29 South Bridge Road
Singapore 058665

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12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 11:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

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Home Roasted Pistachio was one of the best pistachio flavours ever with a strong nutty flavour! There's an additional one dollar for this premium flavour, but it's worth it.

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Current favourite ice cream place. The roasted pistachio is so so good - very thick and strong in flavour which is not easy to find. The matcha cheesecake is also good too. You can taste the matcha flavour and enjoy pieces of the cheesecake.
Would definitely return for the tub of pistachio. So worth the calories!

super nutty pistachio ice cream and i loveeee the sticky texture. but the hojicha flavour (at the bottom)
was a disappointment. i would have liked the roast to be stronger

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We ordered pistachio and ferrero ice cream with croissant! Would recommend the pistachio ice cream as the pistachio taste is strong and flavourful. Ferrero ice cream taste slightly watery and the flavour is not strong.

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If a fragrant slice of pandan cake were to take the form of ice cream, I think it would look and taste exactly like Dopa Dopa’s Coconut Pandan with Gula Melaka ($5, Single). Creamy, and oh so aromatic, the classic local-inspired treat hit all the right notes for me as the fragrance seems to linger in the mouth. It wasn’t too sweet or cloying. Though the caramel-like taste of the gula Melaka took more of a back seat here, the coconut milk base was infused perfectly and thoroughly with the natural flavours of the pandan leaf.

A little milder in flavour, the premium Matcha Cheesecake (Double $9, Premium +$1) was likewise none too sweet. Studded with their house-made cheesecake and cookie crumble, the matcha gelato base had a great earthy quality, a tad milky but not overly so. The bittersweetness of the tea was also distinct yet not decadent; helping to balance the richness of the chunky cake. Perfect for those that enjoy some varying textures in their gelato, the Matcha Cheesecake was quite delightful!

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Being a huge fan of pistachio, I was stoked to try out this place. The gelato here is home made. I went for the croissant ($5.30) with double scoop Pistachio and Hazelnut, ($4.70 per scoop).
I liked the consistency and creaminess of the gelato but I felt that the pistachio was a little underwhelming. It’s worth a try if you’re around the area!