Another year, another new ice cream cafe added to the Bedok community, this time round just one street away from Percolate and Hay Gelato. The 20 seater-space has a simple white interior and is equipped simple wooden furniture pieces, which may not be as fancy and Instagram-worthy as most cafes. Prices start from $3.70 for
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Another year, another new ice cream cafe added to the Bedok community, this time round just one street away from Percolate and Hay Gelato.
The 20 seater-space has a simple white interior and is equipped simple wooden furniture pieces, which may not be as fancy and Instagram-worthy as most cafes.
Prices start from $3.70 for a single “Scoop of Joy”, $6.90 for double “Bliss of Happiness” and an additional $1 for Premium flavours such as Sour Plum, Speculoos, Chocolate Hazelnut, Red Dates, Hojicha, Ondeh-Ondeh, Coconut Gula Melaka, Earl Grey, Milo Dinosaur and Dark Chocolate.
Offering 16 gelato flavours at any one time, the remaining classic flavours include Cotton Candy Bubble Gum, Salted Caramel, Chocolate Chips, Cookies & Cream, Raspberry Passionfruit and Strawberry Cheesecake.
Both Single ($3.50) and Twin Waffles ($6) are available for those who prefer a light of heavy meal, whereas Waffle Cone/ Bowl ($1) are good for those who prefer to takeaway instead.
If you have any particular flavour that you like, Scoop of Joy offers 16 oz pints (Classic $13.90, Premium $16.90) for takeaways.
I had a Twin Waffle with Double Scoops of Classic Gelato ($12.40) that comes chocolate sauce drizzled on it and icing sugar & mini marshmallows sprinkled on it.
I enjoyed their Waffle, a thick slice with more textural bite, with a nice =golden-brown, crispy layer on the outside and soft and fluffy on the inside.
The batter has a light touch of cinnamon sugar added to it, giving it nice scent and flavour.
Even though Scoop of Joy doesn’t make their gelato in house, they have interesting and uncommon flavours such as Sour Plum and Red Dates that will cater to the older generation staying in the nearby heartlands.
The Raspberry Passionfruit gelato was my favourite, smooth and not icy with a Calpis-like flavour that is light and refreshing.
The Cotton Candy Bubble Gum didn’t turn out to be as sweet as I expected, with a smooth and creamy texture, lightly scented with my childhood memories of cotton candy.
Differentiating themselves from other ice cream cafes in the area, Scoop Of Joy also served savoury bites such as Nacho Cheese Fries ($8.90), Truffle Fries ($9.90), Popcorn Chicken ($7.90) and BBQ Drumlets ($7.90) for those who don’t have a sweet tooth.
With Scoop of Joy, FatCat Ice Cream Bar and Hay Gelato just one street away from another, Bedok residents are getting more ice cream options in their area.
Scoop Of Joy
Blk 122, Bedok North Street 2, #01-128, Singapore 460122
Opening Hours: 11am – 10:30pm (Tue – Sun), Closed Mon
* Written by Nicholas Tan @stormscape who loves all things [NEW]. DFD paid for food reviewed unless otherwise stated.