Frozen de­lights

Fancy a ge­lato spiked with bits of hon­ey­comb or a Man­darin orange sor­bet? At Ge­om­e­try, own­ers Shux­ian and Jes­lyn com­bine ar­ti­sanal tra­di­tions with a mad­cap flavour pal­ette that hits all the right notes

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Be­fore we vis­ited this quaint ice cream café in Jalan Bukit Merah, we had seen tons of pretty In­sta­gram-wor­thy pic­tures of their lovely dessert creations on so­cial me­dia, and we were def­i­nitely ex­cited to sink our taste buds into some of them.

And af­ter try­ing out their sig­na­ture ge­lato flavours served atop per­fectly baked French tarts, we have to agree that ev­ery­thing that has been said about this place is ab­so­lutely true.

Sam­pling the flavours here – there is a to­tal of 18 flavours to choose from – lead to fluc­tu­a­tions in tex­ture and sen­sa­tion in the mouth; from the cleans­ing Man­darin orange sor­bet or wa­ter­melon ly­chee sor­bet, to the light and re­fresh­ing earl grey tie guan yin. For that full-blooded smack, the pis­ta­chio, straw­berry pocky, or bing bong (fea­tur­ing a pad­dle pop-like flavour), will surely do the trick.

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