391 Orchard Road
Basement 2 Takashimaya
Singapore 238873

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11:00am - 09:30pm

11:00am - 09:30pm

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this was super good!!!!!!!! loved loved LOVED THE STRAWBERRY! can’t wait to be back again for it :3

Venchi boasts a good sticky ice cream texture, with flavours that aren't too heavy. I got the cappuccino and salted toffee flavours in the regular cup ($10 1 for 1 with #burpplebeyond) and they taste really smooth. The cappuccino can't go wrong, and the salted toffee had the right amount of saltiness to its deep caramel flavour. However, for the full price, this will be expensive 😂

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Vanilla was just right in terms of sweetness, and tasted quite milky too, which was nice. Mango was good as well, not being too sweet or sour. Venezuelan Chocolate was a little bitter, so it depends on your preference whether you like that kind of dark chocolate.

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Dense and luxurious gelato with a lingering creamy mouthfeel, pop by this stand in Takashimaya Food Hall and order a double scoop ($8.90, or $6.90 if you want to be modest with a single scoop) of Giandujotto, where the age-old combination of hazelnut and chocolate results in Ferrero Rocher-esque flavours that are absolutely decadent. Pair it with a chocolaty gelato like the bittersweet and chocolaty Cuor di Cacao or, for true blue chocolate connoisseurs, the Azteco, a rich water-based dark chocolate gelato made sans milk. The nutty flavours like Pistachio and Hazelnut are great too. Burpple Tastemaker Sheryl Lyx likes how the latter is nutty without being too sweet.
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Pistachio: not hard/solid enough and overly sweet
Chocolate: Good
Both melted too fast and are a little cloying. Overall 6.5-7/10, not worth $10 for a tiny cup.
I originally went for dark chocolate but was told that it’s out of stock on the day.

The Pistachio is probably the best I’ve had; natural tasting yet rich, it’s like you’re eating the actual nut. Their 75% Cuor di Cacao is also deeply sinful, while their Stracciatella is a lovely combination of creamy milk and chocolate shards. The Cremino and Gianduja are a must too if you love hazelnuts, but sadly the cup can only fit 3 flavours ($12). @venchi.singapore
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