Kampong Glam is one of Singapore’s oldest urban district and a short walk from the iconic Masjid Sultan, is now home to many Halal-certified and Muslim-owned cafes.
The hipster area of Arab Street and Haji Lane is seeing some facelift as more cafes are opening there recently, including Nirvana Dessert Cafe, MILK, and Brotherbird Coffeehouse just one street away at Bali Lane.
Momolato Café serving gelato with classic and keto-friendly flavours, has also opened at Haji Lane.
Although Momolato is a new entrant to the area they had been around some years back, started off selling popsicles.
With a total of 18 gelato flavours, the 6 Keto options (Single $7.40, Double $10.50) include Maple Cream Cheese Poundcake, Korean Strawberry Shortcake, Nama Chocolate, Sea Salt Caramel, Pure Coconut and Hass Avocado, all sounded interesting.
Signature flavours are priced at $4.90 for a single scoop, $8 for double scoops, premium flavours at an additional $1 whereas Keto gelato are at an additional $2.50.
Dairy-free options include Triple Blend Dark Chocolate, Watermelon Soursop, Kochi Yuzu Shisho, Ecuador Chocolate Arabica Coffee and Himalayan Osmanthus Mango Passionfruit.
3 different cone flavours are available: Butter (+$1.50), Pandan (+$1.50), Keto (+$3), wrapped with a single layer of Pandan leaves at the base.
The Pandan cone was as crispy, reminding me of love letter snack that we have during Chinese New Year, with a buttery taste and aroma.
Something worth mentioning, was that the pandan was delicate and pleasant, without overpowering the flavours of the gelato.
In addition, Momolato also serve Waffle and Croffle (flattened croissant waffle) on their menu.
Served with both vanilla cream and brown sugar cream on the sides, Waffles flavours include Buttermilk ($6.60), Pandan ($6.90) and Keto ($12) whereas Croffle includes Butter ($6.60), Banana ($6.90) and Gula Melaka ($6.90).
34 Haji Lane, Singapore 189227
Opening Hours: 1pm – 11pm (Mon – Thurs), 12pm – 2am (Fri, Sat), 12pm – 11pm (Sun)
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