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Top 8 Popular Ice Cream Parlours in KL

Top 8 Popular Ice Cream Parlours in KL

You know how it goes. I scream, you scream, we all scream for ICE CREAM! Ice creams are just one of those confectionary sweets that work too well with the Malaysian culture. A cold, sweet delight on a hot, sweltering day is a match made in heaven. Here’s a list of Top 8 Popular Ice Cream Parlours in KL to guide you on those days you go out ice cream hunting.

1. Mikey’s Original New York Pizza

We’re starting this list off with the unconventional. Mikey’s technically serves frozen custard and not ice cream. But hey, we’re here for the cool delights, right?

Each serving at Mikey’s are made upon order meaning you won’t get those pesky bits if ice shard hiding in between your dessert. On top of that, there are 26 different topping possibilities, ranging from the predictable to the peculiar; you can mix & match, or choose one of Mikey’s preselected combos.

Address: Mid Valley Megamall, Lot T-028A, Level 3, South Court, Lingkaran Syed Putra, Mid Valley City, 59200 Kuala Lumpur
Hours: 11.30 AM – 11.00 PM

2. Aboong Malaysia

A few years back Malaysia was in awe of this new Korean soft-serve dessert place, and we’re happy to say that they’re staying! With four outlets now, Aboong has made their soft serve, filled into a prosperity fish-shaped waffle cone a must-have.

Each waffle comes in different flavours such as the original, red velvet, chocolate and black sesame with a range of fillings paired with three simple soft serve flavours including original yogurt, mango yogurt and green tea ice cream. Be sure to snap a pic before devouring your fish delight.

Location: LG29-B, Lower Ground Floor, EkoCheras Mall, 56000
Hours: 10.00 AM – 10.00 PM

3. Pops Malaya

Vegans and naturalists, here ye, hear ye! If you’re on the hunt for a great dessert with locally sourced ingredients and an ingredient list you can pronounce, check out Pops Malaya! Their ice treats with more than 15 options made from fresh fruits include Mango Pistachio, Watermelon Lychee, Dragon Fruit Orange and Chewy Chocolate all made with a “better for you” conscience in mind.

While they don’t have a physical store, their ice creams are sold at most Petronas Mesra, and you can get their ice creams (freshly made in their factory) delivered to you!

Location: 16, 167, Jalan Bulan U5/173, Subang 2, 40150 Shah Alam, Selangor
Hours: 10.00 AM – 10.00 PM

4. Inside Scoop

Egg-free. Dairy-free. Gluten-free – that’s the tea served by Inside Scoop all day, every day. Made with the freshest ingredients, this store located in Bangsar makes their ice cream in small batches for quality perfection.

Their flavours range from the cool classics like vanilla and chocolate if you’re in the mood for a scoop of comfort or you could opt for the durian, cempedak, teh tarik, cendol, kopi peng, and salted gula Melaka. With over 70 options, and a flavour menu on rotation, each visit will guarantee you an Inside Scoop.

Location: No. 9, Jalan Telawi 3, Bangsar, 59100 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Hours: 1.00 PM – 11.00 PM

5. Sangkaya

Are you coconuts about ice cream just yet? A must-have on every ice- cream list, Sangkaya has made its presence known by combing the best of both worlds- ice cream and coconuts. Pillowed on thick pieces of coconut flesh and served in coconut husk make-shift bowls, their ice cream will have you coming back for more.

Pack your bowls of delight with toppings like roasted peanuts, coconut flakes, cornflakes, cereal, corn, kidney beans and chocolate syrup to get that complete Malaysian experience.

Location: 31, Ground floor, Jalan Alor, Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur, Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur
Hours: 10.00 AM – 2.00 AM

6. 30 Seconds

This café in Bandar Sri Damansara, serves up more than awesome keto based meals. Rest assured, this ice cream is their sinful delight. Be sure to try their ice cream sandwich for a bite of creamy goodness. You can choose between charcoal buns or regular toasted buns with a generous scoop of either Horlicks & Maltesers or Peanut Butter Milo.

The bread works as the perfect sponge to absorb all the melty goodness that will have you mopping your plate with the bread. They serve their ice cream with a generous handful of salty fries if you’re the kind of person who’s into that!

Location: 7, Jalan Margosa SD 10/4a, Bandar Sri Damansara, 52200 Kuala Lumpur, Selangor
Hours: 8.00 AM – 9.00PM (Closed on Wednesdays)

7. Fatbaby

Fatbaby Ice Cream serves various ice creams, waffles and root beer floats among other ice cream related items. They make great tasting ice cream from things that taste great! Their ice cream flavours change daily, so expect the unexpected.

Be sure to try whatever ice cream flavour you choose ( We recommend Belgian Chocolate, Honey, I’m Home and Thai Milk Tea) on a bed of their freshly made waffles. Heaven!

Address: 47, Jalan SS 15/4b, Ss 15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor
Hours: 12.30 PM – 10.00 PM (Closed on Mondays – Wednesdays)

8. Piccoli Lotti

Piccoli Lotti has 18 flavours to its name, but fans flock over for the famous Pulut Tai Tai. The Nyonya kuih-inspired treat tastes just like the real thing. Butterfly pea flower is used to give the ice cream natural blue streaks, and glutinous rice bits are folded in to create that kuih-like chewy texture.

Be sure to try their classics like pistachio and hazelnut store recommends Genmai rice cracker — an original flavour concocted with roasted brown rice from Kyoto.

Address: 45, Jalan SS 20/11, Damansara Kim, 47400 Petaling Jaya, Selangor
Hours: 12.30 PM – 10.30 PM (Closed on Mondays)

We hope that this list of 8 Popular Ice Cream Parlours in KL helped you narrow down your dessert options. Besides in KL, you can also find popular ice cream Subang Jaya, and TTDI.

However, if you’re having one of those days where you don’t want to leave your home, be sure to head on over to the foodpanda app to have these cool delights delivered to you!

Article Written By Marcovy

Marcovy is a passionate writer who thinks life is about living to eat and enjoying it to the fullest. He wanted to explore the restaurants around Malaysia and the idea of documenting those food experiences was what inspired him to start writing food blog.

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