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30 Ice Cream and Waffles Cafes In Singapore, Including Those Open Till 2AM

7th November 2023

Best ice cream waffles in Singapore

One of the most inviting things about ice cream stores is the toasty aroma of freshly made waffles. If you allow yourself to be drawn by the scent, you’ll find yourself standing in front of an ice cream display next, deciding which flavours to go with your piping hot waffle. You won’t regret it, because your taste buds are in for a treat. 

Crispy, brown waffles. Rich and creamy gelato. That’s really all you need for an indulgent break at any time of the day. To save you the trouble of looking for ice cream parlours to visit, here are the best cafes for ice cream and waffles in Singapore, including one that has savoury waffles too! We’ve organised them according neighbourhood for ease.

Multiple outlets islandwide

1. Creamier

Creamier Handcrafted Ice Cream and CoffeeImage credit: Creamier Handcrafted Ice Cream and Coffee

If there was a competition for the crispiest waffle, I think we have a winner in Creamier Handcrafted Ice Cream and Coffee. Waffles here, with an undeniable crisp exterior and fluffy texture, are served in twos ($7.50). Accompany this with an additional scoop of their freshly churned ice cream ($10.90), produced using only natural quality ingredients such as Tahitian Vanilla Beans and hand-harvested sea salt. You’ll never go wrong with their best-selling ice cream flavours, so check out their Earl Grey Lavender and seasonal Tau Huay (soya bean) ice creams!

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Creamier is not a halal-certified eatery.

2. Three’s A Crowd

Three's A Crowd - Horlicks Waffle with Ice Cream

Three’s A Crowd plays around with flavours that truly appeal to our local palate, such as the Churros Waffles ($8) that are generously coated with cinnamon sugar and paired with toasted marshmallow and chocolate sauce. Make it extra decadent by topping it up with a scoop of their freshly churned ice cream ($4.30), though we recommend their premium flavours ($5.30) such as the Leegacy Dark Chocolate or Roasted Pistachio.

Read our Three’s A Crowd review.

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Three’s A Crowd is a halal-certified eatery.

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3. Lickers

Lickers Waffles Ice Cream
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Many head to Lickers to satisfy their late-night sugar cravings because this ice cream bar opens till 2am daily! On top of its laid-back ambience and cheeky neon decor, they serve ice cream and waffles that are as Instagrammable as its interior. A thick slab of their waffles with a scoop of ice cream costs $8. Look out for some of their more interesting flavours such as Oolong Lavender, Cookie Monster as well as Yakult Oreo. Be prepared to queue especially if you’re heading over after 10pm!

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Lickers is not a halal-certified eatery.

4. Denzy Gelato

Denzy Gelato
Image credit: Denzy Gelato

Titled as Singapore’s Best Gelato in 2019, Denzy Gelato has legit handcrafted ice cream with unique flavours that would surely pique your interest. Look out for one of their best-seller, the Persian Prince, which is a blend of almond and saffron. They also managed to transform a typical breakfast item into a delicious gelato flavour─Cereal Milk. Accompany a single scoop of gelato (from $4.20) with a slice of waffle ($5.80) to make this sweet treat even more satisfying.

Read our Denzy Gelato review.

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Denzy Gelato is not a halal-certified eatery.

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5. The Humble Scoop 

the humble scoop kovan ice cream

The Humble Scoop specialises in locally inspired gelato flavours that will transport you right back to childhood. A scoop starts at $4, but you can also enjoy a scoop with a waffle for $8. Over 30 flavours are available daily, and they rotate monthly. However, the bestsellers remain a permanent fixture. These include their popular Orh-Bee-Good ($4) and Guava Sourplum ($4). The latter is one we really enjoyed, thanks to how much the tartness of the sour plum shone through. Do note that dine-in isn’t available, so you’ll have to enjoy your dessert to-go.

Read our The Humble Scoop review.

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The Humble Scoop is not a halal-certified eatery.

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6. Apiary 

Apiary ice cream wafflesImage credit: Apiary

Another household gelato cafe is Apiary, located in a shophouse along Neil Road. They make all their ice creams and sorbets from scratch, with prices starting at $5 for a single scoop. Blue Milk is their perennial bestseller. The milk-based ice cream is tinted blue thanks to blue pea, and elevated with sea salt. There’s also Sicilian Pistachio ($6), made with real Italian pistachios roasted for extra oomph. Enjoy your ice cream with their classic brown butter waffle for an additional $8.

