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The Daily Scoop (Chip Bee Gardens)

3.8

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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 29 submissions
Chillout (5 votes), Quiet (5 votes), Children/Family (4 votes)
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Ice cream with waffles

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Dropped by this store for a place of waffles and ice cream one afternoon. I like how this parlour is hidden behind the bustling side of Holland V. It makes for a good chillax place to catch up with friends. My plate of waffles was warm, crispy on the outside but soft on the inside and it went really well with my strawberry ice cream. The servers were really friendly too. Expect to see many teenagers and kids around this parlour.

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• 20 Dec 2013 • 36 reviews • 0 follower

Ice cream with waffles

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For reviews of ice cream parlours & pictures: click here

Dropped by this store for a place of waffles and ice cream one afternoon. I like how this parlour is hidden behind the bustling side of Holland V. It makes for a good chillax place to catch up with friends. My plate of waffles was warm, crispy on the outside but soft on the inside and it went really well with my strawberry ice cream. The servers were really friendly too. Expect to see many teenagers and kids around this parlour.
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• 30 Jun 2012 • 219 reviews • 2 followers

the brownie is one of the best ever!

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for photos and more reviews, visit http://littlemomentsofmylife.wordpress.com/ :)

this place looks sooo adorable! :) i was captivated by the wallpaper the moment i stepped into the store. tucked away in chip bee gardens (there are actually so many food places to explore there!), i've been wanting to try this place forever. but i couldnt bring myself to travel to sunset way or wherever the other outlet is.

my friends went absolutely gaga over the kahlua flavour. all of them ordered it! if you like coffee, take their word and try it.

i opted for the butterscotch pecan, and topped up for a brownie ($5.50). absolutely lovely! :) their ice cream is smooth, creamy and flavourful, and the brownie was SO DELICIOUS. lightly crisp on the outside, it revealed a moist soft interior that was richly chocolate-y. wonderful :)) try it!

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• 25 Dec 2011 • 145 reviews • 3 followers

Unique flavours, attentive to customers' needs.

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With the interior walls ingeniously illustrated with animated cartoons, it is no surprise that toddlers and adults alike would be captivated by the creativity. As you pressed on the button fixated on the automated door and stepped inwards, expect to be greeted with a splendor of child's innocence with sinfully delicious ice-cream and enchanting interior decorations.

For more pictures including wall illustrations and full review, please visit here.

Waffle Set with 2 scoops of ice cream (S$9/-)

'Salted Mr Brown' flavour

(+) Interestingly unique concoction of sweetness, bitterness and surprisingly saltiness.

(+) Judicious amount of sea salt to leave a subtly salty aftertaste.

(+) Brown sugar provided the sweetness punch, light yet delectable.

(+) Broken bits of brownie chunks gave the varied crunch.

(+) A good overall mouthfeel from the smooth rich ice cream and brownie.

Verdict: 8.5/10

'Surprisingly Coconut' flavour

(+) It was so good that upon sampling, we had to get a scoop onto our waffle set.

(+) A piquant first taste that kept the taste-buds tantalized, craving for more.

(+) Very fresh ingredients, packing a zesty punch.

(+) Could taste strands of the coconut and even chunks of the coconut flesh!

(+) Homogeneously rich and smooth ice cream.

Verdict: 9.0/10

Waffle

(+) Did not taste overly sweet nor awful, a simple 'okay' waffle.

(-) I would suggest just going there for the ice cream and skip the waffle.

(-) Despite it freshly baked, it was soft and soggy, maybe I just could not quite appreciate it.

Verdict: 6.0/10

There was the option of brownie or waffle to go along with the ice cream for the set deal at S$5.80. I would most definitely give the former a shot on my next visit.

Among the many ice cream parlours, such as international franchisees, it might be worthwhile to pay attention to this hidden local gem, which hand-make all their ice-cream in store anytime between 1-7 p.m. With 40 and more flavours to boast, ranging from fruity sorbets to connoisseurs' choices and 'fun-kyreations' to go down the line, you might find yourself spoilt for choice when faced with an array of interesting unique flavours.

What impressed me most about this boutique artisan ice-cream parlour was it delivered more than just good quality ice cream but rather top-notch sensitivity to customers' needs. In addition to the relentless amount of sampling offered for us to try out before we decide on our choice of ice-cream, there was a tank of plain water and tissue paper for the customers usage (free-flow). As we all know, indulging on rich and creamy ice-cream calls for some plain water to wash it down and this was humbly catered for on a corner table at the back of the cafe. Not forgetting the all important high chairs for babies too!

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  • [The Daily Scoop] - Salted Mr Brown and Surprisingly Coconut on Waffle.

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