Firstly, in the wake of the recent bombing incident in Bangkok, I would like to hope for the best and for the city to recover soon.
Besides the ongoing bingsu craze which is still raging hot in Singapore, another popular dessert from a neighbouring country is making is way to our shores, taking over one pasar malam (night market) at a time. Because of this latest fad, you can see snaking queues forming in night markets, simply just for a cup of Thai ice cream rolls!
The ice cream rolls are quite Instagram-worthy, but a shortcoming is that they melt way too fast!! Do have your phone on camera mode ready when your ice cream rolls are served!
KAvenyou has helped to hunt down 4 ice cream rolls shops in Singapore, to save you the hassle of individually combing through every night market.
1) Happy Rollies
Happy Rollies was the one who introduced the idea of Thai ice cream rolls into night markets and bazaars – starting with the Geylang Serai Bazaar. Currently, they have moved on further west, to the Jurong East Bazaar, introducing new flavours such as thai milk tea and kinder bueno.
2) Go Frost
Go Frost is another ice cream roll store that is always on the go, but with a pushcart concept. Previously, it was located near Happy Rollies at Wednesday Cafe, but as of now it has relocated to Tampines.
3) 21 CUBE Artisan Ice Cream
Despite being the newest kid on the block with the store having opened for barely a month, long queues have already been spotted at 21 CUBE’s humble store located in *SCAPE.
COyOrO stands for Cool. Yogurt. Roll. (in case you thought the owner was inspired by tYpInG LiKe tHiS). Depending on what you order, your yogurt/ice cream rolls may come in a coconut husk, and you get yogurt soft serves on top of the rolls too! COyOrO has 2 outlets in Singapore – one in East Village and the other located in Sun Plaza.
Article by: Zhen Zhen @ KAvenyou.com