44 Owen Road
Singapore 210044

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12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 12:00am

12:00pm - 11:00pm


12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

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Local flavours gelato from @doegelato.sg !

Dropped a visit to this place as we were in Novena area. They serve pretty unique singapore gelato flavours like this Shan Zha and lemon puffs! Pretty interesting and unique! Between the two, i preferred the lemon puff flavour! Though i grew up eating Shan Zha, this gelato version took me some time to get accustomed to. I like that the gelato had bites of the shan zha and lemon puff biscuit in it to have more bite to it.

At Days of Elijah Gelato, every gelato is handcrafted with the freshest ingredients to ensure premium quality always. Inspired by the local sweet treats of the 70s and 80s, their flavours ($4 for a single scoop, $7.50 for a double scoop) such as the Pulut Hitam, Pandan Kaya, and Haw Ah will surely invoke some form of nostalgia when you sample them.


Didn’t manage to take a photo of the food because the waffle smelled so good that we gobbled it up before we remembered 🫢

Waffles were fresh and fluffy, and the gelato was great. Lemon puff and Speculoos were our favourite flavours, while Lychee was very refreshing! Overall, everything was not too sweet, which was perfect. Would definitely come back again for the unique flavours and excellent ambience 👍


Hidden gem in Farrer Park area, we enjoyed the pulut hitam and speculoos gelato, the latter being their bestseller. We ordered a waffle to go along and the combo was heavenly! Will be back to try the black sesame flavor which unfortunately was not available when we visited. The ambience is nice and relaxed, great for chit chat or hangout 🍨


Burpple 1-for-1 deal is at Days of Elijah! Paid only $5 for 2 premium gelatos! Great flavours!


interesting choices found in this gelato shop.

we went with the safer choices of cookies and cream and speculoos and a slightly more adventurous kong guan lemon biscuit flavour. all the flavours were great and went really well with the waffles

waffles was crispy and fluffy but didn’t really have a buttery taste.

the walls were also adorned with portraits from the past, allowing one to reminisce the good ol days

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