Kindred Folk – A New Space with Unique Ice Cream Flavours!
There are so many artisanal ice cream spots in Singapore, but how many actually churn their own ice cream? At Kindred Folk, all the ice creams are churned in-house. You can see the mixers lined up behind the ice cream fridge, so there’s no place else that you can get the exact same taste and texture of this dairy delight.
Even though we came during tea on a weekday, the café still had over 15 varieties of psychedelic ice cream laid out for our picking.
We went for Cereal Mix, and Roasted Rice Milk Tea to pair with our Charcoal Waffle ($12.20). I’ve tried to make my own cereal milk – it really is simple; soaking some cereal in milk and decanting the top layer. I think the version served at Kindred Folk is quite good. Albeit on the milky side, there are hints of toasty cereal in every bite. The roasted rice milk tea reminded me of normal milk tea or teh tarik ice cream flavours.
The café also has Fried Mantou ($1) which you can dip into a cup of your favourite ice cream.
If frozen creamy delights aren’t your cup of tea, the café also has tea snacks, such as Brownies ($3.50), Scones ($3.50), and even Bread & Butter Pudding ($5.50).
Other than icecream, the café also has a variety of punny pastas (ala carte: $15, lunch set: $12.90, student meal: $9.90) such as the i-So Sexy(a miso-sesame capellini with sautéed mushrooms and an onsen egg) and the Tomayto-Tomato, which comprises a choice of chorizo or smoky beef sausage with penne pasta tossed in the café’s homemade crushed tomato sauce with sautéed onions.
I love how the café has a whole adult-sized hammock in their café for diners to rest in.
Kindred Folks is a great place for students to unwind after a busy day at school. What’s more, the café gives a 10% discount to students and residents of King Albert Park Residences!
Address: 9 King Albert Park, #01-09 kap mall Singapore 598332
Phone: 6928 3043
Opening Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday: 12pm to 10pm, Wednesday: 12pm to 10.30pm, Fridays & Weekends: 12pm to 11pm.
MissTamChiak.com made anonymous visit and paid its own meal at the stall featured here.