pmRead: Best Local Breakfast Places in Singapore That's Better than Brunch10. FATCAT Ice Cream BarSource: FATCAT Ice Cream BarSource: FATCAT Ice Cream BarWith a name like FATCAT, it’s hard to ignore this ice cream parlour at Bedok North. Besides serving the usual scoops of ice cream, they are innovative with flavours during special seasons – their Jasmine Peach Sorbet and Pu-Er Tea (Chinese tea-flavoured milk-based ice cream) were created for the Mid-Autumn Festival. Pair your ice cream with their signature Gourmet Charcoal Waffles, which goes well with their chef-made Salted Egg Yolk Sauce.Address: 416 Bedok North Ave 2, #01-25, S460416Opening hours: Daily 1pm – 9.30pm, closed on Tuesdays11. Kind KonesSource: Kind KonesSource: Kind KonesConveniently located in the heart of Orchard Road, Kind Kones is a quaint ice cream shop situated at the basement of Forum The Shopping Mall. Surprise yourself and try the variety of fully vegan ice creams! Yes, every flavour is free from dairy, soy, refined sugars, eggs, preservatives and artificial flavours – all these without compromising the flavour. This ice cream parlour truly lives up to its name by being kind to our body and planet, they only use ingredients that can be found in our common kitchen and are made by batches to ensure quality.A must-try is their signature Blue Planet, a beautiful concoction of coconut, cashew and almond milk that’s dyed using Blue Pea Flower and mixed with bits of matcha cake. The mixture of ingredients perfectly complements each other. Have a scoop of Blue Planet in an Almond cone for the full vegan experience. Other bestsellers include Black Forest, Almond Brittle Fudge and Lemon Lime Sorbet.Be sure to pair your ice cream with desserts such as the Brownie Sundae, a flourless sweet potato brownie and add toppings such as toasted almonds, pistachios and dairy-free chocolate chips. The ice cream flavours range from a standard $4.90 to premium $6.90 per scoop.Address: Forum The Shopping Mall Lot, B1-27/K1 583 Orchard Road S238884Opening hours: Daily 10am – 10pmRead: Best Burger Joints You Must Try in Singapore12. ApiarySource: ApiarySource: ApiarySatisfy your sweet tooth cravings at Neil Road, with a jaw-dropping 18 flavours to pick from. Situated in between bars, clubs and restaurants, Apiary is a quiet respite in the bustling Tanjong Pagar to treat yourself after a long and tiring day at work or before you party the night away.Try their signature Apiary Honey ice cream that includes bits of bee pollen and cacao nibs for a layered texture taste. Or try the Blue Milk ice cream, a creamy flavour that gets the blue colour from Blue Pea Flower, and mixed with milk and sea salt. If you love chocolate, go for the Ferrero Rocher which has little crispy bits that makes you feel like you’re having the real chocolate treat.The flavours are priced at $3.90 for a single scoop, $7.30 for a double scoop or you can go big or go home with a triple scoop at $10. Be sure to also check out their new outlet at Jubilee Square, Ang Mo Kio.Address: 84 Neil Road S088844Opening hours: Daily 12pm – 10pmRead: Best Restaurants with Beautiful Views of Singapore13. Creamier Handcrafted Ice Cream and CoffeeSource: Creamier Handcrafted Ice Cream and CoffeeSource: Creamier Handcrafted Ice Cream and CoffeeThis listing comes as no surprise, as Creamier Handcrafted Ice Cream and Coffee is one of the best-handcrafted ice cream and coffee shops in Singapore since 2011. Their first humble outlet at Toa Payoh was packed with customers every day, from every corner of the island. Their vision is to bring quality and affordable ice creams to the neighbourhood – and they sure did! Creamier makes their delicious ice cream in small batches, using the best quality ingredients sourced globally for optimum flavour.Their ice creams are best paired with their famous Double Stacked Thick Waffles, drizzled with maple syrup and chocolate sauce. Some of the must-try signature flavours are Sea Salt Gula Melaka, Earl Grey Lavender and Roasted Pistachio. If you’re lucky, hunt down their seasonal flavours such