18 Raffles Quay
Food Folks @ Lau Pa Sat
Singapore 048582

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12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

01:30pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

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Gelato - Single Scoop - $4.80
Ordered their Lychee Raspberry gelato, added $1 to get the matching red Bundung cone. Both their gelato and cone are flavourful! A sweeter deal that it’s on burpple beyond
Creme & Cone

Located in the air-conditioned space at Lau Pa Sat, you will find this ice cream stall in Food Folks.

There’s also some seats inside which you could enjoy your ice cream in cooler space.

They are popular for their local flavour cones, such as the one I gotten; which is made from bandung.

Complete your pinky cone with lychee raspberry, as you can see from many of the posts here as well.

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Humble shop within Lau Pa Sat with local flavours inspired ice cream. Got 2 single scoop and it was creamy and yummy! Portion for single scoop is relative bigger than other places. Will definitely return to try other flavours if I am in the area. They have interesting flavoured cones too (e.g. milo, bandung, pandan) Used burpple beyond for 1-4-1 single scoop! $4.80 in total for two scoops.

Wanted to try the waffle pop but it wasn't available. Had Thai Milk Tea and Deep Dark Chocolate for our choice of flavours, a nice treat sweet after dinner!

Loved this scoop because of how light the sweetness of the lychee and raspberry flavours worked out. The sweetness from the lychee was pleasant and apparent, while the citrus nodes from the raspberry gave a bit of sourish element to the sweetness. Both elements of lychee and raspberry complemented one another very well. The texture was also creamy and slightly chewy - wouldn’t go wrong if they’d market themselves as gelato. Also, a generous single scoop given!


The pulut hitam flavour was thick and creamy, and actually pretty chewy/stretchy to the point they could market it as gelato. I liked how I could taste a bit of char in the glutinous rice flavour. However, at the same time, the coconut element in this scoop was evidently too overwhelming. I enjoyed this until the flavour became a bit too heavy with the strong coconut taste. Nonetheless, if you enjoy pulut hitam and don’t mind the overtly strong coconut, the flavour of glutinous rice in this dense scoop is strong and worth a try.