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Tom's Palette

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Tom’s Palette has been serving homemade ice cream since September 2005! The home-grown parlour is best known for its experimental and sometimes crazy flavours, made without artificial flavouring, premixes, or the addition of stabilisers.

51 Middle Road
Singapore 188959

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12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 09:30pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

12:00pm - 10:00pm

01:00pm - 07:00pm

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It’s finally open again at a new place!

All the flavours at Tom’s Palette are worth a try!
- loved the great variety of flavours
- friendly staff
- the Pink Guava, Plum and Green tea flavour 👍🏻 : very aromatic and refreshing pink guava taste and hints of green tea
- Pistachio flavour 👍🏻👍🏻 : nutty bits and richness is just nice

Medium cup (2 flavours): $4
- Present student card for discount

Pretty glad that Tom’s Palette has recently re-opened their doors over the previous weekend that had passed; now located just a stone’s throw away from their Shaw Towers space at 51 Middle Road — also pretty near the National Library, Bugis Junction and South Beach Towers.

Launching the various items in several phases, the first weekend saw the ice-cream available in cups — went for the trusty White Chocolate Nori and the Hainanese Kaya flavours; the latter being an exceptionally quirky flavour that I absolutely loved when I first tried it a couple of years ago. As strange a combination it sounds, it’s that weird combination of sweet and umami flavours that gets to me — smooth and creamy, whilst carrying a note of milk chocolate sweetness that’s spiked with a savoury note typical of seaweed sheets, I like how there are bits of nuts and browned white chocolate chunks that add texture and sweetness to the ice-cream; a very interesting flavour that rewards those who are adventurous enough to go for it. The Hainanese Kaya flavour comes in a green hue — aesthetically more Nonya Kaya than Hainanese Kaya; nothing too intimidating here, with a very light hint of coconut-y flavour without being overly sweet not heavy, though definitely leaning closer to that of Nonya Kaya in terms of flavour.

Congratulations to the folks behind Tom’s Palette on their reopening — liking that new space that they have that is brighter and somewhat more inviting; and definitely glad that they had not moved too far away from the area and still remain a pretty accessible for that ice-cream fix!

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My fav ice cream spot is back!!! They’ve moved into a brand new space and will be launching their menu (think waffles, teaffogato, parfaits, etc.) gradually over the next few weeks.

Had the valrhona chocolate and summerberries this time. It was a fab combi that’s like having a piece of dark choc with raspberry filling! Can’t wait to come back and try their teaffogato.

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Am sure Tom’s Palette needs no introduction! It’s my favourite spot for quality yet affordable ice cream with unique flavours. Their Parmesan Cheese & Cream Crackers is one of the ones I always get, for its savoury sweet notes and generous bits of crackers.

Though their new spot is not officially opened, you can still get your hands on their tubs via weekly online pre-orders for delivery and self-pickup. Just like how they rotate their flavours in-store, they do so for these pre-orders too! They’re also giving a free DIY ice cream kit for every 2 tubs purchased for self-pickup, or 4 for delivery. Updates are all on their Instagram, @tomspalettesg.

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Had heard from a friend about how good the rum and raisin flavour from tom’s palette was, and it really lived up to the hype! It was creamy and smooth, with a good balance of rum. The hojicha was not bad, but the rum and raisin would be what I’ll return for :)

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this place serves up some really amazing dessert at pretty affordable prices! the ice cream/gelato was rich & creamy, plus there were many unique flavours available! favourite has got to be the yuzu — it was light, citrusy & smooth, with a very prominent yuzu flavour. 🍋 brownie waffles were crispy on the outside & soft on the inside, and complemented the ice cream well. a little gripe is that they didn’t quite taste like brownies, but they were good nonetheless. overall a lovely place for dessert and just a stone’s throw away from bugis too!

8/10 🌟

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