Nothing beats a scoop of soft, creamy ice cream. Except maybe two scoops. And dessert darlings Double Scoops get that too. From homemade classic vanilla to sweet strawberry cheesecake and rich butterscotch, they've got all sorts of cool companions for those sunny afternoons – and it doesn't just stop at ice cream either. Alongside colourful fruity sorbets, artisan gelato and loaded waffles, these guys are creating some of the best and freshest treats Singapore has ever seen.
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You can eat your gelato alone, pack it on top of a warm waffle topped with salted popcorn, caramelised bananas and caramel sauce, or with honey toast and a gourmet coffee. Or, for those comfy nights in watching movies on the sofa, opt for a larger tub and dig in.
Making their gelato in-house daily, it has that dense and smooth consistency that signals a great ice cream. You've got flavours that you know and love here, plus some more adventurous options. Go for the Thai Milk Tea, Sea Salt Gula Melaka and Earl Gray Lavender, or the more classic Cookies and Cream, Tiramisu or Chocolate Macadamia – all of which make Double Scoops so legendary.
Gelato is one of the most popular ice cream types in the world, loved for being a lower-fat alternative to your traditional ice cream and showcasing more intense flavours. And the gelato at Double Scoops is made lovingly by mixing milk, cream and sugar with fruit or other flavours – with only eight per cent fat.
Frozen desserts have been knocking around for absolutely ages – with crushed ice and flavorings at the start of the line. In Egypt, pharaohs offered their guests a cup of ice sweetened with fruit juices, while the Romans began the ritual of eating the ice of the volcanoes Etna and Vesuvius and covering it with honey. But it was Sicilian Francesco Procopio dei Coltelli – a famous restaurateur in the 1950s – who made gelato famous all over Europe.
Ice cream shakes, soda floats, espressos and loaded toast dishes – they aren't just a one-trick pony here. We love their Shibuya Honey toast for a healthy treat that doesn't scrimp on the sweet stuff – a chunk of sweetened bread served up Japanese-style.
But if you're after something lighter, their sorbets are also something special. Go for the Philippines Mango if you're in need of some tropical refreshment. But we also love the Mixed Berries flavour for a taste of fruity fun. And if that's not floating your boat, there's always the Double Chocolate Walnut Brownie for the ultimate indulgence…
Want to satisfy your sweet cravings? Order from Double Scoops today here on Deliveroo.