Halal Ice-Cream Cafes In Singapore

11 Halal Ice-Cream Cafes In Singapore That'll Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth


Faruq Senin •  Jun 23, 2023

Finding a shop sellingdelicious halal ice cream in Singapore might be quite a tricky task. Now that we can head out in a larger group, we're sure many of you are looking for ways to spend quality time with your loved one!

What better way to do that than to catch up over the best halal dessert in Singapore. That's why we've rounded up these 11 halal spots serving halal ice cream (including those with waffles) in Singapore!

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1. Smitten Ice Cream Bar

If you're planning to hang out with loved ones at Simpang Bedok, be sure to check out Smitten Ice Cream Bar, the latest halal-certified joint in the neighbourhood!

Located just beside Enak-Enak HK Tea House and Spize, the ice cream spot has 18 ice cream flavours and opens till 1AM on Fri-Sat.

Some of the yummy flavours you can expect are Mexican Vanilla, Salted Caramel Almond, Thai Milk Tea, Tropical Soursop and more! Other than waffles, you can have your ice cream with brownies and crispy croissants too!

Halal status: Halal-certified

2. Momolato

Want to refresh yourself after a long day out? Maybe you don't feel like having the conventional chocolate or vanilla ice cream.

Then Momolato's just the place for you! Get your fix of Korean Strawberry Cheesecake Ice Cream, Momolato's bestseller, with no added sugar and is even Keto-friendly.

Most of the flavours here are! These guilt-free options are perfect for anyone wanting a healthier treat.

Halal status: Halal-certified

3. Gelare

Gelare is always a go-to spot for waffles and ice-cream! In case you're wondering, all Gelare outlets are halal-certified.

If you're looking for a weekday treat, be sure to come on a Tuesday for their half-priced waffles Gelare's ice-cream has no artificial ingredients and is rich in flavour, with a chewy texture. From classics like Honey Malt Crunch to Macadamia Nut, Cookie Dough and more, it's always comforting to have Gelare's ice-cream!

Halal status: Halal-certified

P.S. Check out these 14 halal dessert spots in Singapore for your hangouts!

4. Hey Sugar

Step into HEY SUGAR and its Insta-worthy pink tones, fairy lights and neon signs will greet you! This hidden gem in Choa Chu Kang has interesting ice-cream flavours like cotton candy bubblegum and Milo dinosaur.

Or else, you can go with more conventional flavours like strawberry cheesecake, rocky road chocolate or earl grey too.

Try it with charcoal (their best-seller!) or red velvet waffles and you'll satisfy your ice-cream and waffle cravings!

Halal status: Halal-certified

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5. Three's A Crowd

Tucked away in Tampines, Three's A Crowd cafe specialises in handcrafted ice-cream, homemade waffles, cakes and milkshakes.

If you love all things chocolate, their dark chocolate ice-cream called Leegacy will leave you satisfied. Prefer something refreshing instead?

Then try their grapefruit and berry for a none dairy alternative. Other must-try flavours are dark glanduia, roasted pistachio and unicorn pop.

Three's A Crowd's churros waffles with coconut ice-cream is also a crowd-pleaser. The best part?

It's topped chocolate sauce and dark cocoa powdered on top with cinnamon sugar and a toasted marshmallow, making every bite a treat. We hear their chocolate lava cakes are exceptional too!

Halal status: Halal-certified

P.S. Looking for places to hang out at but without the crowds? Check out these 11 halal neighbourhood cafes in Singapore!

6. Overrun

At Overrun, you’ll be overwhelmed with the flavours they have to offer. One of the most popular flavours is the Chendol which comes with coconut shavings, gula Melaka and green jelly.

They occasionally come up with interesting flavours too such as brown sugar pearl milk tea, bandung, bubblegum and more! If you're tucking into this sweet treat on the go.

You could probably share a cup of the ice cream with a friend as the portions are generous for prices from $6 onwards.

Halal Status: Muslim-owned

7. Swensen's

You can't talk about halal ice-cream in Singapore without mentioning Swensen's ice-cream! Most of us grew up with Swensen's amazing ice-cream and ice-cream cakes selection.

The best to share with your loved ones is their Earthquake - featuring 8 scoops of ice-cream and 8 toppings.

Their sundaes are equally yummy. Sticky chewy chocolate or Durian Supreme, anyone? For a mix of hot and cold, their Banana and Apple Crumble with ice-cream will do just the trick!

Halal status: Halal-certified

P.S. If you love IG-worthy places, you'll love this list of 10 Instagrammable halal cafes and restaurants in Singapore!

8. Wafflezone

Here's a new waffle and ice cream eatery in Bugis! Serving up sinful waffles with premium ice cream flavours and coffee, you'll be spoiled for choice.

If you love rich and flavourful ice cream, choose from Pistachio Sicilian Ice Cream, Sea Salt Caramel and Belgian Chocolate.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

9. Ice Cream Chefs

If you’re a fan of unique flavours, Ice Cream Chefs’ selection of ice cream will surprise you. With flavours like Kaya Lotee (there’s bread crumbs in this one!) and Crème Brulee, you might even forget that you’re eating ice cream.

Durian lovers can indulge in their Durian Decadence, which is made with D24 durians so you can get your durian fix at homea. Some of their recommended flavours are Kinder Bueno, Earl Grey Tea Latte and Pista (made from 100% pistachios!).

Halal status: Halal-certified

10. Pancake and Waffle Place by Royz Et Vous

Waffle Place specialises in premium waffles from sweet to savoury, which means that it has an extensive menu for you to look at! 

While the cafe serves a large selection of savoury waffles, you’re probably reading this guide for the desserts with ice cream so you can’t go wrong with their Apple Crumble waffle that’s topped with cinnamon infused apple, maple yoghurt, cherry coulis, buttered crumbs and a swirl of vanilla soft serve.

Halal status: Muslim-owned

11. Zero Degree

If you want to catch a last ice-cream treat before flying off, you can head down to Zero Degree at Changi Airport T3 or in T4 transit. They specialise in gelato and have a variety of flavours available for you to try.

Try out local flavours such as Chendol and Sea Salt Gula Melaka, or their more delectable creations such as Bubble Milk Tea and Cookies Monster!

Time to SHARE this list with your friends and loved ones and have your ice-cream hangouts at these awesome places!