Sunday, February 17, 2008


What a cute name for an ice-cream parlour. We were introduced to this homemade ice-cream place by WL & LW, whom we were visiting for Chinese New Year. After a sumptious chicken rice meal which also included some lovely side dishes such as fried bean sprouts, Hainanese pork chop, egg Fu Yong, (I don't have any photos of the food), we were treated to ice-cream. There were lots of interesting flavours and it was tough making a choice. There were pineapple tarts, apple pie, milo dino, durian etc. Being greedy and oh-so-tempted, I went for a scoop each of horlicks as well as chempedak. I totally loved the horlicks and chempedak was so-so. However, halfway through the ice-cream, I kind of regretted getting two scoops as each scoop is quite big. Prices start at a reasonable $2.80 and toppings are 50cents each. Hubby had the brownie with Belgian chocolate, and princess had cookies and cream when her first choice of cookies and chocolate was not available. If you are ever in the vicinity, do give it a try.

8 Sin Ming Road
Sin Ming Centre
Opening hours: 11:00am to 11:00pm daily.

Wee Nam Kee Hainanese Chicken Rice & Restaurant
275 Thomson Road
#01-05, Novena Ville
Singapore 307645
Tel: (65) 6255 6396


East Meets West Kitchen said...

How fun! I wish there's Holicks and chempedak flavors over here!

HK Choo said...

wah, what a creative name :)

daphne said...

Chempedak? How cool is that! Asian ice-cream is so much more interesting.. I wonder if someone will come up with Lychee flavours soon too?

Little Corner of Mine said...

I do love the name and cute logo. Over here, I like Cold Stone ice-cream but it's pretty pricy.

singairishgirl said...

east meets west kitchen - Oh, maybe not Horlicks but some other Asian-inspired flavours over there? What about Cold Stone as mentioned by C? Would they have them?

hkchoo - Cute, right? I'm never creative with names.

daphne - Yes, chempedak.I believe there is Lychee flavour. There are many homemade ice-cream places sprouting out now.

little corner of mine - I love them both too. :) Is Cold Stone a homemade ice-cream parlour? They are very popular now in Singapore.

East Meets West Kitchen said...

Cold Stone has wonderful flavors, but nothing asian inspired...

singairishgirl said...

east meets west kitchen - Hopefully soon some Asian might start one? :)