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35 Best Ice Cream Cafes In Singapore, Including Late-Night Options

31st August 2023

Best ice cream cafes in Singapore


The allure of ice cream is simply irresistible, especially with Singapore’s perpetual summer. It’s no wonder that ice cream cafes are immensely popular among Singaporeans, as they offer sweet relief from the heat. Amidst the constant influx of new options, you might feel spoilt for choice. To simplify things, we’ve compiled a list of best ice cream cafes in Singapore, ensuring you’ll always have a go-to spot nearby. And hey, if you’re a gelato aficionado, we’ve got you covered on that front too.


1. Van Leeuwen


van leeuwen ice cream - triple scoop waffle cone

If you’re tuned into the American dessert scene, the name Van Leeuwen might ring a bell. This acclaimed frozen dessert brand made its mark with their ice cream that’s crafted the French way: with double egg yolks, for maximum creaminess. Their Singapore outpost has just set up shop at Orchard Central, offering flavours such as Sicilian Pistachio, Mint Chip, and Marion Berry Cheesecake. With so many yummy options to choose from, the hardest part is having to decide between one ($6.50+), two ($10.40+), or three ($14+) scoops served in either a cup or cone.

Read our Van Leeuwen review.

Van Leeuwen Ice Cream
Google Reviews
3.7
(137)
Address
181 Orchard Rd, #01-19, Singapore 238896
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Van Leeuwen is not a halal-certified eatery.

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2. Burnt Cones


Burnt Cones - ice cream cafe in the west

Here’s one for Westies with late-night ice cream cravings: Burnt Cones lets you pick from three different cones ($1) when you get a scoop of ice cream: Light, Medium, or Dark. We went with the buttery ‘Light’ cone during our visit, but if you’re a fan of bolder flavours, the ‘Dark’ cone might be right up your alley. Pair your cone with one of their 12 rotating flavours, including Pistachio ($6) and Ube ($5) AKA purple yam. If you decide to swing by during regular meal hours, be prepared to queue as the cafe can get rather packed!

Read our Burnt Cones review.

Website | Full list of outlets
Burnt Cones is not a halal-certified eatery but uses no pork or lard.

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3. Stretch by Unifive


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This next entry’s for East-siders with a sweet tooth! Introducing Stretch by Unifive, a halal-friendly cafe located just a five-minute walk from Kembangan MRT Station. They offer stretchy ice cream, also known as booza, a special type of ice cream that originated in the Middle East.

Indulge in a single ($4.90) scoop of their handcrafted ice cream, or opt for a double dose at $8.90. If you’re in the mood for premium flavours, give Rose Pistachio a try, or go for the Cookie Monster—a blue-tinged flavour topped with Oreo crumbs and house-made cookies.

Read our Stretch by Unifive review.

STRETCH by unifive
Google Reviews
2.6
(327)
Address
430 Changi Rd, Singapore 419872
Opening Hours:
Friday Open 24 Hours Show More Timings

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Stretch by Unifive is in the process of getting halal-certified.

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4. Hundred Acre Creamery


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For famous pandan waffles and chrysanthemum honey ice cream, look no further than Hundred Acre Creamery. If the name rings a bell, that’s because the cafe draws inspiration from Winnie The Pooh’s home, Hundred Acre Wood, which is reflected in its cosy ambience and charming decor. Their most popular item is the chewy Coconut Pandan Waffle ($7), which pairs well with a scoop of Chrysanthemum Honey ($5.50) ice cream. For something lighter on the palate, try the vegan-friendly Ispahan Sorbet ($4.50) instead, which sees a refreshing blend of raspberry, rose, and lychee.

Read our Hundred Acre Creamery review.

Hundred Acre Creamery | Crafted Gelato & Desserts
Google Reviews
4.8
(492)
Address
109 Clementi Street 11, #01-37, Singapore 120109
Opening Hours:
Friday 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM Show More Timings
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Hundred Acre Creamery is not a halal-certified eatery. 

