Tom's Palette Singapore: Home For Unique Ice Cream Flavors



How do you like ice cream? If you're following me on my Instagram, you may notice that I am really into ice cream. It became a habit that since years ago, I always look for ice cream places when traveling. My Singaporean friends told me about this ice cream parlor also some other names but I find Tom's Palette quite interesting. Why? Because they have unique flavors, such as salted egg yolk, yuzu, and red wine sorbet. Honestly, I was very excited to try their salted egg yolk flavor, it may sounds weird but in fact really it's not that bad. 

Ordered Waffle with two scoops of ice cream (salted egg yolk and white chocolate nori), yes went for adventurous palate, it costed us SGD 12.40. Surprisingly I love the white chocolate nori, so good! But the white chocolate was too sweet to my liking. It was eating french fries with ice cream, savory and sweet at the same time. While the salted egg yolk was just fine for me, no rancidity, but you still can taste the grainy texture just like while eating real salted egg yolk. It's definitely not for everyone, but at least once go for it.


I must say this place is amazing, how they create all the flavors, they really take it seriously. Hide aways from tourists, packed with locals, it's made for real foodies. Though they have less bizarre ice cream to choose, do not go basic because chocolate and vanilla ice cream are available everywhere. Parmesan Cheese ice cream is one that I adore the most, make sure to put this place on your list. 


Tom's Palette
#1-25 Shaw Tower S
100 Beach Road
Singapore

Opening Hours:
Mon - Thur: 12 - 9.30 pm
Fri - Sat: 12 - 10 pm
Sun: 1-7 pm
Closed on the last Sunday of the month



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