Play Gelato is a hidden ice cream & waffles spot in Somerset for a post-dinner treat in town

by Vera

Those on the relentless rant of not having sufficient or affordable dessert options in town, the ice cream gods have answered your prayers. Play Gelato — tucked away in the corner of MidPoint Orchard Mall and located right next to the giant COURTS store in Somerset — is a cute dessert shop providing diners with the quintessential ice cream flavours.

Play Gelato waffles
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Some flavours under their Classic (S$5 per scoop) offerings include the Dark Chocolate Sorbet, Earl Grey Milk Tea, Cookies & Cream, Matcha, Black Sesame, Lime Sorbet, Lychee Sorbet, amongst others. Their Premium (S$6 per scoop) flavours feature Double Belgian, Hazelnut, Pistachio, and Rum & Raisin.

Play Gelato waffles
Photo: @playgelato/instagram

There also exists the Wafflewich ($4.50), which provides a savoury option for the non-sweet-toothed like myself, as well as a Milkshake (S$8) if you prefer to drink your desserts rather than eat them.

S$2.80 Single Scoop

Photo: Screengrab from Shopee

To redeem this fabulous deal, (after all, where else can you find dessert under S$3 in town?) Shopee is involved. Yes, one way or another, Shopee always manages to find its way back into our lives. From Play Gelato’s official store on Shopee, purchase the voucher for Play Gelato Single Scoop (Classic) (S$2.80, U.P. S$5) that will entitle you to a scoop of ice cream from the range of Classic flavours.

Play Gelato ice cream tubs
Photo: @playgelato/instagram

According to user @eshtonc on Tik Tok, diners using the Shopee vouchers can also top up for premium flavours and waffles as add-ons. The offerings were “super good”, according to the Tik Tok user.

The voucher is still available for purchase at the time of writing.

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