as Pulut Hitam, Orange Cranberry Vodka and Lucky Date. Their outlets are located in Toa Payoh, Gillman Barracks and Tiong Bahru.Address: Blk 131 Toa Payoh Lor 1, #01-02 S310131/ Gillman Barracks 5A Lock Rd S108927/ 78 Yong Siak St, #01-18 S162078Opening hours: Daily 12pm – 10pm, closed on Mondays14. MatchayaSource: MatchayaSource: MatchayaGreen tea lovers rejoice! There’s an ice cream shop that specialises in just green tea products which resemble quaint matcha cafes in Kyoto, Japan. Started from a humble pop-up at Icon Village in Tanjong Pagar, Matchaya is a home-grown brand that has now found its home at The Cathay in Dhoby Ghaut.The shop has an impressive menu, offering more than 80 items, and our favourite is their Matcha Soft Serve, which uses raw ingredients that are organic-certified with no added preservatives. The matcha flavour boasts a strong and intense bitterness that all matcha lovers will enjoy. However, if that’s too strong for you, opt for the Genmaicha Soft Serve which is a mixture of roasted brown rice and green tea.Matchaya also has takeaway tubs such as the Uji Matcha Soft Serve, Houjicha Soft Serve Tub, Kurogoma (Black Sesame) Soft Serve and Hokkaido Milk Soft Serve, all retailing at $14.90 per tub.Address: 2 Handy Rd, #01-08/09 S229233Opening hours: Daily 10am – 10pm

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Best Ice Cream & Gelato Shops You Must Try in Singapore

We love our Sunday brunches at quaint cafes, hearty zi char dishes and spicy food. But nothing beats having a scoop of ice cream in Singapore’s equatorial weather. From the classic flavours to unique concoctions served in a cup, cone or sandwich, get the latest scoop through our curated list of the best ice cream shops in Singapore to beat the heat. Who says no to ice cream, right?Read: Best Dessert Food Deliveries You Must Try from GrabFood SG with Island-wide Delivery1. Kindred FolkSource: Kindred FolkSource: Kindred FolkSituated in King Albert Park, Kindred Folk is a two-storey ice cream shop that serves handcrafted ice cream, pasta and other desserts. The café is popular with students from nearby institutions such as Ngee Ann Polytechnic and SIM, with a hammock on the second storey it’s hard to leave such a cosy place!Onto the real deal – the ice cream. Excite your palate with unique flavours such as Watermelon-Calamansi Sorbet, Cereal Milk (our personal favourite), Grapefruit Froyo, Wasabi, Sea Salt Gula Melaka and Matcha Gao – more than just your typical Neapolitan ice cream here at Kindred Folk. The flavours range from basic, premium and speciality which costs $3.80 to $5.80 per scoop.Address: KAP Residences, 9 King Albert Park S598332Opening hours: Tuesdays – Thursdays & Sundays 12pm – 10pm, Fridays – Saturdays 12pm – 11pm, closed on MondaysRead: Where to Indulge in the Best Basque Burnt Cheesecakes in Singapore2. MomolatoSource: MomolatoSource: MomolatoJust a few minutes away from Mother Dough Bakery, you’ll spot Momolato at the bustling touristy spot of Haji Lane. Adding onto a slew of already yummy sweet treats shops, Momolato is a Halal-certified gelato parlour with keto-friendly options. Take your pick from 18 gelato flavours, where 6 are keto-friendly.Source: MomolatoFounded by Sharon Tay, they also have dairy-free options for lactose-intolerant customers with flavours from Ecuador Chocolate Arabica Coffee to Watermelon Soursop. For the ultimate Instagram shot, we recommend getting them in a cone – Butter ($1.50), Pandan ($1.50) or Keto ($3). For the night owls, you’ll be glad to know they are open till 2am!Address: 34 Haji Lane, S189227Opening hours: Mon to Thurs & Sun 12pm – 11pm, Fri & Sat 12pm – 2amRead: 15 Most Romantic Restaurants in Singapore for Valentine's Day, Date Nights and Anniversaries3. Monarch & Milkweed GelatoSource: Monarch & Milkweed GelatoSource: Monarch & Milkweed GelatoSource: Monarch & Milkweed GelatoThe Kampong Gelam enclave is no stranger to hipster cafes and ice cream parlours, but at Monarch & Milkweed Gelato, the flavours here are one-of-a-kind. The ice cream cones are made in-house