Momolato aims to bring you the taste of authentic, fresh, homemade Italian gelato made only with fresh milk, premium and quality local and imported ingredients. They serve you pure sorbets on sticks as an alternative option for the lactose-intolerant and the health-conscious. continue reading
Mon - Fri
11:00 - 22:30
11:00 - 18:00
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Momolato is one of the stalls that had sprouted up at SMU of the late. The gelato here is all made in-house, and the selection of flavours rotate weekly. Here, there is something for everyone; taking an example from their scooped gelato, where there are classic flavours such as Earl Grey and Bailey’s, while there are also quite a variety of fusion combinations such as the Shiro (White miso with almonds and butterscotch drizzle) and Milo with marshmallows. They also do sell popsicles; a rare treat to find in gelato stalls.Shiok! ($3.90/scoop) is a flavour that would win hearts of Singaporeans. The combination of Coconut with Gula Melaka and Pandan Jelly feels not only local, but also sounded pretty much like a decent replica of Chendol. Their gelato was smooth and creamy; the photo just speaks for itself. We found the flavour pretty rich, with a distinct Pandan taste that’s definitely coconut-y followed by the signature sweetness of Gula Melaka. The Pandan Jelly did provided a bit of flavour, but given the way it was stored, it pretty much froze up with the rest of the gelato and became pretty icy though it was not really too much of a deal.For more photos and the full review, please visit: http://jiaksimipng.wordpress.com/2014/06/21/momolato-smu/ continue reading