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865 Mountbatten Road
#B1-92 Katong Shopping Centre
Singapore 437844

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Tuesday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 09:30pm

Monday:
Closed

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From the Burpple community

A new little ice-cream shop @the.humblescoop has flavours that will bring you to your childhood. Only opened for about three months. The best thing is that the ice-cream is all made on-site. Decided on ‘Cereal Killer’ and ‘Pulut Hiram’. Cereal Killer is made by soaking cornflakes in milk, straining it, and adding that essence into the making of the final product. It is a little thick, but flavour is not too intense. (I do like soggy cereal 😂). Pulut Hitam was perfect for me. Do drop by if you’re in the area! New flavours coming for CNY: Pistachio and mandarin orange!

Came to this tiny ice cream shop located at the basement of Katong Shopping Center for ice cream. There are a lot of interesting flavours including pulut hitam, atas ripple and milo dinasour etc. Picked the black sesame flavour with cone (+$1). Found it a bit too sweet - was expecting something not so sweet given it is black sesame flavour. But still it is a good try!

Really impressed and spoilt for choice with the locally-inspired ice-cream selection at The Humble Scoop that we ended up with a triple scoop for two. Of the lot, our favourite was the Pulut Hitam; painstakingly cooked from scratch before being churned into an ice-cream, the Pulut Hitam carried bits of black glutinous rice for a bit of bite whilst being rich and creamy; balanced with the fragrance of coconut milk but not overly sweet. The other two flavours are just as impressive; the Sugar Cane with Lemon being a sorbet-esque flavour that replicates the refreshing local thirst quencher with a zing that helps to cleanse the palate, while the In-Kueh-dible resembles Ondeh Ondeh with its thoughtful use of Gula Melaka and Salted Coconut which was also not overly sweet. A place I wouldn’t mind visiting again, considering the unique flavours here.

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