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The Daily Scoop (Chip Bee Gardens)

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Address: #01-78, Chip Bee Gardens, 43 Jalan Merah Saga, 278115
The Daily Scoop is located at Chip Bee Gardens, just around the corner of Holland Village. It is an ice-cream parlor which specialises in homemade ice-cream flavors which are both creative and delicious.

Mon - Thu: 11:00 - 22:00

Fri - Sat: 11:00 - 22:30

Sun: 14:00 - 22:00

Closed on selected public holidays

+65 64573128
$5 based on 32 submissions
Chillout (5 votes), Quiet (5 votes), Children/Family (4 votes)

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unique flavours

I was actually queue for another ice cream cafe that day, but the cafe need to queue for at least 30 minutes before getting a seat. Therefore, my friends and I decide to give Daily Scoop a try! They have a wide range of flavours to choose, from the standards like minty mint, simply chocolate and strawberry shortcake to the fun flavours like Thai chai, wasabi mango and chilli choc! Sound pretty interesting and I think it quite worth the time to drop by for a try!

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• 08 Dec 2015 • 202 reviews • 2 followers

unique flavours

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I was actually queue for another ice cream cafe that day, but the cafe need to queue for at least 30 minutes before getting a seat. Therefore, my friends and I decide to give Daily Scoop a try! They have a wide range of flavours to choose, from the standards like minty mint, simply chocolate and strawberry shortcake to the fun flavours like Thai chai, wasabi mango and chilli choc! Sound pretty interesting and I think it quite worth the time to drop by for a try!
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• 03 Oct 2015 • 6 reviews • 0 follower

I don't always eat dairy, but when I do I eat Daily Scoop

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We stopped by at 11:00 am, not our usual ice cream eating time, to enjoy a sweet treat. We split a scoop of Salted Mr. Brown. It was served in a cold and frosty bowl with a small steel spoon. We loved holding a real bowl and spoon, not plastic and paper! At $3.40 for a large scoop the value is beyond generous, and this was some of the best ice cream I have ever had. The flavor of Salted Mr. Brown is sublime, subtlety salty, sweet but not too much, with a caramel flavor. Though we didn't have a waffle or brownie they looked really good, and I would certainly return to try. The pints to go are $12.50, certainly a bargain, especially compared to premium brand commercial ice creams that are not as rich and tasty as The Daily Scoop. I can't wait to return.
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• 05 Jun 2015 • 2 reviews • 0 follower

Atrociously rude service

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I wanted my ice cream in a cone, but it was last call and they only had choco-cones. The server said so and asked "is that alright?" I said yes, but when it came time to pay she wanted 60c more for the un-asked, un-wanted choco cone. I said I didn't want to pay extra and would prefer a refund on my ice cream, but she refused to refund my money.

After 30 seconds of arguing with me that I should be happy to pay 60c extra or take my ice cream in a cup, she grabbed the money out of the till and threw it at my hand violently.

Awful service, RUDE, GREEDY STAFF. Never again!
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