daily with premium French butter. Tastes just as good as they sound, pick flavours from Coffee & Cacao, Ispahan (Lychee, Raspberry & Strawberry), Sea Salt Gula Jawa to Tahitian Vanilla. A single scoop at $4.90 and a double scoop at $8.Address: 802 North Bridge Rd, #01-01, S198770Opening hours: Daily 10am – 10pm, closed on MonRead: Best Kid-Friendly Restaurants and Cafes in Singapore with Kids Menus and Playgrounds4. Inside ScoopSource: Inside ScoopSource: Inside ScoopSource: Inside ScoopA famous ice cream brand from Malaysia, Inside Scoop has graced our shores at North Bridge Road, Bugis. Step into this shop and be greeted by the bright yellow interior, greenery that exudes good vibes only. Coming as a group? Dine at the communal table that sits under a sunroof, perfect for an Instagram shot. Take your pick from 18 yummy flavours including Lotus Biscoff Cheesecake, Premium Matcha and Valrhona Chocolate. Indulge your scoops on their Signature Buttermilk (+$7) and Charcoal Waffles (+$6).Single scoop at $4.80, $8.30 double scoop, $11.50 triple scoop – additional $1 for premium and $2 for double premium flavours.Address: 779 North Bridge Rd, S198747Opening hours: Sun to Thurs 12.30pm – 10.30pm, Fri & Sat 12.30pm – 12am5. Merely Ice CreamSource: Merely Ice CreamSource: Merely Ice CreamSource: Merely Ice CreamNo stranger to students from the nearby schools, Merely Ice Cream isn’t merely like any other ice cream parlours. Started in 2012, they’ve created plenty of innovative flavours including their latest Lemon Berry Yoghurt, made from greek yoghurt, blueberry, lemon juice and zest. Bring home your favourite flavours with their signature pints – Grape Yakult Yoghurt ($12), Horlicks Panda ($12), Coconut (egg-free, $12) and Nutty Beer ($15).Address: Sunshine Plaza, 91 Bencoolen St, #01-13, S189652Opening hours: Mon to Thurs 12pm – 10pm, Fri & Sat 12pm – 10.30pmAddress: Our Tampines Hub, 1 Tampines Walk, #B1-52, S528523Opening hours: Mon to Thurs 12.30pm – 9.30pm, Fri to Sun 12.30pm – 10pm6. The Humble ScoopSource: The Humble ScoopSource: The Humble ScoopYou’ll find hand-churned and freshly made ice cream here at The Humble Scoop. Taste locally-inspired flavours that’ll bring back fond memories of growing up. From Atas Ripple, Milo Dinosaur, Old School Chocolate and Orh Bee Good (made from homemade pulut hitam), basic flavours are $3.90 and premium flavours at $4.90 per scoop. They also have pints for delivery, check out their Facebook page for more details.Address: Katong Shopping Centre, 865 Mountbatten Rd, #B1-92 S437844Opening hours: Daily 12pm – 8.30pm, closed on MondaysRead: Best Vegan and Vegetarian Restaurants in Singapore - from Plant-Based Burgers, Ice Cream to Chinese Cuisine7. LickersSource: LickersSource: LickersSource: LickersYou’ll first be attracted by their cutesy cat illustration, illuminated neon sign, and then fall in love with their range of unique flavours. This handcrafted ice cream and coffee joint in Hougang makes their frozen delights in small batches to ensure consistency. Pair your ice cream with their freshly made waffles, drizzled with their decadent maple syrup. Waffles with a Single Scoop costs $7.50 and additional scoops at $2.50 each.Address: Blk 124 Hougang Ave 1, #01-1446, S530124Opening hours: Tuesdays to Thursdays 1pm – 2am, Fridays to Sundays 12pm – 2am, closed on MondaysRead: Best Donuts and Bomboloni in Singapore from Savoury to Sweet Flavours8. Birds of ParadiseSource: Birds of ParadiseSource: Birds of ParadiseSource: Birds of ParadiseA household name to artisanal and botanical flavoured ice creams, Birds of Paradise takes the rein for being one of the most innovative gelato parlour in Singapore. Using natural ingredients such as flowers, fruits, herbs and spices, be surprised and try all popular treats such as Lychee Raspberry, Strawberry Basil and White Chrysanthemum. Pick your favourite and pair it with their Thyme-Infused Cones ($1) – a surprising match which we finished till the last crunch. You'll also get to see them made fresh daily in the shop. Single scoop at $4.70 and Double scoop