2 Havelock Road
#01-09 Havelock 2
Singapore 059763

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12:30pm - 09:00pm

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06:30pm - 09:00pm

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12:30pm - 09:00pm

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Been intrigued by this gelato joint for the longest time and finally could make our way down today. Tried lychee rose, vanilla bean and hojicha - all of them were sooo niceee. Appreciate the nutritional information given in their IG as well as the calorie per scoop at the physical shop. Still as creamy and yum even though made with skim milk. Will be back to try earl grey lavender and black sesame soon 💕

Looking for artisanal gelato that’s low in calories? Well, you’re in luck because Goodlato offers just that! Try their unique Ube and Lychee Rose Gelato flavours ($4.30 per scoop) if you’re looking for something that’s light and refreshing. Don’t forget to pair their ice cream with a cup of their Kopi ($2.50) or Teh ($2.50) too!
📸 : Burppler: Xing Wei Chua

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Found out about The Goodlato Company via their social media pages; previously only operating as an online-based business, The Goodlato Company has since found new digs within Havelock II as a brick-and-mortar store. Taking over the former premises of Whiskdom which has since moved to a new space at North Bridge Road, The Goodlato Company operates primarily as a takeaway kiosk; there are some dine-in counter seatings that are located by the side that is within the mall, but the ordering counter is located behind a sliding glass door with the display freezer containing the gelato flavours available for the day facing the main road and the bus stop to attract those whom are passing by. With an emphasis on serving up gelato that is low calorie and high in protein, the menu at The Goodlato Company does list down the calorie count per scoop for each of the flavours of gelato it offers — flavours being listed in the menu during our visit to The Goodlato Company includes more conventional flavours such as Vanilla Bean, Belgian Chocolate and Pistachio, but there are also rather interesting ones such as the Marzipan & Choco Chip and Ube. Patrons can choose to have their gelato either in a cup or cone here; beverages available at The Goodlato Company includes Kopi and Teh.

Opting for two of the more interesting flavours which were available in their display freezer during the day which we made our visit, we opted for the Ube and the Lychee Rose flavours. One thing we did note about The Goodlato Company is despite them claiming their gelato being low in calorie but high in protein, they have not been particularly clear on their social media pages on how this has been achieved. That being said, we were fairly impressed with how the two flavours which we have opted for went; between the two, our favourite was clearly the Ube — the Ube was nothing short of the inherent earthiness of yam. In retrospect, we did feel that the Lychee Rose was stronger on the mild sweetness of lychee, though the floral notes of the rose could be slightly stronger for a better contrast. Still, the gelato carried that desired texture of a good gelato despite being one that is low calorie and high protein; it is sufficiently sticky and smooth, though one could feel that slight graininess especially after the gelato has started to melt a little; not something which we found to be particularly bothersome however. We also note that the flavours of the gelato here do seem more “pure” as well — seemingly more stronger of its intended notes without that lingering creaminess or milkiness that one would have expected.

One thing we are certain about The Goodlato Company’s gelato is how they have seemingly achieved what we have thought to be something a little difficult to execute — creating low calorie and high protein gelato that is tastes good. We really liked how the rich the flavours of the gelato here are without feeling particularly creamy or milky, though one thing we thought they could have been a little bit more transparent about here would be how they have achieved so in their gelato (i.e. what went in there that makes it low calorie and high protein as compared to the usual) — the calorie count per scoop which they have included in the menu was a nice touch however. Given how they have strategically placed their counter to face the main road, The Goodlato Company does make for a good stop for those looking for a sweet treat whilst walking past Havelock II; perhaps even a spot to drop by even for those whom are looking for just a cold treat to have whilst waiting for the bus at the bus stop just several steps away on a hot day.