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The EL team finds the is­land’s best ice cream!

Meet Ex­pat Liv­ing’s Re­view Crew. Our mis­sion? To show up unan­nounced at F&B spots across the is­land, try out the best that Sin­ga­pore has to of­fer, and then give you our hon­est thoughts (yes, we pay for every­thing!). This month, we’ve started with a bunch of pop­u­lar ice cream joints, where we sam­pled vanilla, cho­co­late and one spe­cial­ity flavour at each one. Tough gig, right? Here’s how it all went down.

# Salted Caramel

Wow! There’s a rea­son this place has this name. Hands down, it serves up the best salted caramel we’ve ever tasted – and the vanilla was darn good, too. While the dé­cor isn’t too fancy, this spot won our in­au­gu­ral taste-off. We can’t wait to go back! 246F Up­per Thom­son Road

# The Daily Scoop

By far, this place has the best feel and the most friendly staff. And you get to watch the ice cream be­ing made right in front of your eyes – yum! The vanilla and cho­co­late were spot on – just like our mums used to make – and the co­conut was fab­u­lous, too. 43 Jalan Merah Saga (and other lo­ca­tions, too)

# Ud­der’s

There are Ud­der’s out­lets all over Sin­ga­pore, but to make it easy, we walked to the one that’s right next door to Salted Caramel. Ud­der’s has a su­per cute theme and is known for its al­co­hol-based ice cream flavours. It’s a very pop­u­lar joint, but we thought the ice cream was pretty av­er­age. 246D Thom­son Road (and other lo­ca­tions, too)

# But­terknife Folk

This take- away spot has the most un­usual ice cream flavours we’ve ever en­coun­tered: Bar­rata ( cheese ice cream with a rasp­berry bal­samic re­duc­tion); Kaya Toast; Baklava and more. And you know what? They’re all de­li­cious! Each could have been an award- win­ning dessert on Masterchef. And this place has lots of al­ler­gen-free ver­sions and ve­gan op­tions, too.

238 River Val­ley Road

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