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5. Apiary


Apiary ice cream - blue milk
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In the abundant realm of Singapore’s ice cream cafes, few names have managed to endure the market’s saturation quite like Apiary. They’ve been around since 2016 and even got a nod from the Financial Times as one of the world’s top ice cream spots! Now they’ve got not one, but two more outlets—one in Joo Chiat and another in Ang Mo Kio. Among their standout offerings, the Black Sesame ($5) ice cream is a crowd favourite. Infused with the nutty allure of roasted black sesame and a touch of sweetness, it pairs perfectly with their Brown Butter Waffles ($8).

Read our list of best Apiary ice cream flavours.

Website | Full list of outlets
Apiary is not a halal-certified eatery. 

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6. Creamier


creamier ice cream
Image credit: @creamier_sg

We’re huge fans of Creamier’s Belgian-style Waffles ($7.50), especially when teamed up with best-selling ice cream flavours such as Roasted Pistachio, Blue Pea Vanilla, and Earl Grey Lavender. Here’s the pricing: standard flavours kick off at $4.30 for a solo scoop, while premium flavours cost an extra $1. You can even snag a pint to go for a midnight treat in the comfort of your own home. Pint prices start from $13.90 for standard flavours.

Website | Full list of outlets
Creamier is not a halal-certified eatery.


7. Hey Sugar


Hey Sugar
Image credit: Hey Sugar

Channel your inner Barbie here at Hey Sugar, a pretty-in-pink cafe with Instagram-worthy Cotton Candy Bubblegum and Blueberry Yogurt ice cream flavours. If you’re looking for a good deal, opt for their Single Scoop Ice Cream Set ($9.90), which includes one ice cream flavour paired with your choice of waffles: Plain, Charcoal, or Red Velvet. The set also comes with a refreshing glass of Ice Brewed Shaken Tea.

HEY SUGAR
Google Reviews
4.3
(575)
Address
818 Choa Chu Kang Ave 1, #01-06, Singapore 680818
Opening Hours:
Friday 01:00 PM - 10:30 PM Show More Timings

Website
Hey Sugar is not a halal-certified eatery.


8. Obsessive Chocolat Desire Cafe


Late Night Desserts - OCD cafe

Obsessive Chocolat Desire Cafe specialises in chocolate desserts, including their selection of chocolate ice cream in different cocoa percentages. Whether your preference leans towards semi-sweet milk chocolate or bittersweet cocoa, you’ll be spoilt for choice with their offerings, including interesting waffle flavours such as Black Sesame ($5) and Truffle ($5). Top this with a scoop of your chosen ice cream, priced at $4.

Obsessive Chocolat Desire (OCD) Ice Cream Cafe
Google Reviews
4.4
(366)
Address
114 Jln Besar, Singapore 208834
Opening Hours:
Friday 12:00 PM - 11:30 PM Show More Timings

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Obsessive Chocolat Desire Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.


9. The Better Scoop


the better scoop - flat lay

Here at The Better Scoop, you get a range of imaginative ice cream flavours, including the unique Black Sesame Soy Milk ($4.70) and Hoegarden Rose ($4.70). The former has a distinct nuttiness, while the latter has a kick of alcohol and is perfumed with flowery notes. During our visit, we tried their Nian Gao Waffles ($6.80), and fell in love with its distinct chewiness and toffee-like sweetness.

Read our The Better Scoop review.

The Better Scoop
Google Reviews
4.2
(396)
Address
264 Serangoon Central, #01-203, Singapore 550264
Opening Hours:
Friday 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM Show More Timings

Website
The Better Scoop is not a halal-certified eatery.

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10. AM:PM Cafe


am pm cafe pandan delight

For addictive ice cream and soft serve on egglets, head over to AM:PM Cafe at Ang Mo Kio. Here, you can customise your own dessert by choosing a waffle (from $9), and topping it with an ice cream flavour of your choice, priced at $4.50 per scoop. They’ve also got a delectable dessert called Pandan Delight ($12.50), consisting of a pandan egglet waffle, luscious coconut soft serve, nato de coco, green sago, desiccated coconut, and gula melaka.

