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Sugartree Gelato
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The best ice cream delivery in Singapore

Sweet treats to beat our hot weather

By Fabian Loo
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Long before the bubble tea or acai bowl craze, we cooled down with a more classic cold treat: ice cream. But we’ve come a long way from 25 cents vanilla cones. Ice cream parlours in Singapore have given the frozen treat a cool upgrade – from gourmet gelato to flavours inspired by yesteryear. The best part? You don’t even need to leave your house to get your hands on them. These ice cream joints are delivering their sweet treats right to your door.

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No Horse Run
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No Horse Run

Restaurants Ice-cream parlours Yishun

Directly translated from the Hokkien term ‘bo beh zao’ which means ‘incomparable and in a league on its own’ – in the horseracing context – the premium gelato store No Horse Run could quite possibly be a dark horse in the fancy ice cream parlour scene in town. The only thing, this whimsically named store is located nowhere near the CBD bustle – but right in the heartlands that is Yishun. Order up to $60 and delivery is free – choose from unique offerings like strawberry basil, Fleur De Cao dark chocolate, green apple Yakult, black sesame, lemongrass pandan, sea salt Matcha and more. On top of that, there are some premium flavours like the Cereal Mai Pian which tastes exactly like cereal and milk and the rich and slightly smoky Burnt White Chocolate.  

ORDER HERE www.nohorserun.com.sg/collections/shop

The Humble Scoop
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The Humble Scoop

Restaurants Ice-cream parlours Marine Parade

The frozen treats from The Humble Scoop serve up a sweet dose of nostalgia. Expect familiar local flavours including Kopi C Siew Dai, muah chee and Orh Bee Good, which incorporates homemade pulut hitam, and more. Prices start from $16 a pint for basic flavours, and $19 for premium flavours.

Order here thehumblescoop.oddle.me/en_SG

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Kind Kones
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Kind Kones

Restaurants Ice-cream parlours Orchard

The thoughtful treats from Kind Kones won’t hurt your waistline. Each frozen dessert is made using healthy, vegan-friendly ingredients that are natural and chemical-free. The result? Indulge in flavours like Peanut Buttercup (from $7.90), seasonal Baklava (from $7.90) and salted chocolate chip (from $5.90) without feeling guilty. Other healthier, yet equally tasty options include the passionfruit sorbet (from $5.90) and keto avocado coconut (from $7.90). Superfood-packed Bliss Balls are also worth checking out – these healthy treats are equally wholesome to nibble on when feeling peckish. 

Order here kind-kones.myshopify.com

Creamier
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Creamier

Restaurants Cafés Toa Payoh

Creamier’s combination of ice cream and waffles have long been considered one of the best around town, and its popularity shows even during this stay-home period. Get your fix of earl grey lavender ($12.90), summer strawberries ($16.90), and sea salt gula Melaka ($12.90). If you can, be sure to cart out some of its signature golden waffles that are available for delivery too. Each pack of four ($14) comes frozen, and needs just a few minutes in the toaster or oven to warm through and crisp up. Now, you can easily re-create Creamier’s winning dessert right at home.

Order here shop.creamier.com.sg/collections

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Apiary
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Apiary

Restaurants Ice-cream parlours Outram

Only the freshest ingredients are used to create the frozen treats found at Apiary. Its namesake flavour ($17), for instance, is made with a wildflower honey ice cream base that can come folded with caramelised cacao nibs, or bee pollen, or other seasonal ingredients. Other popular options include the Blue Milk ($15) made from milk infused with blue pea flowers and a tasting set ($25) that features six single scoops of the ice cream parlour's best-selling creations. 

Order here apiary.sg/shop.html#/

Mrs Plump's
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Mrs Plump's

Restaurants Ice-cream parlours Raffles Place

The ice cream at Mrs Plump’s comes filled with fruits, seeds … and even leafy greens. With treats these healthy, there's no reason not to reach out for an extra scoop, or two. Stock up the freezer with its decadent chocolate kale ($16.90), banana dates ($16.90), and keto acai berry ($21.90).

Order here mrsplumps.com/collections/best-sellers

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Merely Ice Cream
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Merely

Restaurants Ice-cream parlours Rochor

Merely uses common ingredients to churn out quality ice cream made fresh from scratch. It started to debunk misconceptions that ice cream comes loaded with artificial flavours, and makes its frozen treats using fresh, quality ingredients. Sample its creations in creations that include Earl Grey ($12), Horlicks Panda ($12) folded with crushed Hello Panda biscuits, Breakfast Cereal ($12), and the boozy Nutty Beer ($15) made with lager and pistachio sugar brittle. 

Order here shop.merely.com.sg

Molten lava cookie with a scoop of ice cream from Kooks Creamery
Photograph: Kooks Creamery/ Facebook

Kooks Creamery

Restaurants Ice-cream parlours City Hall

It might be an ice cream parlour, but this dessert maker is just as famous for its molten cookies too. Having both its creations together – creamy frozen ice cream atop warm, loaded cookie – is the key to an ultimate sweet treat. Get its online-exclusive lava cookie and ice cream bundle (from $68.90), which comes with four ready-to-bake signature cookies, along with three pints of ice cream. Flavours range from Ferrero Rocher to milk cereal. 

Order here kookscreamery.com

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Sugartree Gelato
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Sugartree Gelato

Restaurants Ice-cream parlours Hougang

Cool off with the nature-inspired frozen treats from Sugartree Gelato. Flavours range from the indulgent hazelnut and salted caramel with cacao nibs, to refreshing creations of lemongrass ginger and osmanthus oolong. Mix and match with the gelato set ($25, choose up to three flavours), and throw in some rosemary-scented cones ($6 for six) for good measure. 

Order here sugartreegelato.com/collections

Lickers
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Lickers

Restaurants Ice-cream parlours Hougang

Get your lickers ready – this neighbourhood ice cream parlour serves up a delectable range that’s as attractive as its neon light display. Try the special Yakult oreo ($10.50) , or get the bright blue Cookie Monster ($10.50) packed with chunks of cookie dough and cookies. And if you’re a durian lover, the premium Mao Shan Wang ($26.90) will be your best bet.

Order here lickers.com.sg/shop/

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FATCAT Ice Cream Bar
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FATCAT Ice Cream Bar

Restaurants Bedok

You’d be glad to know that Fat Cat’s famous salted egg yolk sauce is still available during this stay-home period. It comes served alongside fluffy charcoal waffles ($8). Throw in scoops of ice cream ($4.60), or indulge in pints (from $18) of its cool treats. If you’re looking for the ultimate sweet treat, splurge on its $50 bundle (delivery fee inclusive) that comes with two waffles and eight cups of ice cream.

Order here take.app/s/6588288230

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