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Salted Egg Yolk

$3.60 · 33 Reviews

Tom’s Palette has a rotation of 20+ ice cream flavours everyday, including the weird, wacky and wonderful like Ang Moh Carrot Cake Ice Cream, Salted Egg Ice Cream, Pipagao Ice Cream and more! Hahaha I think I would be open to trying a Singaporean Carrot Cake (the fried black/white hawker carrot cake) ice cream too!

Tom’s Palette will be moving out of Shaw Towers by March 31 2020, so hurry go and eat before they close! (They’ll be moving to a new location at Middle Road so lucky for us that we will still be able to enjoy delicious ice cream 🍦😋 )

Affordability Points: 2/3
Taste Points: 3/3
Food Quest Verdict: 2.5/3

Check out my YouTube video review here: https://youtu.be/WnK-h81Y6e0!


flavouRs were suPER unique! there’s like salted egg n other funK flavrs but we got the daRk choc soRbet, lychee, Apple piE n suM grandmas thing! THEY WERE ALL riCh n noice cepT for the grandmas thinG iZ q ok but aft awhile q eh, iZ an acquired taste :—) buT chill place (abit harD to finD dOE n onlY cash pAyment but duN worry~ goT atM NEARBy) will recommend!

Flavours from top to bottom: Granny's Favourite, Black Sesame, Salted Egg Yolk, Rum & Raisin. I liked Granny's favourite the best. Made with chocolate malt, cookie dough and chocolate chips, if you like milo / cookies & cream / cookie dough in general, you'll probably like this too!

Price: $5 for large cup

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Can’t emphasise enough how much I love Tom’s Palette’s innovative flavours. They have the coolest flavours like parmesan cheese and cream crackers (tastes more like cream cheese though), salted egg yolk (100% like the salted egg yolk in a mooncake) and other flavours that weren’t available when I went but sound very interesting, like white chocolate nori, and chee cheong fan.

I went for the following flavours: chocolate stout (alcoholic), yuzu, chai, and mocha macnut. My favourites were the chocolate stout and chai. The chocolate stout flavour tastes so alike to Royce’s alcoholic nama chocolates- the chocolate flavour is so rich and there’s a tinge of the stout which adds a bit of bitterness. There also isn’t an overwhelming alcoholic kick, so even if you don’t drink, it’s still very enjoyable. The chai flavour is really strong tasting, with a real spicy kick from the masala at the end. The yuzu flavour was not bad and tasted like a slightly creamy yuzu, although I felt that I could have been more sour, but that’s my personal preference. The mocha macnut was the least remarkable for me, but it had a decent coffee taste.

Apart from the funky flavours, the texture of the ice cream was also great- not icy and not overly creamy too. Totally gonna use up all my #burpplebeyond deals here. Plus, the location is quite convenient as it’s located in Shaw Towers, which is just a short walk from Esplanade mrt. I highly recommend the chocolate stout flavour!! Also, they have new flavours coming out all the time, so I’m definitely going to pay a visit soon to try their kueh bangit and kueh dadar flavours that they’ve developed for National Day.

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choice of 2 flavours in one cup! we got the pistachio+choc marello and salted caramel cheesecake+ granny’s favourite. many flavours to chose from with unique ones like salted egg yolk and pipagao. give it a try if u r nearby!

It is so worth it to get 1-for-1 ice cream at this shop. Shared this deal with my friend and each of us only had to pay $2.50. Good deal! Even better when there are interesting ice cream flavours for you to choose from. The salted egg ice cream is always a must-try and must-order for me, but this time round i decided to try something different. Chanced upon new flavours and decided to try them - white chocolate nori and parmesan cheese. Glad to say I have found my 2nd favourite flavour (white chocolate nori) which was like seaweed ice cream with white chocolate bits. So so good!

A few different deals available on Burpple Beyond at Tom’s Palette including 1-for-1 4oz cup, waffles and double scoop and a takeaway tub (750ml). We originally wanted the waffles and double scoop deal but we arrived just when they opened at 1pm on Sunday and were informed that the waffles weren’t ready yet, so we settled for the 4oz cup instead.

We were excited by how many interesting and unique flavours Tom’s Palette had to offer like salted egg, lei cha, Parmesan cheese cracker. They do have the regular ‘safe’ flavours, as well as dairy-free flavours so you’re covered no matter how you like your ice cream. Thankfully, they do allow tastings and you’re also allowed to have two flavours in each cup (this is awesome!!!). We settled on the Lei Cha/Dark Chocolate sorbet for the first cup (front) and White Chocolate Miso Nori/Croc (or some chocolate name) for the second cup and loved all of them!

The lei cha was surprisingly very good. It tasted somewhat like matcha, with a grassy taste and some herbal afternotes. The dark chocolate sorbet was amazing from start to end, and never got jelak. It’s rich and slightly bitter, but not so creamy that it overwhelms your tastebuds. I think my absolute fav was the white chocolate miso nori which comes with chunks of white chocolate glazed almonds and has a sweet yet complementary savoury taste. The almonds add a lovely crunch to the ice cream too, and you can see the little bits of seaweed in the ice cream. Whoever came up with this flavour is a mad genius, but this flavour combination works like a dream! I really can’t remember the name of the last flavour but it’s named after a wafer chocolate bar and it’s a chocolate-based ice cream with chunks of the chocolate bar inside. This was the sweetest out of the flavours, but it wasn’t overly sweet and these four flavours were a great combination overall.

At $5 for a 4oz cup with two choices of flavours, Tom’s Palette is already very affordable. With Burpple Beyond’s 1-for-1 deal, it’s a steal! I’ll definitely be back for more awesome ice cream with or without the deal!

Because it was just too hot and because we were just across the road from it. We had the rum and raisin, white chocolate nori (yes, there were seaweed in it!!), lychee and salted egg yolk. Our all time favourite is still the lychee! We actually wanted to try the chrysanthemum and yuzu, but it wasn't available when we were there. We felt that the salted egg yolk and white chocolate nori were too "heavy" and "heaty" though. It was the first time in my life I declined icecream and got my bf to finish them instead 🙊 time to move on to try other icecream shop places! (Before my burpplebeyond membership ends soon!) Heh, if anyone wants to sign on for burpplebeyond, do use my code:SPOO360 😄
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Tried the granny's favourite flavour but not impressive. The chocolate sorbet is rich - our favourite among all. They offered some unique flavours like salted egg, lei cha and tang dessert which are suitable for the adventurous.
Rating: 3/5

Granny’s Favourite is so rich and chocolatey. It is basically chocolate and malt ice cream with chunks of eggless cookie dough. Luscious and indulgently good!
Look out for new flavours every month!