The cafe is also open till midnight from Friday to Sunday!

Read our AM:PM cafe review.

AM:PM CAFE
Google Reviews
4.7
(366)
Address
529 Ang Mo Kio Ave 10, #01-2365, Singapore 560529
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AM:PM Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery but uses no pork or lard.

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11. Icebar


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Decked out in vibrant neon signages, Icebar stands as a captivating late-night dessert spot nestled within Hougang Green Shopping Mall. Their waffle selection consists of Original ($5.50), Charcoal ($6.80), and Coffee ($6.80) variations, each accompanied by a generous drizzle of syrup. Gelato flavours start from $4.50 for a single scoop, with their Tie Guan Yin being a fan favourite.

Check out our Icebar review!

Google Reviews
4.5
(464)
Address
21 Hougang St 51, #02-14, Singapore 538719
Opening Hours:
Friday 06:00 PM - 02:00 AM Show More Timings
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Icebar is not a halal-certified eatery.

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12. Lickers


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Image credit: @howy.jpg

Heartlanders can fix their sweet tooth cravings here at Lickers, where a single scoop of ice cream goes for $3.90, and a double scoop for $6.90. Their most popular flavours are the Honey Comb and Speculoos; alternatively, you can top up $0.80 for the floral Oolong Lavender or zesty Cranberry Citrusy. If you’re pairing your ice cream with a waffle, go for their set, priced at $8.

Website | Full list of outlets
Lickers is not a halal-certified eatery.


13. Wonders


Wonders - logo with ice creamImage credit: @gooijourney

Wonders cafe is the ice cream spot for mahjong lovers everywhere. The cafe’s logo cleverly incorporates a 13th stroke above the letter “W,” symbolising the coveted mahjong hand “13 Wonders”. Stepping inside, you’re greeted by the auspicious Chinese character 發 (fā), representing prosperity, displayed prominently on a circular signboard. Even their ice cream is named after mahjong terms, such as the 红中 (hóng zhōng) Strawberry Cheesecake flavour. Other innovative flavours include Chrysanthemum, Honey, and Cacao Nibs, humorously referred to as 花上 (huā shàng) after the game’s flower tile draw.

Prices for their ice cream start from $4.20 for a single scoop.

Check out our Wonders review.

Wonders
Google Reviews
4.5
(231)
Address
128 Ang Mo Kio Ave 3, #01-1867, Singapore 560128
Opening Hours:
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Wonders is not a halal-certified eatery.

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14. Dopa


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Satisfy your sweet cravings at Dopa Dopa Creamery’s second outlet, Dopa, located at Tanjong Pagar Plaza. The cafe is famous for their nut-based gelato flavours such as pistachio, macadamia, and hazelnut. Single scoops are priced at $5, while double scoops are available for $9. Premium flavours carry an extra $1 charge. We recommend their house-roasted Macadamia ($6) flavour, as well as the delicious Maple Pecan ($6), which has subtle hints of vanilla.

Check out our Dopa review.

DOPA
Google Reviews
4.1
(179)
Address
7 Tanjong Pagar Plz, #01-107, Singapore 081007
Opening Hours:
Friday 12:00 PM - 10:30 PM Show More Timings

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Dopa is not a halal-certified eatery.

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15. The Humble Scoop


the humble scoop

For locally inspired ice cream flavours such as Pulut Hitam and Kopi C Siew Dai, head over to The Humble Scoop. Try the Orh-Bee-Good ($4), a pulut hitam-inspired flavour with QQ black glutinous rice for texture, or the In-Kueh-Dible ($4), a salted coconut and gula melaka ice cream. Plus, The Humble Scoop’s ice cream is said to be lower in sugar than your usual scoop, so you can indulge without feeling too guilty!

Check out our The Humble Scoop review.

The Humble Scoop
Google Reviews
4.8
(261)
Address
865 Mountbatten Road B1-92, Katong Shopping Centre, Singapore 437844
Opening Hours:
Friday 12:00 PM - 09:30 PM Show More Timings
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The Humble Scoop is not a halal-certified eatery. 

