[CLOSED] Amos Perfect Gelato

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51 Upper Serangoon Road
#01-22 The Poiz Centre
Singapore 347697

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Pistachio ice cream that could rival Creamier imo. The nutty flavour was so pronounced and fragrant. Highly recommend!

Yuzu on the other hand was citrus-y as expected but a tad too sour for my liking. 😅

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The ice cream here is really thick and leaves an aftertaste of gelatin on your palate. Not my favourite but still good attempt for a new ice cream palour. Waffles were crispy and decent.

Had the waffle with pistachio and summerberries as well as a hojicha and honey lavender in cup form.

The best flavours are definitely the honey lavender if you're a tea aficionado, it is on the sweet side but the lavender shines through like a breath of fresh air. The pistachio with the waffle is really good and a must try. I was blown away with the first bite.

Nice chocolate+coffee flavours with the crunch of the nuts. Not overly sweet, too. Very worth-it with the 1-for-1 Beyond deal, just gotta pay an extra $1 for the premium flavours!

Find this quirky ice cream palour beside Potong Pasir MRT for au naturale handmade gelatos (from $3.60 per scoop). Pair the Original Waffle ($5) with the aromatic Hei Zhi Ma dotted with whole Japanese black sesame seeds for a delightful crunch. Other noteworthy flavours include the tangy Yuzu Kochi and the savoury, milky Couch Favourite peppered with housemade biscuits, potato chips, pretzels and Nestum.
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Conveniently located at The Poiz Centre, Amos Perfect Gelato is a new ice-cream parlour that is situated just a stone's throw away from Potong Pasir MRT Station. Offering ice-cream in both cups or with waffles, the flavours here are fairly well-executed; other noteworthy flavours include the Roasted Pistachio that is incredibly nutty and roasty.

The Vietnamese Coffee would do well with coffee lovers; a very rich and fragrant aroma that carried a punchy, bitter undertone, the flavour was undoubtedly aromatic and carried a distinct sweetness behind akin to that of Vietnamese Drip Coffee with Condensed Milk — slightly nutty and cocoa-like in its finish just like the real deal. A spot I would not mind visiting especially if I were to be passing by the area, and a place that residents would be glad to have in the neighbourhood!

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