84 Neil Road
Singapore 088844

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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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I’ve always been a solid fan of Apiary for their fragrant, crispy waffles and quality ice cream. As usual, this time doesn’t disappoint.

I picked out one of my favourite flavours, Earl Grey, while my friend chose The Apiary, which was part of the popular choices. The Earl Grey ice cream here is significantly better than those in other establishments - it’s much creamier, with more obvious Earl Grey taste. We both agreed that Earl Grey was also better than the popular The Apiary, which main notes were honey and cacao nibs that added a favourable crunch and texture.

As a rule of thumb, I do prefer flavours like Matcha and Earl Grey over their popular flavour like Blue Milk as their depth in flavour is different. Go for the popular ones if you prefer lighter flavours though.

Note that the ice cream these days melts more quickly than a while back, so eat that ice cream fast!

Not a huge fan of ice cream but I did enjoy the sweet and saltiness of blue milk. Rum and raisin was strong enough as well.

But what stole me away was the gryphon tea that I enjoyed more than I expected to

My friend and I decided to forgo a normal dinner and decided to have ice cream and waffle instead. My friend ordered lavender and pistachios ice cream with charcoal waffle while I got blue milk and matcha with buttermilk waffle. The waffle is thicker than I expect hence good as a dinner replacement. My friend's lavender really taste like the air freshener you usually smell and feels funny on the platte. The rest of the ice cream is generally good. I don't mind coming again for such nice dessert place and nice cosy environment to relax only non peak hour.

umbled upon this humble ice cream shop Apiary. It's usually really crowded and the queue is super long(about 1hr30min wait) from 7pm onwards so I don't want to queue. However, I was nearby in the afternoon and decided to give it go!

Its cosy ambience makes me want to stay immediately. I ordered a charcoal waffle (6.50) and 2 scoops of ice cream, hojicha and apiary.
The waffle is really flavourful and is of a decent size. However, its a bit dense compared to other ice cream cafes.

The hojicha flavour was really good. The creamy texture of the ice cream and strong tea flavour really complements each other. However this is on the exp side of $6 a scoop being ultra premium flavour.

The Apiary flavour was good as well! Not being to sweet and mixed with hazelnuts just makes you want to eat on more! ($4.80)
Overall this place is worth coming back again. Just try to avoid the long queues at peak periods!

Dark chocolate, blue milk, apiary, ferrero rocher.

Favourite was dark chocolate. The rest were too sweet for me. I used to like blue milk but I find it too sweet and not salty at all today.

Average tasting ice cream. Unlikely to return.

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🍴Charcoal Waffle ($6.50) with Apiary ($4.70) and Caramelised Strawberry ($4.20)
⭐️ 8/10
Apiary (noun): a place where bees are kept — so you can be sure I had an extremely sweet time there! Especially after dinner, it's a great place to chill with some lovely dessert, a relaxed atmosphere and friendly, responsible staff.
I really loved their charcoal waffle, which was chewy on the inside, crispy on the outside and not overly dense. Apart from a lightly smoky, earthy flavour, the charcoal waffle is mostly #forthegram for a slight 50 cents top-up from their regular waffles. I loved their Caramelised Strawberry, which was creamy and smooth with a generous serving of real strawberry bits. The intensity of the strawberry flavour was just spot-on, without being too subtle nor overwhelmingly sweet.
We also decided to go for their Apiary since it's named after the cafe (or the other way around??) — it's honey-infused ice cream with cacao nibs. I felt this was a pretty unique option and enjoyed how the cacao nibs gave a new element of texture to each bite, and appreciated the strong honey taste.