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Salted Caramel

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Serving a wide variety of ice cream flavours, homemade waffles, and cakes, Salted Caramel is located along Upper Thomson Road.

Mon - Thu: 12:00 - 23:00

Fri - Sat: 12:00 - 02:00

Sun: 12:00 - 23:00

+65 67531718
$6 based on 67 submissions
After Work (15 votes), Chillout (15 votes), Supper (12 votes)
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Salted Caramel: Artisan Ice Cream At Upper Thomson Road (Sin Ming)

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"Salted Caramel", what comes to your mind when these words come to mind? ICE CREAM! Since opening its doors in 2011, Salted Caramel Artisan Ice Cream has been drawing quite a crowd to their unpretentious parlor located along Upper Thomson Road. Why? Simply because of the large array of flavours and affordable pricing! Single scoop ($3.6), Double ($6.4) and Triple ($9.2), pretty good deal isn't it? Each scoop was a little small, but not complaining either! We all had one waffle ($4) each. I had Stout & Chocolate with Salted Caramel, Sha (@bodybuildingsingapore) had Salted Caramel while Yong Sheng (@decatan_sg) had Vanilla with Cookies & Cream. Similar waffle pricing as Fatcat Cafe, but standard was two worlds apart. Well, it wasn't that bad, but simply not defined as "Good" in my dictionary. Similarly, Ice Cream was a 6/10 if I were to grade them. Overall, it was fun timing hanging out with the lads with the company of sweet treats! If Ice Cream isn't satisfying, you can pop by next door for some Prata and TehTarik at The Roti Prata House!

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• 27 Apr 2015 • 217 reviews • 5 followers

Salted Caramel: Artisan Ice Cream At Upper Thomson Road (Sin Ming)

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Full Review at http://lepakwithyaops.com/salted-caramel-artisan-ice-cream-at-upper-thomson-road-sin-ming

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"Salted Caramel", what comes to your mind when these words come to mind? ICE CREAM! Since opening its doors in 2011, Salted Caramel Artisan Ice Cream has been drawing quite a crowd to their unpretentious parlor located along Upper Thomson Road. Why? Simply because of the large array of flavours and affordable pricing! Single scoop ($3.6), Double ($6.4) and Triple ($9.2), pretty good deal isn't it? Each scoop was a little small, but not complaining either! We all had one waffle ($4) each. I had Stout & Chocolate with Salted Caramel, Sha (@bodybuildingsingapore) had Salted Caramel while Yong Sheng (@decatan_sg) had Vanilla with Cookies & Cream. Similar waffle pricing as Fatcat Cafe, but standard was two worlds apart. Well, it wasn't that bad, but simply not defined as "Good" in my dictionary. Similarly, Ice Cream was a 6/10 if I were to grade them. Overall, it was fun timing hanging out with the lads with the company of sweet treats! If Ice Cream isn't satisfying, you can pop by next door for some Prata and TehTarik at The Roti Prata House!
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• 04 Feb 2015 • 1 review • 0 follower

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ice cream not bad, did not try the waffles. their macha green tea icecream is worth trying for those who love the thickness of macha. however ambience is not that great. should spend more effort decorating their cafe as it looks kind of sloppy.
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• 03 Feb 2015 • 12 reviews • 0 follower

A girl's best friend!

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Diamonds are supposed to our best friends but guess what? THIS place is a girl's best friend hands down!

The Milo ice cream is gorgeous and s***, the rum & rasin is to die for, the waffles were crispy and texture perfect, I sound like a female Gordon Ramsay now but seriously the food is awesome!

Best of all, they open late so if you're hungry after zouk girls, haha this is the spot!
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