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Apiary is not a halal-certified eatery.

7. Burnt Cones 

Burnt Cones - buttermilk waffles

Burnt Cones originally opened in Sunset Way end-2020, and it quickly became a hotspot for those looking to satisfy their sugar cravings, with multiple outlets opening islandwide. The cafe is best known for their rich gelato flavours and their house-made cones (of which you can choose the level of crispiness), but they also have waffles if you prefer. Ice creams start at  a scoop, of which we highly recommend both the Pistachio and Ube. Their Buttermilk Waffles are great for fans of crispy waffles, as the charred exterior offers some crunch when making way for the pillowy middle. Prices differ according to outlet.

Read our Burnt Cones review.

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Burnt Cones is not a halal-certified eatery.

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8. Udders

udders best ice cream waffles singapore
Image credit: @uddersicecream

Udders is one of Singapore’s OG ice cream and waffle spots, with multiple outlets islandwide. They have a wide variety of fun flavours to choose from, including those that pay homage to popular candy bars—think Kit Kat Bites and Snickers Honeycomb. Have these as is, or atop one of their fluffy waffles, made fresh to order. It’s also worth noting that Udders has vegan-friendly flavours on the menu! Prices differ according to outlet.
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Udders ice creams are made in a halal-certified kitchen.

9. The Better Scoop 

the better scoop - flat lay

The Better Scoop puts an innovative spin on the ice cream waffles trend with their Nian Gao Waffles ($6.80), an ooey-gooey confection that makes for a textural pairing with the gelato. Each waffle comes with four squares of nian gao, so you get notes of toffee and brown sugar with every bite. The Better Scoop has a selection of inventive gelato flavours as well, including the Black Sesame Soy Milk ($4.70) and Hoegarden Rose ($4.70), which you’d be hard-pressed to find at other gelato cafes.

Read our The Better Scoop review.

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The Better Scoop is not a halal-certified eatery.

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10. Hundred Acre Creamery


Hundred Acre Creamery has two outlets in Singapore, one in Sunset Way and another in Tampines. The Winne The Pooh-themed cafe serves up Coconut Pandan Waffle ($7) with a mochi-like texture that’s best enjoyed with a scoop of their gelato. Prices start at around $4.50 a scoop, with unique flavours such as ispahan—AKA rose, raspberry and lychee—and chrysanthemum. They also serve up Vietnamese coffees here, including egg coffee, which is hard to come by in Singapore!

Read our Hundred Acre Creamery review.

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Hundred Acre Creamery is not a halal-certified eatery.

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11. Salted Caramel

salted caramel best waffles gelato singapore
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Salted Caramel has three outlets islandwide—one in Lorong Kilat, Upper Thomson Road, and Science Park Drive—some of which close at 1am on the weekends, and 11pm on weekdays. They have a staggering variety of flavours you can enjoy over their waffles, from Stout & Chocolate to Horlicks Tim Tam. A double scoop with a buttermilk waffle will set you back $14.

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Salted Caramel is not a halal-certified eatery.


12. Sunday Folks

Sunday FolksImage credit: Sunday Folks

This quaint-looking cafe handmakes small batches of soft-serve ice cream every morning to serve with freshly made waffles. The classic Sunday Folks’ plate (from $13.50) makes for an Instagram-worthy shot─two square Belgian waffles with a swirl of creamy soft serve. A bite of their crispy waffles paired with a dollop of creamy Earl Grey Lavender ice cream will have you begging for more.

44 Jln Merah Saga, #01-52 Chip Bee Gardens, Singapore 278116
Opening Hours: Thursday 14:00-22:00  Show More Timings 

Sunday Folks is not a halal-certified eatery.



Stand in front of MADLYGOOD’s counter and you’ll find yourself having a hard time pondering what to get. That’s because they serve a couple of waffle sandwiches as well as waffle and ice cream combinations, priced around $22. They come with a variety of different toppings, from fruit to chocolate chips, and multiple scoops of ice cream, as well as flavoured waffles. 

