80 Marine Parade Road
#01-14C Parkway Parade
Singapore 449269

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From the Burpple community

You might have thought @scoopzsg was gone for good but you’re WRONG, they’re simply focusing all their efforts on their e-store to deliver ice cream right to your doorstep!

Made entirely from scratch with all-natural ingredients, and no artificial flavours, their low-sugar ice cream comes in many flavours for everyone to enjoy.
Here’s what I tried…
👉Mao Shan Wang😋
👉Chocolate Ganache😋
Filled with chocolate chips & marshmallow
And if you’re a big fan of jackfruit, you can also try their Cempedak ice cream, which is one of their best-sellers!👍

Guess what? They also branched out a sub brand - Cookies4U, which focuses on handmade cookies, pastries & mooncakes.
Here’s some of their eggless bite-sized treats that can make you feel like CNY everyday…
👉Golden Pebble😋
👉Ah Ma Almond😋
Surprisingly good and melts in your mouth!🤤

🥮Enjoy 30% OFF if you preorder their mooncakes now. (Valid till 16 Aug 21)

💌Thank you @scoopzsg for sending over these sweet treats!☺️

🚚Islandwide Delivery
(FREE if SGD58 & above)

We ordered 10 flavours to try & our verdict is that the ALL the fruit flavours are recommended! You can taste the flesh in the ice cream. Definitely go for our top three favorite — durian, soursop and cempedak!

The only ice cream that was way too strong and bitter for us was the Kopi Gao. We saw "Kopi O" on the website but received the "Kopi Gao" instead.

I tried their peanut butter ice cream and I like how it has a good balance of the sweet and a slight saltiness. It also wasn’t thick enough to make me sick of it so I finished this scoop easily hehe. They have local flavours such as durian and soursop that are pretty good as well!

This tropical flavour from the small takeaway shop (they've been making their own ice-cream since 1996) has both the deep fragrance and actual pieces of the jackfruit.
After having it once and liking it a lot, we returned for second helpings soon after.


No fancy "Mao Shan Wang" or "D24" name tags for the durian ice cream at scoopz but here you find one of the most legit durian ice cream in Singapore! 2 scoops satisfied my durian craving at a reasonable cost #pleased


For 3 scoops of ice cream with a waffle for $10! That's cheap for Singaporean cafe standards.. I mean there's even hipster cafes that charge $14 for just one scoop of ice cream and a few slices fruits and a waffle. The choice of ice cream here are honey comb, salted caramel and green tea. The green tea is so good! The honey comb was abit too sweet but you could chew bits of honey comb. The salted caramel wasn't too sweet and was just perfect! Definitely value for money!

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