85 Kampong Bahru Road
Singapore 169380

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12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 02:00am

12:00pm - 02:00am

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Rich choco lingering in the mouth with every bite.
Honeydew coconut was refreshing, tasted good with each bite. Overall with bb 1-1 deal, definitely will revisit if near the area :)

Tried the pistachio and black sesame flavours, both were quite rich and decent sized scoops! Super worth it with burpple beyond, but even without it’s still relatively affordable considering the portion. Hope to be back to try more flavours! ☺️

This gelato bar-cum-coffee house along Kampung Bahru Road is known for their durian desserts, from the best-selling D24 Durian Puffs ($10.90) to their Premium Mao Shan Wang Craquelin Puffs ($13.80) and must-try Durian Mousse ($5.50). Durian lovers, get a taste of the aromatic creamy gelato with a scoop of Mao Shan Wang ($6) atop their signature Gelato Bun ($4) or opt for a scoop of their Classic ($4) and Premium ($5) gelato flavours.


There has been much talk about Threepointtwo at Kampong Bahru over the past week — most having mentioned their waffles and ice-cream given how they are the new ice-cream parlour which had recently opened in the neighbourhood, which has interestingly seen a rising of cafes of the late (think at3, Kream & Kensho etc. along the same stretch).

Opened by the same folks behind Pangzi Durian in Jurong West, the Durian Mousse is one of the items I would actually recommend one to go for as well. Having tried Pangzi Durian on one of the rare trips I had made to Jurong West, I liked how their Durian Mousse is pretty rich with pungent with the distinct notes of the king of fruits. The mousse itself is sufficiently creamy, but it’s the additional shots of D24 here that takes the cake — a generous scoop of fibrous D24 flesh that is not to be missed by durian lovers that gives the mousse that buttery sweetness amidst the pungent notes. And if a single shot isn’t enough, one can also request for a double shot to be added — just like how one can do the same to their cuppa at a specialty coffee joint.

While the ice-creams are decent in flavour here and that the waffle is actually pretty plush and wafts of an alluring hint of buttermilk fragrance, I am more inclined to give the durian desserts and cream puff items a go instead — the Earl Grey Puffs reminds me of the good ol days of Neato.100 and Shuu Choux; the combination of crisp and light choux pastries of the latter and that aptly creamy filling carrying an intense tea aroma of the former during its prime at Burlington Square. And did I mention one can also try Butternut’s thin-crust pizzas here without making the trek to the far West of Taman Jurong? A destination worth considering for hipsters who want a little bit of everything all under one roof; from hot (snack) food, to ice-cream, specialty coffee and durian desserts — and one that is relatively centralised as well.