[CLOSED] Island Creamery (Serene Centre)

335 Wishlisted
* This place has closed :( Please try somewhere else. * Originally founded in Singapore by pioneer ice cream man, Stanley Kwok, in 2003. It is the first ice cream parlor in Singapore that produces freshly made premium ice cream featuring local flavors. *Unsliced whole cakes have to be ordered four days in advance

10 Jalan Serene
#01-03 Serene Centre
Singapore 258748

(open in Google Maps)








View Address & Details
Managing this business?
Use our tools to maintain your business info and view analytics to reach more customers.
Claim your page now for FREE

Top Dishes

What you should order based on community favourites

Shop vouchers

Enjoy dining without burning a hole in your pocket, no membership required


From the Burpple community

This dessert combination is one of my favourites: Warm and crusty Apple pie with a single scoop of my favourite cookie and cream ice-cream from Island Creamery. This is my feel-better therapy if I’m having a bad day. 😌

Not one who would usually walk into Island Creamery but was actually intrigued by the board placed outside the shop promoting this new flavour β€” the Singapore Milk is an ice-cream churned with milk that is obtained from cows from a farm in Singapore (yes, we have cow farms in Singapore). The milkiness is evident here; perhaps even richer than usual; the flavour seems to bring out the intended flavours really well. Texture-wise, the ice-cream was a tad icy with hard lumps in between β€” still, a pretty decent flavour to go for if you are curious on how Singapore Milk would taste like since it's a pretty unique offering.


Apple pies are my weakness: Warm, cinnamon-y apples in a flaky buttery pie crust, accompanied with a scoop of my favourite cookie and cream ice cream from Island Creamery. The cold and hot combination is the perfect complement for each other. It was reasonably priced as well ($6.50), and there were actually a variety of other desserts that were really tempting: Waffles, Baked Alaska and the popular Dark Chocolate Lava Cake. One of my favourite ice-cream joints in Singapore!


Think of Dark Chocolate Lava and you will probably associate it with hot fudge flowing out from the heart of the cake. Well, not really this version here which they sell at S$6.50. What they have, instead, is half a cup of moist molten dark chocolate cake paired with a scoop of ice cream of any flavour.

So I went for their Burnt Caramel ice cream, to get that bittersweet taste and a light buttery sugary fragrance. I think the combination is quite a good one, really. The serving is quite small though, so I don't recommend this for sharing.


The Baked Alaska is not a commonly found dessert in the streets of Singapore, but this one by Island Creamery is by far one of the nicer ones that I have had since a decade ago. Beneath the flambΓ©ed fluffy meringue lies a scoop of Very Berry ice cream, and the plate is also decorated with raspberry sauce. It gives having desserts in an ordinary ice cream shop a uplifting experience. And while you are there, try to see if you can spot your friends' photos on the shop's wall.


Waffle is deep pocketed and slightly chewy the way I like it. This is not for those who like crunchy waffles though. The ice cream I had (Burnt Caramel) is awesome too. As promised, it has a slightly burnt taste but somehow managed to escape being bitter. Sweetness level is just right too.
#freewifisg and #pokestop available too!
Island Creamery @ Serene Centre
10 Jalan Serene Serene Centre 01-03
+65 6468 8859
Sun to Thu: 11am to 10pm
Fri/Sat/PH Eve: 11am to 11pm