Read our MADLYGOOD review.

3155 Commonwealth Ave W, #05-22 The Clementi Mall, Singapore 129588
Opening Hours: Thursday 11:30-22:00  Show More Timings 

MADLYGOOD is not a halal-certified eatery.

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14. Gelatolabo

gelatolabo everton park food
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Gelatolabo is one of the more well-known ice cream and waffle joints in Singapore, with two outlets in the West. They’re known for their experimental flavours made with local and organic ingredients, where possible, and their ice creams are also hand-churned for extra-creaminess. Bestselling flavours include the Strawberry & Basil, and the 70% Guanaja Dark Chocolate & Valencia Orange Peel. A scoop starts from $5. You can enjoy their ice cream with their signature Tokyo Mochi Waffles ($7.90), made with Japanese flour and mochi bits for chewiness.

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Gelatolabo is not a halal-certified eatery.

15. 2nd Serving

2nd serving best ice cream waffles singaporeImage credit: @eatwithrachie

Those looking for a TikTok-worthy cafe for their ice cream and waffle fix ought to head down to 2nd Serving. This Holland Drive eatery is hidden behind a vending machine door selling ice cream. Push through to reveal a lush pink cafe with a variety of gelato going for $4.80 a scoop. While most of their offerings are commonplace, 2nd Serving also offers local flavour such as Kueh Bangkit and Tau Sah Piah that are worth the try. Have them served on their waffles, priced at $6.80. 

Read our 2nd Serving review!

2nd Serving: Artisan Gelato & Tea
41 Holland Dr, #01-07, Singapore 270041
Opening Hours: Thursday 18:30-22:00  Show More Timings 

2nd Serving is not a halal-certified eatery.

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16. Geometry

geometry best ice cream and waffles singapore
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Tucked in the Bukit Merah neighbourhood is Geometry, an ice cream and waffle cafe that’s highly rated by patrons. Open till 11pm daily, the cafe offers diners a spot to have a sweet treat till late at night. Prices are relatively affordable here too. A Belgian Waffle will set you back $5.60, with an additional $3.40 for a single scoop. If you’d like a double scoop, it’ll just cost you $12 total. If you’re dining with friends here and want to go all out, get their Pentagon, where you get five scoops of ice cream and five toppings for $18.

2 Jalan Bukit Merah, #01-5142, Singapore 150002
Opening Hours: Thursday 12:00-23:00  Show More Timings 

Geometry is not a halal-certified eatery.


17. Around Cafe 

around cafe - ice cream and waffles

Glasshouse cafes are quite trendy in Singapore of late, with Around Cafe being one of the earliest to join the bandwagon. Located on the compound of a condominium complex in Tampines, Around Cafe is open till 2am daily, making them ideal for sweet-toothed supper cravings. Order the Waffles With Two Rounds ($15) for a thick, cakey waffle and two scoops of gelato. Popular flavours include the Hazelnut Rocher and Strawberry Cheesecake.

Read our Around Cafe review.

Around Cafe
117 Tampines Street 86, The Alps Residences, Singapore 528538
Opening Hours: Thursday 12:00-23:00  Show More Timings 

Around Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.

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18. Ambling Turtle

ambling turtle - chendol waffles

Easties, if you’re craving brunch with desserts after, hit two birds with one stone at Ambling Turtle. They have a wide range of savouries on the menu, spanning curry croissants to rendang wraps. End off the meal with their popular Go Home ($14), a pandan buttermilk waffle with coconut soft serve, azuki beans, and chendol jelly, all finished with a gula jawa syrup. This is basically chendol turned into ice cream and waffles, so if you’re a fan of the local dessert, give Ambling Turtle’s rendition a try.

Read our Ambling Turtle review.

66 E Coast Rd, #01-01 The Flow, Singapore 428778
Opening Hours: Thursday 09:00-18:00  Show More Timings 

Ambling Turtle is not a halal-certified eatery.

