Birds of Paradise Gelato Boutique & Sandwich Bar opens at Mandai
Homegrown gelato brand Birds of Paradise is not resting on their laurels. After launching their fourth outlet on Beach Road, their fifth outlet soon followed, this time in the North. Birds of Paradise Gelato Boutique & Sandwich Bar, a new dine-in cafe concept, has opened at Mandai Wildlife West!
The all-new dining space and gelato boutique is located right outside Bird Paradise, so you can pop in for a break after visiting the new bird park. You’ll first spot a silver bullet food truck right outside, where you can select your gelato flavours before heading in.
Escape from the heat and chill at the dine-in space, where tabletops are made from upcycled pink marble, and plant waste from the gelato-making process.
Food-wise, expect brand-new items such as Strawberry Basil and Pandan Sundae ($12+), a refreshing creation topped with coconut flakes, pomegranate seeds, and coconut blossom nectar for natural sweetness.
Those dining at Birds of Paradise Mandai can tuck into savoury bites from the Sandwich Bar, including an Egg Mayo Sourdough ($10.80+), starring fresh coriander and pistachio for crunch, and a sinful Grilled Triple Cheese ($12.80+).
Look forward to new shakes on the menu too, made with only two ingredients: gelato and regular milk or oat milk. The Strawberry Basil Shake ($9.80+) is a must-try milk-based beverage that pairs the sweet and juicy fruit with punchy basil notes.
Don’t miss out on their signature Gelato (from $5.50+) too. Popular flavours include Hazelnut and the botanical-inspired White Chrysanthemum for those who love floral flavours.
If you’re in the mood for more gelato, read our Momolato interview, where we feature an award-winning gelato maker. Otherwise, check out the new Coach Cafe in Chinatown for Coach-inspired desserts, delicious doughnuts and more!
Address: 20 Mandai Lake Road, #02-03, Singapore 729825
Opening hours: Daily 9am to 8pm
Tel: 9825 0262
Birds of Paradise Gelato Boutique & Sandwich Bar is not a halal-certified eatery but uses no pork or lard.
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