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Salted Caramel

Salted Caramel






80%   (71 votes)
57 / 71

Type: Bakery/Dessert, Cafe

THE BUZZ: Salted Caramel is one of the best spots to visit when you want to treat yourself with some well-deserved comfort food. Savour your ice cream atop a homemade waffle or a freshly baked brownie and expect bursting in flavour with every spoonful.

Located along Upper Thomson Road, Salted Caramel provides the perfect place where you can chill and relax over some mouthwatering desserts and drinks. They only use the best ingredients to ensure delectable flavours of their ice cream that will surely satisfy one’s palate.

MUST TRY: Items to look forward to include Ice Cream, Freshly Baked Brownie, Homemade Waffle, and a lot more.

For drinks, they offer Affogato, Ice Cream Milkshake, Soda Float, and others.

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Mon - Thu: 12:00 - 23:00
Fri - Sat: 12:00 - 02:00
Sun: 12:00 - 23:00

246F Upper Thomson Road

Desserts, Snacks, Western

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