33 Erskine Road
#01-08
Singapore 069333

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Wednesday:
12:00pm - 10:30pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 10:30pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 10:30pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 10:30pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 10:30pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 10:30pm

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Decent ice cream find in a secluded corner near Ann Siang Hill. Nom Gelato has brilliant and cheery aesthetics that can instantly brighten up your day with their bright yellowish tones. Sadly, they do not seem to have seating areas. Both ice cream flavours were pretty pleasant, although the textures of the ice cream here were on the softer and easier to melt side. The cold brew coffee had a good strong coffee flavour, albeit on the sweeter side. The whiskey and bacon brittle was a more interesting flavour, though I felt like the bacon and whiskey flavours were a tad bit disjointed. I appreciated how I could really taste nodes of the whiskey in a creamy scoop of ice cream, but could not make much out of the bacon brittle. It did give a bit of saltish and savoury crunch to it, but it did not blend well with what seemed to be a scoop of whiskey vanilla ice cream. Nonetheless, I did find it an interesting try.

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Located at the street beside Maxwell Food Centre, you could find this attracting gelato shop with vibrant colour and interior design.

A single scoop from $5 onwards, they have a few interesting flavours such as this pandan with gula aren. The flavour is creamy and very sweet to me.

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Go for the mascarpone cheese and fig - perfect balance of slight saltiness and sweetness. Quite creamy too.

Tahini Vanilla is good too.

Whisky and Bacon is an interesting combination and for those who love Whisky, go for it.

Pandan just taste like chiffon cake so... If you like, can try.

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The blue cheese flavour in the Blue cheese walnut praline was not overpowering yet you could definitely taste cheese in the ice cream. The savouriness complemented the sweet walnut praline. I like this flavour combination although the walnut praline could do with less sugar crystals. Texture wise it was not bad and not too milky.

Mascarpone & honey figs tasted like your strawberry ripple - mascarpone was really subtle I couldn’t taste it, with swirls of figs jam.

I tend to go for unique flavours or basic flavours that are done realllly well. The blue cheese walnut praline is worth a try if you are around the area.

Our tastebuds were feeling ‘adventurous’ that night so we decided to try out the Blue Cheese & Walnut Praline Gelato here! We were pleasantly surprised by how much we enjoyed this flavour! The pungency from the blue cheese stood out (in a very positive way of course), while the walnut praline was sweet, salty and crunchy! It was a great balance of flavours overall! The cone was nothing special, just a typical cone lol.

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Though still not that adventurous to give their more unique and funky flavours a go, I found the Nom Gelato’s Classic flavours ($5 for single scoop, $8 for double scoop) that we got plenty exciting as it is. With a hint of savouriness, the Mascarpone & Honey Figs was light on the palate. A nice balance with the touch of cheesy aftertaste and sweetness from the bits of figs as well as swirls of fig jam. A tad milky for me but the texture was really creamy and smooth.

For something a little sweeter yet wonderfully refreshing, the Mango Sorbet was a perfect choice. The fruity flavour was pronounced and brightly balanced - one of my favourites from the handful I have tried. Texture-wise, it was pretty smooth, not all that icy, and with a pleasant sticky consistency.

Much love for their Roasted Sesame, the scoop was a lovely mix of white and black sesame. Not too intense, the nutty swirls were fragrant and rather addictive. I also liked the fact that the earthiness wasn’t so “in your face” and didn’t resemble the taste of sesame paste - very palatable. And likewise, the consistency was smooth and creamy.

Next, a flavour that I wouldn’t usually go for, the Strawberry Balsamic was perhaps a little out of my comfort zone. More tart and tangy than I would have liked, the taste of the balsamic was distinct and a touch too strong in my opinion. However, it does add a nice depth to the sweetness of the strawberries.

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