is $7.70. They also have pints for takeaways at $16 each (not available at Jewel Changi Airport outlet). Oh, and they use sustainable cups made from sugarcane pulp post-juice extraction! We love a brand that cares for the environment.Address: 63 Katong East Coast Rd, #01-05, S428776Opening hours: Daily 12pm – 10pm, closed on MondaysAddress: Jewel Changi Airport, 78 Airport Blvd, #01-214, S819666Opening hours: Daily 12pm – 10pm9. OverrunSource: Overrun.SGSource: Overrun.SGSource: Overrun.SGGrab your soft serve ice cream from Overrun, hold it up against the scenic Kampong Glam and Instagram it. They have seasonal flavours, $8 each, such as Tiramisu (coffee cheese with white choco chips, dark choc crunch and biscuit), Caramel Apple Pie (vanilla, pretzel, salted caramel sauce and mini donut) and Ondeh-Ondeh (pandan, with desiccated coconut, gula Melaka and kueh Ondeh-Ondeh). They run out fast, so be sure to head down early to avoid disappointment.Address: 18 Baghdad St, S199657Opening hours: Tuesdays – Thursdays & Sundays 12pm – 8.30pm, Fridays & Saturdays 12pm – 10pmRead: Best Local Breakfast Places in Singapore That's Better than Brunch10. FATCAT Ice Cream BarSource: FATCAT Ice Cream BarSource: FATCAT Ice Cream BarWith a name like FATCAT, it’s hard to ignore this ice cream parlour at Bedok North. Besides serving the usual scoops of ice cream, they are innovative with flavours during special seasons – their Jasmine Peach Sorbet and Pu-Er Tea (Chinese tea-flavoured milk-based ice cream) were created for the Mid-Autumn Festival. Pair your ice cream with their signature Gourmet Charcoal Waffles, which goes well with their chef-made Salted Egg Yolk Sauce.Address: 416 Bedok North Ave 2, #01-25, S460416Opening hours: Daily 1pm – 9.30pm, closed on Tuesdays11. Kind KonesSource: Kind KonesSource: Kind KonesConveniently located in the heart of Orchard Road, Kind Kones is a quaint ice cream shop situated at the basement of Forum The Shopping Mall. Surprise yourself and try the variety of fully vegan ice creams! Yes, every flavour is free from dairy, soy, refined sugars, eggs, preservatives and artificial flavours – all these without compromising the flavour. This ice cream parlour truly lives up to its name by being kind to our body and planet, they only use ingredients that can be found in our common kitchen and are made by batches to ensure quality.A must-try is their signature Blue Planet, a beautiful concoction of coconut, cashew and almond milk that’s dyed using Blue Pea Flower and mixed with bits of matcha cake. The mixture of ingredients perfectly complements each other. Have a scoop of Blue Planet in an Almond cone for the full vegan experience. Other bestsellers include Black Forest, Almond Brittle Fudge and Lemon Lime Sorbet.Be sure to pair your ice cream with desserts such as the Brownie Sundae, a flourless sweet potato brownie and add toppings such as toasted almonds, pistachios and dairy-free chocolate chips. The ice cream flavours range from a standard $4.90 to premium $6.90 per scoop.Address: Forum The Shopping Mall Lot, B1-27/K1 583 Orchard Road S238884Opening hours: Daily 10am – 10pmRead: Best Burger Joints You Must Try in Singapore12. ApiarySource: ApiarySource: ApiarySatisfy your sweet tooth cravings at Neil Road, with a jaw-dropping 18 flavours to pick from. Situated in between bars, clubs and restaurants, Apiary is a quiet respite in the bustling Tanjong Pagar to treat yourself after a long and tiring day at work or before you party the night away.Try their signature Apiary Honey ice cream that includes bits of bee pollen and cacao nibs for a layered texture taste. Or try the Blue Milk ice cream, a creamy flavour that gets the blue colour from Blue Pea Flower, and mixed with milk and sea salt. If you love chocolate, go for the Ferrero Rocher which has little crispy bits that makes you feel like you’re having the real chocolate treat.The flavours are priced at $3.90 for a single scoop, $7.30 for a double scoop or you can go big or go home with a triple scoop at $10. Be sure to also check out their new outlet at