5 Amazingly Unique Ice Cream Flavors In Singapore

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I have to admit! I am quite adventurous when it comes to food. My openness towards food extends to the different flavors of ice cream. Who does not love this cold treat, anyway? If you share the same enthusiasm as I do with ice cream, you may want to try these unusual flavors.

Get your palates ready! 🙂


Close your eyes and visualize the potent taste of Chili Crab. Now, picture it in ice cream form. It sounds interesting, to say the least!

Mingle Mangle offers a single scoop of Chili Crab ice cream for S$4.80 and a double scoop for S$8.40. These prices are reasonable given its purpose of novelty. Much like the local dish that it is based on, the ice cream version oozes with spiciness. It is a gradual kick that will be felt as you bite. You may want to purchase a sweet drink to wash out the spicy taste.

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Location: Mingle Mangle, 476 Upper Serangoon View, #02-07, Singapore 530476
Website: minglemangle.com.sg


There is no greater joy than hearing your childhood candy transformed into a cold treat! I am talking about the limited edition White Rabbit-flavored ice cream at Sunday Folks.

On the quiet corner of a neighborhood, this local cafe put a spin on the classic candy by mixing a milk-flavored ice cream with milk mochi, milk-caramel sauce, and a sheet of the iconic glutinous rice paper. This nostalgic ice cream is available in cup or cone version for S$9.

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Remember, this flavor is available for a limited time only. Get it while you can!

Location: Sunday Folks, 44 Jalan Merah Saga, Chip Bee Gardens #01-52, Singapore 278116
Website: facebook.com/sundayfolks.singapore


Take spiciness to a whole new level by tasting the Chilli Choc ice cream at The Daily Scoop! You read that right. Served with a whole chili on the top of the scoop, this ice cream may seem intimidating at first. Who am I kidding? It is not for the fainthearted!

Feel the heat at first lick and indulge on the dark chocolate ice cream soon after. As the website describes: “count to 10 and feel the burn”. A 400g takeaway tub of the Chilli Choc retails for about S$12.50 online. In its physical store, look for it under the “Fun Kyreations” section.

Location: Four locations islandwide including – 369 Sembawang Road, #01-05 Sembawang Cottage, Singapore 758382
Website: thedailyscoop.com.sg


Many Singaporeans enjoy eating their ice cream with bread. Personally speaking, the affordable ice cream sandwiches found on the streets can satisfy my hunger any day! As such, I am certain that the Ice Cream Chefs’ Kaya Lotee is a winner to most. Kaya Lotee ice cream consists of premium Pandan kaya and toasted bread chunks.

The perfect mixture of sweet and crunchy makes for a best-selling ice cream flavor. It retails for only S$3.80. What I like most about Ice Cream Chefs is its dedication to the gourmet freshness and the old-school quality ice cream.

Location: 12 Jalan Kuras, Ice Cream Chefs, Singapore 577727
Website: icecreamchefs.com


Salted egg yolk has taken the world by storm! There are interesting variations of this ingredient such as the salted egg yolk chicken, salted egg yolk crab, salted egg yolk pasta, and salted egg yolk chips. Salted egg yolk chips was made popular by the local brand called Irvins. Its popularity was proven by its growing international presence. In Chinese cuisine, salted egg yolk exists in moon cakes, rice dumplings, and other pastries. Fortunately for us, Tom’s Palette offers Salted Egg Yolk ice cream all day and everyday!

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Tom’s Palette is a homemade ice cream shop that has been creating creative ice cream flavors since 2005. Its Salted Egg Yolk ice cream has a grainy texture that you may not resist. Another flavor that is sinfully good is the Parmesan Cheese & Cream Crackers. Made with Parmigiano-Reggiano cheese, this ice cream boasts both a savory and a sweet taste. These flavors cost about S$4.

Location: Tom’s Palette, Shaw Towers, #01-25, 100 Beach Rd, Singapore 189702
Website: facebook.com/TomsPalette

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