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Singapore Has A New Craving: Ice Cream Rolls & The 5 Places To Go

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Singapore has a new obsession and it comes in the form of decadent, melt-in-your-mouth rolls upon rolls of sweet ice cream. 365 days of hot, humid weather makes this icy joy the perfect treat for expats, according to OpenRice, Singapore.

We have our Thai neighbours to thank for this new wave of street food, now gaining popularity with the Singaporeans—especially in the wake of abundant Ramadan Bazaars.

Here’s 5 top ice cream roll pit stops to head on over to today, by OpenRice:

1. Happy Rollies

Happy Rollies

(Image: OpenRice Staff Wen Qing)

After gaining fame from its first stint at Geylang Serai Ramadan Bazaar, Happy Rollies continues its pop-ups in other pasar malams around the island with new-turned-regular customers tagging along. Try their newest flavours: Kinder Bueno and Thai Milk Tea, or go for popular combinations like Nutella with Banana and Oreo with Strawberry.

Catch them at the Jurong East bazaar till 31 Aug, before they hit up the Serangoon Central and Toa Payoh Central night markets next. We hear a physical store at The Hive in NTU is in the works! More information can be found on their Facebook page.

2. Go Frost

Go Frost(Image: Instagram user @nazerahtahir)

Previously housed in Wednesday CaféGo Frost now operates from a pushcart next to Al-Azhar Coffeeshop in Tampines. Local flavour combinations like Teh Tarik Milo, Bandung and Golden Horlicks aside, they also whip up Salted Caramel Frostrolls (as they call it) – made with a salted caramel base topped with biscuit crumbs. Each cup is priced between $4 to $5, depending on your chosen flavour and topping.

Got a wedding or birthday party coming up? They’ll roll right along and cater for your event too.
Go Frost, 201D Tampines Street 21, Singapore 524201 

3. 21 CUBE Artisan Ice Cream

21CUBE Artisan Ice Cream(Image: OpenSnap user siewnah03)

The most convenient of the lot, 21 CUBE Artisan Ice Cream, is located in *SCAPE and has been garnering snaking queues ever since it opened on 30 Jul.

Here, the pan-fried ice cream comes in flavours like matcha, yogurt and yakult. Mixers come in a whopping 20 variations – choose 1 for $4.90, 2 for $5.40 – for your customized combination. You won’t go wrong with a vanilla base topped with bits of Kinder Bueno and swirls of Nutella sauce.

21 CUBE Artisan Ice Cream, 2 Orchard Link #02-29, Singapore 237978

4. COyOrO

COyOrO(Image: COyOrO Facebook Page)

To the northerners, no one is leaving you out of this. COyOrO – short for Cool Yogurt Roll – is a haven for anyone in search for a cold treat. For refreshing flavours at its best, get the CoCoroyo, a creamy coconut flavoured combination of ice cream and yogurt best topped with cranberries or peanuts, or the Tropicalm that features a tropical fruit mix of kiwi and mangoes. Your order might come served in a coconut husk, depending on which you choose.

Note: Second outlet located in East Village, Upper Changi.

COyOrO, Sunplaza #B1-41, 30 Sembawang Drive, Singapore 757713

5. The Famous Ice-Cream Rolls Shop

The Famous Ice-Cream Rolls Shop

(Image: Facebook user Amy Tashiana)

Newest to feed the blossoming dessert obsession is The Famous Ice-Cream Rolls Shop found in Thomson V Two. The four-day-old halal café serves ice cream rolls at $5.90 a cup, with six flavours to choose from – Vanilla, ChocolateNutellaOreoMilo and M&M’s.

The Famous Ice-Cream Rolls Shop, Thomson V Two, 11 Sin Ming Road #01-12, Singapore 575629

What other cravings do you have in terms of dessert fixes? Share with us your favourite treats in the comment box below.

 Article Source: OpenRice, Singapore.

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