Jubilee Square, Ang Mo Kio.Address: 84 Neil Road S088844Opening hours: Daily 12pm – 10pmRead: Best Restaurants with Beautiful Views of Singapore13. Creamier Handcrafted Ice Cream and CoffeeSource: Creamier Handcrafted Ice Cream and CoffeeSource: Creamier Handcrafted Ice Cream and CoffeeThis listing comes as no surprise, as Creamier Handcrafted Ice Cream and Coffee is one of the best-handcrafted ice cream and coffee shops in Singapore since 2011. Their first humble outlet at Toa Payoh was packed with customers every day, from every corner of the island. Their vision is to bring quality and affordable ice creams to the neighbourhood – and they sure did! Creamier makes their delicious ice cream in small batches, using the best quality ingredients sourced globally for optimum flavour.Their ice creams are best paired with their famous Double Stacked Thick Waffles, drizzled with maple syrup and chocolate sauce. Some of the must-try signature flavours are Sea Salt Gula Melaka, Earl Grey Lavender and Roasted Pistachio. If you’re lucky, hunt down their seasonal flavours such as Pulut Hitam, Orange Cranberry Vodka and Lucky Date. Their outlets are located in Toa Payoh, Gillman Barracks and Tiong Bahru.Address: Blk 131 Toa Payoh Lor 1, #01-02 S310131/ Gillman Barracks 5A Lock Rd S108927/ 78 Yong Siak St, #01-18 S162078Opening hours: Daily 12pm – 10pm, closed on Mondays14. MatchayaSource: MatchayaSource: MatchayaGreen tea lovers rejoice! There’s an ice cream shop that specialises in just green tea products which resemble quaint matcha cafes in Kyoto, Japan. Started from a humble pop-up at Icon Village in Tanjong Pagar, Matchaya is a home-grown brand that has now found its home at The Cathay in Dhoby Ghaut.The shop has an impressive menu, offering more than 80 items, and our favourite is their Matcha Soft Serve, which uses raw ingredients that are organic-certified with no added preservatives. The matcha flavour boasts a strong and intense bitterness that all matcha lovers will enjoy. However, if that’s too strong for you, opt for the Genmaicha Soft Serve which is a mixture of roasted brown rice and green tea.Matchaya also has takeaway tubs such as the Uji Matcha Soft Serve, Houjicha Soft Serve Tub, Kurogoma (Black Sesame) Soft Serve and Hokkaido Milk Soft Serve, all retailing at $14.90 per tub.Address: 2 Handy Rd, #01-08/09 S229233Opening hours: Daily 10am – 10pm

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Because you’re one of the first few guests to stay in the hotel, you’ll sleep like a baby in a newly furnished hotel room, on the comfiest white duvet and pillows.Read: Best Hidden Gems in Singapore That Will Surprise You9. Check-in Near the End of the DayMost hotel check-ins are only possible after 2pm, as they need time to clean the rooms when previous occupants check out at 12pm. However, try checking in only towards the end of the day. The hotel has a better sense of the occupancy rate by then, and may just give you a room upgrade for FREE! Be sure to call them if you’re checking in late so they are aware of your arrival time.Read: Best Things to See & Do in South Singapore10. Skip Breakfast and the Hotel BarIf there are plenty of breakfast options around your hotel, skip breakfast and enjoy scrumptious local delights instead. But of course, if you’d like to experience the hotel breakfast, opt for one during your stay. More importantly, avoid eating the hotel bar snacks in your room! (Hint: EXPENSIVE!) Buy them from a convenience store instead, we promise you’ll get greater satisfaction and more bang for your buck.Grab yummy snacks from The Cocoa Trees and Nature’s Superfoods all at discounted prices by applying promo codes at check out.BONUS Additional TipTake advantage of our meREWARDS app and make your hotel and flight booking with us. Earn cashback for every booking made. If you’re getting essentials such as luggage and other travel needs, browse through our list of merchants here.For successful cashback tracking, sign in to meREWARDS and click ‘Buy Now’ in brands’ pages. For more information on cashback, read here.

