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Telephone
6475 3128
Introduction
The Daily Scoop makes all their ice cream in-house and it's made using a special hand-churning method to create rich & flavoursome ice cream. Flavours are created from luscious fruits and and premium ingredients to ensure the most luxurious ice cream. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:00 - 22:00
Mon - Thu
11:00 - 22:00
Fri - Sat
11:00 - 22:30
Sun
14:00 - 22:00
Restaurant Website
http://www.thedailyscoop.com.sg
Signature Dishes
Orange Marmalade Ice Cream Unusually Apple Ice Cream
Review (22)
Level4 2014-12-31
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A few weeks ago, my friends and I wanted to try sunday folks, but they only open at 4pm on weekdays and so we headed to the next best alternative (in my opinion), the daily scoop. Its nice seeing the cutesy decorations adorning the wall at the HV outlet, as compared to the one at Sunset Way.Anyway i recommended to my friends Salted Mr Brown and Cookie Monster. Cookie monster is like the chocolate version of cookies and cream which i adore. Salted Mr Brown is salted caramel which i think is not too bad.We got it with waffles and so it was like heaven, savouring hot and cold at the same time. What better ways to cool ourselves down then with ice cream right? It came with chocolate sauce. I think customers can choose between chocolate and caramel sauce? continue reading
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Level4 2014-11-26
24 views
We wanted to go to Sunday Folks which is just down the road, but the queue was really long, so we tried our luck at Daily Scoop instead. Daily Scoop was really crowded too but luckily we managed to get a seat after waiting for a while.I decided to try some flavours that are not commonly available elsewhere. Wanted to try their Chai but it wasn't available, so I got their Coconut and Earl Grey flavours instead. Both flavours tasted exactly like how the original food/drink tasted and it was a pleasant surprise. The Coconut ice cream had coconut bits in it too! I really enjoyed their ice cream and will definitely be back for more continue reading
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Level3 2014-01-23
17 views
I like how this ice-cream parlour is hidden behind the bustling side of Holland Village. It makes for a good chilling 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 hazelnut haven cream($5.80). They are actually famous for their home-made ice-cream. All ice-cream are actually made from scratch with fresh ingredients and I really like how it is still very affordable.Only con may be that, this parlour is always crowded even on a weekday noon. continue reading
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Level2 2013-12-31
22 views
The Daily Scoop is my go-to place for ice cream whenever I'm in Holland Village. And it's always crowded at night with their limited seats available. We had the waffle with a scoop of Nutty Macadamia to share, which came drizzled with chocolate sauce. While we wished there had been more sweet lines of chocolate lashed over the dessert, the waffle carried a good texture and was firm to chew, and went really well the the creamy yet refreshing notes of the ice cream. continue reading
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Level2 2013-12-27
30 views
This place is known for its creative range of flavours. Also, it is known that the ice-cream are home-made. I tried a few flavours, and two of my favourite are Macademia, and LYCHEE MARTINI. The macademia nut one is fragrant, with a milky flavour that leaves an unforgettable aftertaste. The LYCHEE MARTINI on the other hand is so refreshing. The lychee flesh adds a chewy texture. It left me chewing on the fantasy of eating it again soon! continue reading
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