Coyoro: Ice Cream Rolls At East Village
In recent years, we have seen the increasing trend for unique desserts such as ice cream, yogurt, Korean bingsu and now Ice Cream Rolls! Popularized from Thailand, this handmade dessert has found its way to our shore.
Ice Cream Rolls are essentially made from pouring milk on an iced grill/pan to cool, followed by repeated chopping and tossing.
For added flavors, various toppings (fruits, chocolates,muesli etc.) are added in during the preparation process.
Once evenly mixed, the cooled mixture is now a sheet of ice cream which is scrapped off the surface into rolls of ice cream!
This is very similar to creamery such as Marble Slab and Cold Stone, except that it’s made from its base ingredient – milk.
Coyoro has two outlets – Sunplaza in Sembawang and East Village in Simpang Bedok.
I ordered the Cocoyoro ($7.90) which was prepared with fresh coconut, dried cranberries and topped with a yogurt soft-serve.
My friend got himself a Oreonana ($6.9) mixed with Oreo and topped with extra mini Oreo and banana.
Although they were delicious and satisfying, however, a little pricey! I guess it’s worth the amount once in a while for such novelty.
30 Sembawang Drive, #B1-41
Daily: 1pm – 10pm
430 Upper Changi Road
Daily 1pm – 10pm