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19. Hay Gelato

late night desserts hay gelatoImage credit: Hay Gelato

Hay Gelato is the brainchild of the folks behind contemporary restaurant Brine, in the Arab Street area. Things get really experimental in their cosy Bedok gelateria, as the team firmly believes in pushing flavour boundaries. Popular gelato options on the menu include Balsamic Strawberry, Roasted Pistachio, and Earl Grey, but we recommend keeping an eye out for their more unconventional creations, such as Smoked Hay. A single scoop is priced at $4.20, or $5.20 for premium flavours. Add on $5 for a waffle. They’re also open till 2am daily, except Monday! They have another cafe in Tampines too.

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Hay Gelato is not a halal-certified eatery.

20. Delato

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Easties, you’ll want to put Delato on the radar. The under-HDB gelato and waffles joint is a new kid on the block, specialising in small-batch gelato offerings. There are 12 flavours available daily, and the flavours are rather interesting, from Maple Walnut Pie to Kopi Toast. A scoop starts at $4.20, while their waffles are $6 each.

Read our Delato review.

delato Handcrafted Ice Cream by ZaTaYaYummy
477 Tampines Street 43, #01-154, Singapore 520477
Opening Hours: Thursday 14:00-23:00  Show More Timings 

Delato is not a halal-certified eatery.

21. La Creamery

La creamery singaporeImage credit: La Creamery SG

Chai Chee’s La Creamery brings affordable ice cream and waffles to the Bedok heartlands. Their ice cream prices start at just $3.80, and include the likes of Lychee Raspberry Rose, Osmanthus Jasmine, White Chrysanthemum, and Earl Grey Lavender. Premium options are available for an additional $1, including a rich, sinful Mao Shan Wang flavour during durian season. As for their waffles, La Creamery is best known for their Pu-erh ($5) flavour, a fragrant and crispy waffle that is delightfully chewy on the inside.

55 Chai Chee Dr, #01-192, Singapore 460055
Opening Hours: Thursday 12:30-22:30  Show More Timings 

La Creamery is not a halal-certified eatery.


22. Celine’s Gelato

celines gelato ice cream cafe novena

What was initially a portable gelato cart has now expanded to a new brick-and-mortar ice cream shop at Novena Regency. At Celine’s Gelato, you can choose between six to eight simple flavours starting from $5 a scoop, which is served right from the cart’s golden pozzetti, which is a traditional way of storing gelato. Complete your gelato with their freshly made buttery waffles ($2.80 with gelato) as well as chocolate shavings ($1). 

Read our Celine’s Gelato review.

Celine’s Gelato
275 Thomson Rd, #01-04 Novena Regency, Singapore 307645
Opening Hours: Thursday 11:00-21:00  Show More Timings 

Celine’s Gelato is not a halal-certified eatery.

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23. Obsessive Chocolat Desire Cafe

12 New Restaurants June - OCD Cafe

This one’s for the chocoholics. Obsessive Chocolat Desire Cafe specialises in chocolate desserts, including their selection of chocolate ice cream with different cocoa percentages. Whether it is the semi-sweet milk chocolate or the rich, bittersweet cocoa flavour, there’s something for everyone here. Select between the Original, Chocolate and Black Sesame Waffle ($5) with additional ice cream of your choice ($4). If you’re feeling adventurous, opt for their Corn Cheese or Truffle Waffle ($5) instead. 

Read our OCD Cafe review.

Obsessive Chocolat Desire (OCD) Ice Cream Cafe
114 Jln Besar, Singapore 208834
Opening Hours: Thursday 14:00-23:00  Show More Timings 

OCD Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.

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24. Tom’s Palette


Tom’s Palette is one of Singapore’s OG gelato parlours. They’ve been around since 2005, and took a brief hiatus before recently reopening in Bugis. They’re all about Asian-inspired gelato flavours here, and diners have a whopping 36 options to choose from. A scoop of gelato is priced at $5.20 for a single cup, and $9.60 for a double cup, which you can enjoy atop Belgian Waffles ($7.50). Flavours we recommend include the Soya Bean Fritters, inspired by youtiao in soya bean milk, and the Taiwanese Sesame Brittle.

Read our Tom’s Palette review.

Tom’s Palette
51 Middle Rd, #01-01, Singapore 188959
Opening Hours: Thursday 00:00-00:00  Show More Timings 

Tom’s Palette is not a halal-certified eatery.