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16. Inside Scoop


inside scoop flavours
Image credit: @insidescoopsg

When popular Malaysian dessert chain Inside Scoop made their Singapore debut in 2021, dessert fans flocked to their cafe for a taste of their yummy artisanal ice cream. Their Kampong Glam outlet is bedecked in vibrant shades of yellow and neon-lit quotes. It even has an Instagrammable garden swing, which sets the stage for the brand’s diverse ice cream selection. A single scoop is priced at $4.80, while premium flavours require an additional charge of $1. You can’t go wrong with their Marbled Black Sesame and Lucky Pistachio flavours, comprising a mix of milk and pistachio ice creams, mixed in with crepe biscuits and the namesake nuts.

Inside Scoop
Google Reviews
4.3
(297)
Address
Halal
779 North Bridge Rd, Singapore 198747
Opening Hours:
Friday 12:30 PM - 11:00 PM Show More Timings
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Inside Scoop is a halal-certified eatery.


17. Kind Kones


12 New Restaurants June - Kind Kones

For unfortunate souls grappling with lactose intolerance, solace can be found in the offerings of Kind Kones, a vegan ice cream haven. The ice cream bar only uses natural and fresh components, resulting in dairy-free, soy-free, and preservative-free ice cream. Their diverse menu showcases an array of flavours, including Pandan Gula Melaka and Keto Avocado Coconut, the latter being a healthier ice cream alternative. Prices for a single scoop start at $5.90.

Check out our Kind Kones review.

Website | Full list of outlets
Kind Kones is not a halal-certified eatery, but is dairy- and egg-free.

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18. The Daily Scoop


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I fondly recall my student days, when heading to The Daily Scoop with my friends for a study session was a regular ritual. As one of Singapore’s earliest homegrown ice cream chains, it has stood witness to this tradition. Since then, the shop has moved beyond conventional flavours to offer more adventurous offerings, including their popular Chendol and Mao Shan Wang ice cream. If you’re a fan of bandung, don’t miss out on the Rosy Cloud—a delightful fusion of creamy, rich bandung ice cream and mini marshmallows.

Website | Full list of locations
The Daily Scoop is not a halal-certified eatery.


19. FATCAT Ice Cream Bar


FATCAT Ice Cream Bar
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When it comes to unconventional ice cream and waffle combinations, few places surpass the offerings at FATCAT Ice Cream Bar. Give the Charcoal Waffles ($6.50) with Butterbeer Ice Cream ($5) a shot, and for an extra $1, top it off with a drizzle of liu sha (salted egg yolk) sauce. You can also try their decadent Brown Butter Waffle ($5.50), served with salted caramel sauce, chocolate sauce, and a sprinkle of dried lavender.

FATCAT Ice Cream & Coffee Boutique
Google Reviews
4.3
(183)
Address
15 Simon Rd, Singapore 545907
Opening Hours:
Friday 01:00 PM - 11:00 PM Show More Timings

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FATCAT Ice Cream Bar is not a halal-certified eatery.


20. Sunday Folks


Sunday Folks
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Sunday Folks handmakes limited quantities of soft-serve ice cream each morning to accompany their freshly prepared waffles. Their classic Sunday Folks’ plate ($11.90) promises an Instagram-worthy shot, featuring a duo of square Belgian waffles crowned with a luscious swirl of velvety soft serve. This, paired with their Earl Grey Lavender ice cream, will definitely leave your sweet tooth satisfied.

Website | Full list of locations
Sunday Folks is not a halal-certified eatery.


21. Shrove Tuesday


Shrove Tuesday
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This charming cafe in Toa Payoh is named after National Pancake Day, AKA Shrove Tuesday. Order a serving of their airy and crispy signature plain waffles, and pair it with two scoops of ice cream for just $10. You can also explore their unique ice cream waffles, such as Nonya Chendol ($14.90), which sees gula melaka gelato sitting atop a pandan waffle, crowned with azuki red beans, chendol jelly strands, and a sprinkle of coconut flakes.