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Best Father’s Day Gift Ideas in Singapore for Every Type of Dad 2021

Celebrate the unsung heroes in our lives with our dads this Father’s Day, which falls on 20 Jun 2021. With heightened safe distancing measures still in place and no dining out is allowed (except from 21 Jun onwards), stay home and feast on these delicious spreads or surprise them with gift sets they’ll love.1. AMICI Catering - Father’s Day Mini Buffet BBQ & GrillSource: AMICI CateringCelebrating Father’s Day at home? Order AMICI’s Mini Buffet BBQ & Grill promo (starting from $108 for 5 pax or $148 for 8 pax) perfect for meat lovers. Try the Classic Set and choose between Beef Striploin Marinated with Herbs & Garlic or Oven Roasted Garlic Herb Lamb Leg with Lamb Jus. Treat dad like a king with the Premium Set – pick between Whole Marinated Beef Ribeye with Montreal Steak Spices or Rosemary Lamb Rack.Both sets come with multiple side dishes and a free 6-inch Chocolate Caramel Walnut Mousse Cake.Grab 10% OFF all items here. Other promos with AMICI here and here.2. Noel Gifts - Father’s Day HampersSource: Noel GiftsSource: Noel GiftsSurprise dad with a hamper from Noel Gifts, a leading gifting company in Singapore. Browse through their range of hampers from fruit, health supplements, fragrance to alcohol – all tastefully wrapped and decorated for the unsung heroes in our lives. Personalisation is available for some hampers.Shop Noel Gifts here and earn Cashback.3. BRAND’S SG - 20% OFF Selected ProductsFrom now till 21 June, enjoy BRAND’S Suntory Father’s Day special and reward dad with the gift of health. Improve flexibility with ActivMove, keep a healthy liver with Sesamin (with Schisandra extract) or improve digestion with Pre + Probiotics 30s. All products come in a curated bundled with other products, for a limited time only.Purchase them here.4. When I Was Four - Father’s Day Gift SetSource: When I Was FourRemind that he’s the best whilst drinking his morning kopi o with When I was Four. Shop this Father’s Day Gift Set ($42.90) which includes an Enamel Mug, a Brass Pen with Free Side Engraving and a Post Card. Only 30 sets are produced, so the fastest fingers first for these locally produced gifts.Enter our promo code here at checkout to enjoy 10 % OFF.5. Pourabucha - Gift Sample SetSource: PourabuchaPacked with vitamins, probiotics, and minerals, introduce kombucha to dad with Pourabucha’s Gift Sampler Set ($24.90). This Singaporean brand brews its kombucha using traditional methods with ingredients sourced globally. Try the sampler set which features 4 different bottles (180ml) playfully named – One in a Melon, Toast to Me, When In Doubt Chill Out and Grown-Up Cola.Pick up available at Nordcom 2, 2 Gambas Crescent, Level 3, Kitchen 5.Shop online here and here, apply our exclusive promo codes at checkout.6. You Tiao Man - Family Feasting BundleSource: You Tiao ManSource: You Tiao ManIf dad prefers something more familiar and reminds him of the olden days, it’s hard to go wrong with the classic breakfast staple, you tiao. And with You Tiao Man’s Family Feasting Bundle ($43.80, U.P. $49), try all three types from otah charcoal, sotong and plain you tiao. This bundle also comes with curry samosa that’ll have you and the family snacking continuously.Feast with the family and apply promo code here for a discount.7. Celebraze - Stay Home Wine & Cheese SetFor a classic and luxurious celebration, try Celebraze’s Stay Home Wine & Cheese Set ($108). This set includes a variety of cheeses (such as French Cambert and Gouda), cold cuts and other assortments. For tipple, you’ll get Tenuta Sant’anna Merlot, Chardonnay, Prosecco Extra Dry (750ml).Celebrate Father's Day with our unique promo code here. 8. The Shirt Bar - Gift SetsFor the stylish dads, look no further than The Shirt Bar, a notable menswear brand in Singapore. Make sure dad continues to look dapper (even as he ages!) for date nights with mum and surprise him with a Pocket Square (from $49.90), 5 pc Socks ($54.50) or Multi-coloured Boxer Shorts and Socks (from $29.90).Apply our promo code at check out here on limited items, valid till 30 Jun.

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