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Momolato offers exquisite hand-crafted gelato made in our gelato laboratory using the best fresh and raw ingredients.


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Got myself a Sea Salt Hokkaido Milk Soft Serve 🍦 (S$3.60 + S$0.50 for cone) from the @momolatoSG booth which was melting like nothing.


Salted egg yolk gelato ($4)
Served on waffle cone
Available at @MomolatoSG stall at @TheLocalPeopleSG Art Market in former Tanjong Pagar Railway station today from 3pm to 9pm.
Super crowded here. Very hot and humid. Need something to cool down.
Address 🏠 : 3021 Ubi Aveune 2, # 03-171, Singapore πŸ‡ΈπŸ‡¬ 408 897
Tel ☎️ : 9679 7268
Open πŸ’ˆ :
MRT πŸš‡ : Tai Seng (CC11)


Good music, great vibes, lazing on comfy doob beanbags (because my butt deserves better) with some craaaaaazy overpriced food like $10 double scoop ice cream from Momolato (but it's really smooth and creamy so all's good in the burning weather). Also had $8 hotdog buns from Big O's which was very meh, at SingJazz yesterday.


Been eyeing the Momolato shop at SMU for awhile now, and I'm glad they're here for Car-Free Sunday! Finally got to try their Popsicles hurray!

The Pink Peach with Japanese Grape Slices [$4.00 each] was sweet, yet slightly sour. Pleasantly surprised by how natural they tasted (was expecting artificial-tasting flavours πŸ™Š). A pity they melted too quickly in the hot sun.

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Ice pop for the super humid and warm Night Festival! Super in love with this Sour Plum flavored ice Popsicle. Salty, sour and slightly sweet, it is wonderfully refreshing. And I bet if they just add in a little bit of gin, it'll become a hot seller (;


Milky yet with a dash of sweetness from the honey, the crumbles atop add a bit of saltiness to the gelato. Scooping was a tad haphazard though; they were literally scrimping so much on the sample scoops you could literally taste nothing out of it and when you order a single scoop in a cup it comes in two weird balls where the first layer underneath was a tad hollow and the top layer comes even more smaller. Seriously?