Shrove Tuesday
Google Reviews
3.7
(411)
Address
94 Lor 4 Toa Payoh, #01-32, Singapore 310094
Opening Hours:
Friday 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM Show More Timings
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Shrove Tuesday is not a halal-certified eatery.


22. Around Cafe


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If you’re into trendy glasshouse cafes, pop by the gorgeous Around Cafe, located on the compound of a Tampines condominium complex. The creamery opens till 2am daily, making them a popular supper spot for Easties who crave their thick, cakey waffles. If you really want to treat yourself, order the Around Set II ($15), which gets you one waffle with two classic ice cream scoops. We recommend getting their Hazelnut Rocher and Strawberry Cheesecake flavours, the latter starring a creamy cheesiness and a fruity tang.

Read our Around Cafe review.

Around Cafe
Google Reviews
4
(629)
Address
117 Tampines Street 86, The Alps Residences, Singapore 528538
Opening Hours:
Friday 11:00 AM - 02:00 AM Show More Timings
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Around Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery but uses no pork or lard.

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23. La Creamery


La creamery singapore
Image credit: La Creamery SG

Located in Chai Chee, La Creamery brings affordable ice cream and waffles to the Bedok heartlands. With prices starting at just $3.80, their ice cream selection features intriguing flavours including Lychee Raspberry Rose, Osmanthus Jasmine, White Chrysanthemum, and Earl Grey Lavender. For an extra $1, you can get a premium flavour, such as Mao Shan Wang, which is available during the durian season. The creamery is known for their Pu-erh ($5) waffles too, a fragrant, tea-infused waffle that’s delightfully chewy on the inside.

Google Reviews
4.1
(122)
Address
55 Chai Chee Dr, #01-192, Singapore 460055
Opening Hours:
Friday 12:30 PM - 01:00 AM Show More Timings
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La Creamery is not a halal-certified eatery.


24. 2nd Serving


2nd serving - ice cream flavours

You may have seen videos of 2nd Serving circulating on Tiktok—this hidden gem is concealed behind a vending machine door near Buona Vista MRT Station! Push through and you’ll find yourself in a pink cafe with a variety of gelato going for $4.50 a scoop. The cafe stands out with their tea-based flavours such as Tie Guan Ying and Pu Er, alongside their famous Brownie Mochie Waffle ($8)—an indulgent treat for chocolate enthusiasts.

Read our 2nd Serving review.

2nd Serving: Artisan Gelato & Tea
Google Reviews
4.2
(146)
Address
41 Holland Dr, #01-07, Singapore 270041
Opening Hours:
Friday 12:00 PM - 05:30 PM Show More Timings

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2nd Serving is not a halal-certified eatery.

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25. MADLYGOOD


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For creative wafflewiches, head over to MADLYGOOD and spoil yourself with their enticing offerings such as Muddy Chocolate ($15.50) and Pistachio Creme Waffles ($16.50). The former comprises chocolate buttermilk waffles sprinkled with chocolate flakes and topped with an Oreo cookie, while the latter sees buttermilk waffles slathered with pistachio cream and pistachio kernels. Top your waffles with a scoop of Earl Grey ice cream or Raspberry sorbet, priced at $4.50 a scoop.

Read our MADLYGOOD review.

Website | Full list of locations
MADLYGOOD is not a halal-certified eatery.

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26. Yole Cafe


Yole Cafe - flatlay

Embracing the tropical beach vibe is Yole Cafe, which is just a short stroll away from Chinatown MRT Station. Amidst its minimalist ambience, you’ll discover an array of sweet treats from classic froyos to ice cream, with flavours such as Peanut Butter, Lotus Cookies, and Pistachio. Each scoop comes with your choice of two toppings. You can also choose to have your ice cream in the form of an Affogato ($5.50+), in a Cone ($8.80+), or a Waffle Bowl ($9.90+).

Read our Yole Cafe review.

