5 Artisan Ice Cream in Malaysia That You Should Try Today !

Ice cream can really does wonders, a few scoops of your favorite flavor can turn a sour mood into a happy ones.  Plus, having ice cream is always a great way to beat off the heat.  You do not need a reason to indulge yourself especially during a hot and sunny day.  Who would turn off the offer for ice cream treats?.

Fun fact :  July is nominated as the National Ice Cream month in the United States,  by the president Ronald Reagan in 1984.

Long gone were the days where we would head over to the supermarket to get out favorite pint of ice cream, now there are plenty of artisan ice creams offering some unique flavors with local twist to it.  For Malaysian,  say yet to local flavored ice cream like Durian, Cempedak and Teh Tarik Flavor.

Look no further as I got you the list of 5 artisan ice cream in Malaysia that you should try today.  If not, tomorrow!

1. Softsrve Ice Cream & Dessert Bar

Softsrve Ice Cream & Dessert Bar
serves ultra smooth creamy soft serve ice cream
Softsrve founders Amily Chong and Redmond Ho.
Softsrve founders Amily Chong and Redmond HFounded by Amily Chong and Edmund Ho, Softsrve currently operated in 4 different branch, 3 in Damansara Uptown, Sri Petaling and Ampang while another is located further south in Johor Bahru.  In addition, Softsrve has recently launched their Softsrve mini at Pavilion Elite and MyTOWN for their soft serve ice cream fan.
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Softsrve is an artisanal ice cream parlour that specializes in creating an unusual soft ice cream experience.

Softsrve Ice Cream & Dessert BarApart from their widely known Soft serve ice cream, Softsrve  also serving Parfaits, Waffles, Kakigori, Desserts, Sodas, Coffee and Teas in their menu.  The soft service ice cream is sold at price ranging starting from RM10 - RM18.

Running out of places for weekend date?.  Why dont you visit  Softsrve and take a photo or two.  Not only the place is 'instagram worthy' but the interior of the ice cream parlour also an added point to the overall score.

Serving unique soft serve flavor like red velvet cheesecake and rootbeer, Softsrve opens daily from Monday until Sunday. Operating hours is from 12 pm to 11 pm.  

 

2. Pops Malaya Official

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Founded in 2013, Pop Malaya is particularly famous among Malaysian for their stick pops. The uniqueness about stick pops from Pop Malaya is they used natural fruit flavors, no chemicals, artificial additives or preservative.  All the ingredients they used is 100% natural and it is  safe to be consumed by kids.
Pops Malaya Official
Often featured in the television, newspaper and magazine Pops Malaya needs no introduction.  So far, Pop Malaya does not has any physical shop operated to serve the customers however you can get them from the agents and distributors. 

Flavors available are young coconut, honeydew vanilla, milky lime, chewy chocolate, and others. As shown in the picture is the new packaging for Pop Malaya Stick Pops. 
 
You may follow their Instagram or facebook for updates on the events that they will be joining so you can try their infamous stick pops.


3.  Fat baby Ice Cream

Fat baby Ice Cream
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Using only 4 core ingredients such as egg yolks, milk, cream and sugar, Fat Baby Ice Cream created a bunch of ice cream flavors with no artificial colors, flavors or preservatives.  Their ice cream varies from time to time and even some are seasonal.  As an ice cream lover, you should not miss the chance to try their Madagascar Vanilla Bean, Salted Caramel Cookies, Honey, I'm Home and many more.  A lot of interesting flavor to try on.

Fat baby Ice CreamFat Baby Ice Cream has a physical store that operated in Subang Jaya where you can dine in and savor every bits of the ice cream with either your friends or loved ones. Its a great place for a hangout because the place is spacious and cozy.  Other than that, there is also a pop-up scoop shop located at Sevencups, Empire Damansara.

The price for a single scoop is RM 8, RM 13 for double while RM48 for a pint. Fat Baby Ice Cream also has waffle in their menu along with several choices of toppings.  Opening hours: Fri & Sat: 2pm-10pm, Sun: 2pm-8pm.

 


4. The Ice Cream Project

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You are not anywhere close to  KL or Klang Valley?.  For Johor folks, the Ice cream project is for you.  Located in Jalan Dhoby, Johor Bahru The Ice Cream Project has proudly served the Johor folks with their fresh-on-the-spot ice cream making.  The ice cream is made using liquid nitrogen. The attraction of the shop is the swing located outside the shop and the shop is painted grey.  The decoration is a minimalist with not much furniture that creates a cozy ambiance. 

The Ice Cream ProjectPopular among Johorean, the Ice Cream Project recipes are lacto-vegan friendly and consist of only daily products.  NO rennet, animal gelatin, additive and preservative is used in their ice cream.  As each ice cream is freshly made, you can ensure that the quality is at top notch.

Started off their business with only a few flavors, they have added some new flavor and the latest one is  Matcha. Operating Hours:
Tue-Thu: 3:00 pm – 10:00 pm
Fri-Sat: 3:00 pm – 12:00 am
Sun: 3:00 pm – 10:00 pm



5. Inside Scoop

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Another artisan Ice Cream in town that is famous among people in Bangsar, its the Inside Scoop.  Often set as the benchmark among other artisan ice cream maker,  Inside Scoop already has a big reputation.  Their ice cream is freshly made on site using premium ingredients without colorings, preservatives and artificial flavorings.

inside scoopServing not only ice cream they also have waffles and sundaes in the menu.  Just to name a few you can find Durian, Cempedak, Kopi Peng and Bandung flavor from a total of 18 flavors they are serving to the customers.  A huge selection with local favorites.  This far,  Inside Scoop has 2 branches, one in Bangsar and another in Damansara Jaya.  

Often credited for their ice cream in terms of texture and taste, Inside Scoop has captured many Malaysian hearts and soul.  





From the list of the artisan ice cream in Malaysia above,  let me know your thoughts or what flavor you like the most?.

17 comments

  1. I wanna try some of these. Who am I kidding? I wanna try them all!

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    1. Yes please. They will surely not dissappoint you

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  2. I love ice cream! Great post, the pictures are amazing!
    https://byveera.blogspot.fi/?m=1

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    1. Hey Veera, thanks. Love to hear you like the post

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  3. Wow these look so yummy! One does not think of calories when they see such pictures :D

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    1. Ice cream can be sinful, but who cares?. U can enjoy them on your cheat day of course.

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  4. Thanks for sharing! Must try them when I pass by MY again. :)

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    1. Yes please try our local flavored ice cream like cempedak or teh ais. You would love it

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  5. There is one more branch of inside scoop in bandar mahkota cheras ��

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    1. Hey, thank you for the input. Will edit the post!.
      Thanks

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  6. Would love to try these all! Yum! Would also LOVE to go to Malaysia! ( https://www.fijord.com )

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    1. We dont hv 4 seasons here. So u can enjoy your ice cream almost everday. :) thanks for dropping by.

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  7. These all sound and look so delicious! I love ice cream!

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  8. I love all kinds of ice cream and looks like this one is going to be one of my favorite! A must try!

    Pammy - joyfulsource.com

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  9. What a great selection and everything looks delicious.

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