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25.  Aphrodite Waffles & Gelato

aphrodite waffles and gelato singapore
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Located along Desker Road, just a stone’s throw away from Swee Choon Dim Sum is Aphrodite Waffles & Gelato, a minimalistic gelato and waffles cafe that opens till 2am over the weekend. A single scoop here costs $5, with 12 flavours available, though they’re on rotation. The flavours here are quite unique, from Blue Cheese Chocolate to Salted Honey being some of the options. Pair these with either their buttery Original Waffle ($6) or Charcoal Waffle ($7) for a complete dessert.

Aphrodite Waffles & Gelato
106 Desker Rd, Singapore 209628
Opening Hours: Thursday 13:00-23:00  Show More Timings 

Aphrodite Waffles & Gelato is not a halal-certified eatery.

26. Lola Faye Cafe


Lola Faye Cafe is a tropical-themed Muslim-owned joint that has quite the extensive menu of sweet treats, including gelato and waffles, brownies, and frappes. Housed along Jalan Besar, it is open till 2am daily.

The gelato here starts at $5 and is quite popular, though it does lean sweet. Toppings are free, and you get to choose between different sauces, cereals, cookie crumbles, and more. Pair your gelato pick with their freshly made Buttermilk Belgian Waffles ($6). 

Read our Lola Faye review.

Lola Faye Cafe
35 Hamilton Rd, Singapore 209204
Opening Hours: Thursday 14:00-02:00  Show More Timings 

Lola Faye Cafe is a Muslim-owned eatery.

27. AM:PM Cafe

am pm cafe pandan delight

Bid goodbye to regular waffles and ice cream, and say hello to soft-serve ice cream with egglets at AM:PM Cafe. This Ang Mo Kio haunt has been around since December 2022, serving up this distinct combo. If you want to DIY, prices start from $10 for the waffles, and ice cream start at $4.50 per flavour. Plus, they’re open till 12am from Friday to Sunday!

Read our AM:PM cafe review.

529 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-2365, Singapore 560529
Opening Hours: Thursday 11:45-22:30  Show More Timings 

AM:PM is not a halal-certified eatery.

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28. Hey Sugar

Hey SugarImage credit: Hey Sugar

Located in Choa Chu Kang, Hey Sugar isn’t just a place that’s pretty in pink. They also serve great waffles along with an array of ice cream flavours such as Cotton Candy Bubblegum and Blueberry Yogurt. Stretch your dollar with their waffles, available in Plain, Charcoal or Red Velvet, with their single scoop ice cream set ($11.50) that’s accompanied by your choice of Ice Brewed Shaken Tea. 

818 Choa Chu Kang Ave 1, #01-06, Singapore 680818
Opening Hours: Thursday 12:00-22:30  Show More Timings 

Hey Sugar is not a halal-certified eatery.

29. Moin Moin Gelato

moin moin best waffles and gelato singapore
Image credit: @moinmoingelato

Moin Moin Gelato in Yishun is where it’s at if you’re looking to grab waffles, ice cream and a cuppa coffee. Prices start at just $3.90 for a single scoop, and $5 for a freshly made waffle, making this one of the most budget-friendly options on the list. Their ice cream flavours are on rotation but often locally inspired, such as Black Sesame and Yakult Vanilla.

Moin Moin Gelato
930 Yishun Central 1, #01-125, Singapore 760930
Opening Hours: Thursday 14:00-22:00  Show More Timings 

Moin Moin is not a halal-certified eatery.


30. Icebar

Icebar first opened in Hougang, and gained heaps of social media traction thanks to their neon-lit interiors, as well as the fact that they open till 2am daily. Waffles start at $5.80 for the original, or $6.90 for the charcoal and $7.80 for their specialty flavour.

Read our Icebar review.

21 Hougang St 51, #02-14, Singapore 538719
Opening Hours: Thursday 18:00-02:00  Show More Timings 

Icebar is not a halal-certified eatery.

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Where to eat waffles with ice cream in Singapore

Ice cream and waffles are good on their own, but sometimes, two is truly better than one. Follow our guide to these waffle and ice cream places and your sugar cravings will surely be satisfied. Do also check out our list of late night dessert cafes, and dessert box delivery options for other sweet treats!

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