Yolé Cafe
Google Reviews
4.9
(1,790)
Address
Pagoda St, #30, Singapore 059189
Opening Hours:
Friday 11:00 AM - 10:00 PM Show More Timings

Website
Yole Cafe is not a halal-certified eatery.

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27. Butterspace Bakery


butterspace bakery - cookie sandwich

Butterspace Bakery is all about sinful ice cream cookie sandwiches and waffles. Plus, they open until 2am daily, ensuring Easties can indulge in sugary delights even after midnight. Opt for the Cookie Sandwich ($8.50), which allows you to customise your cookie with a choice of one ice cream scoop, along with toppings and a drizzle of sauce. For something refreshing, consider their Grape Yakult ($4.30) ice cream, or go for their highly raved Horlicks ($3.50) flavour for some sweet, malty goodness.

Butter Space
Google Reviews
4.3
(122)
Address
55 Chai Chee Dr, #01-198, Singapore 460055
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Butterspace Bakery is not a halal-certified eatery.


28. Kooks Creamery


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This well-loved ice cream cafe has numerous outlets across Singapore, but we’ve got a soft spot for their Bedok branch, which opens till 1am on Fridays and Saturdays! Kooks Creamery Bedok also has outlet-exclusive treats, including ice cream lattes and ice cream yoghurt. A single scoop of ice cream costs $4.30, while a double scoop goes for $7.50. There’s also the Pink Ruby Chocolate Lava Cookie ($11.80), consisting of a scoop of ice cream resting atop a crumbly ruby chocolate cookie. On our visit, we had this with the Blue Chai Hokkaido Milk Ice Cream, which complemented the cookie’s gentle sweetness with its milky undertones.

Read our Kooks Creamery review.

KOOKS Creamery
Google Reviews
4.2
(124)
Address
218 Bedok North Street 1, #01-19, Singapore 460218
Opening Hours:
Friday 12:00 PM - 01:00 AM Show More Timings
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Kooks Creamery is not a halal-certified eatery, but does not use pork, lard, or alcohol.

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29. Softhaus


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Founded by celebrity pastry chef Janice Wong, Softhaus serves keto and vegan-friendly ice cream so you can feast without feeling too guilty. The cafe offers over 15 different ice cream flavours, as well as a selection of 20 different toppings such as speculoos and popcorn. Among their standout offerings, the keto-friendly Milk Tea and the Mango Banana Passionfruit Sorbet have garnered significant popularity. A single scoop will set you back $6, while premium offerings require an additional cost of $1.

Read our Softhaus review.

Softhaus
Google Reviews
3.3
(38)
Address
1 Kim Seng Promenade, #B1, K135 Great World, Singapore 237994
Opening Hours:
Friday 11:30 AM - 10:00 PM Show More Timings
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Softhaus is not a halal-certified eatery.

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30. Sugartown


sugartown
Image credit: @sugartown.sg

Located near Kandaloor LRT Station in Punggol, Sugartown offers one of the more affordable ice creams on this list, priced at just $3.80 per scoop. Their Mascarpone Basil and Italian White Truffle flavours are a must-try, the latter comprising actual truffle shavings. The cafe’s waffles are also not to be missed, and come in Single ($3.50) or Double ($6.50) portions. We’ve heard good things about their fragrant charcoal waffles too, so do give ‘em a try while you’re there!

Sugartown Cafe
Google Reviews
4.6
(135)
Address
658 Punggol E, #01-08, Singapore 820658
Opening Hours:
Friday 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM Show More Timings

Website
Sugartown is not a halal-certified eatery.


31. Tom’s Palette


Tom's Palette ice cream flavours
Image credit: Tom’s Palette

If you consider yourself an adventurous foodie, check out Tom’s Palette, located at Middle Road. The creamery is known for their Asian-inspired creations, featuring ice cream flavours such as Mango Sticky Rice, Ang Moh Carrot Cake and even Nasi Lemak! They’ve also got customisable Milkshakes ($9), which come with your choice of two ice cream flavours, blended with full-cream milk

Tom’s Palette
Google Reviews
4.6
(897)
Address
51 Middle Rd, #01-01, Singapore 188959
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Tom’s Palette is not a halal-certified eatery.


32. Three’s A Crowd


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Nestled under a HDB block in Tampines is Three’s A Crowd, a humble cafe that’s been around since 2017. Easties rave about their Horlicks Waffle ($9.80), consisting of crispy “churros” waffles topped with a scoop of vanilla bean ice cream, drizzled with caramel sauce and cornflakes. Otherwise, try their popular S’mores Brownie ($8), which comes with a scoop of rainbow-coloured Unicorn Pop ice cream.

Check out our Three’s A Crowd review.

Three’s A Crowd
Google Reviews
4.2
(734)
Address
Halal
802 Tampines Ave 4, #01-11, Singapore 520802
Opening Hours:
Friday 11:00 AM - 11:00 PM Show More Timings
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Three’s A Crowd is a halal-certified eatery.

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33. Ri Ri Cha


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Image credit: @itstheben.eats

Ri Ri Cha, founded by the folks behind The Better Scoop, sets itself apart by focusing on Asian-inspired ice cream flavours. If you can only order one item, that’ll have to be the Nian Gao Waffle with Two Scoops ($15.80)—sticky rice cake waffles with a subtle sweetness highlighted by hints of brown sugar. The ice cream line-up features tea-centric flavours, such as Osmanthus Oolong, Lychee Black Tea, and Matcha Butterfly Pea Soy. A single scoop will set you back $5.50.

Read our Ri Ri Cha review.

日日茶 Ri Ri Cha
Google Reviews
4.1
(199)
Address
24 Sago St, Singapore 059020
Opening Hours:
Friday 12:00 PM - 10:00 PM Show More Timings

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Ri Ri Cha is not a halal-certified eatery.

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34. Oh My Cow


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If you work near Marina Square, Oh My Cow is a great place to satisfy your dessert cravings. During our visit, we tried their Love Letter Ice Cream Waffle set ($16), which saw a love letter-inspired waffle crowned with two scoops of ice cream. We had the earthy Black Sesame and nostalgic Soya Bean with Dough Fritters, AKA dou jiang you tiao. Their Ice Cream Molten Lava ($12) is also worth a try, comprising a warm chocolate lava cake accompanied by a scoop of ice cream.

Check out our Oh My Cow review.

Oh My Cow
Google Reviews
4.2
(49)
Address
6 Raffles Blvd, #02-280 Marina Square, Singapore 039594
Opening Hours:
Friday 11:30 AM - 10:00 PM Show More Timings
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Oh My Cow is not a halal-certified eatery.

This Cafe Has Soya Bean You Tiao Ice Cream, Love Letter Waffles And More In Marina Square


35. Cold Flings


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At Cold Flings, a single scoop of ice cream starts at $4.50, and you can add on a Butter or Pandan waffle for $7. For something sinful and rich, go for the Chocolate Indulgence, made with collagen and probiotics, or try the Blue Pea Sea Salt, which is not too sweet with light floral notes. They’ve also got premium flavours, priced at $5.50 per scoop, such as Green Apple Yakult. This one strikes a delightful balance between sweet and sour notes, making it a popular choice, especially among the little ones.

Cold Flings
Google Reviews
4
(170)
Address
21 Fernvale Road, #01-05 High Park Residences, Singapore 797637
Opening Hours:
Friday 06:00 PM - 02:00 AM Show More Timings
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Cold Flings is not a halal-certified eatery.


Where to find the best ice cream in Singapore


From the heart of the CBD to quaint neighbourhoods, Singapore’s ice cream scene offers an array of options for every palate. Whether you’re seeking innovative flavours that challenge the taste buds or indulgent classics that bring back fond memories, this list of 35 top ice cream cafes has something for everyone.

For more dessert places to check out, have a look at our late-night dessert cafes food guide. If you prefer enjoying desserts from the comfort of your own home, read our dessert box delivery services guide.

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