From the team that bought you Two Bakers, SugarTree Gelato is one of their latest venture and features an assortment of gelato made from scratch using all-natural premium ingredients.

For those who are not familiar with Two Bakers, they previously did a dessert remake of nostalgic treats such as “Ming Jiang Kueh”, “Bao Zi” and palm size Ondeh Ondeh.

SugarTree Gelato used to be a kiosk located within Stars of Kovan, and has moved to 619 Bukit Timah and co-shares a space with Daily Ground.

Some of the notable gelato flavours were Keylime Cheesecake, Passionfruit Mint and Lemongrass Ginger.

Single scoop retails for $4.20 and Double scoop going at $7.60, with a $0.80 top-up for Premium flavour gelato.

SugarTree Gelato

I was particularly intrigued by the Banana Milk, which reminded me of the famous Korean bottled beverage.

The only difference is that real banana fruit goes into the gelato making process.

The owners shared that they use only ripened banana to achieve its natural sweetness, with no addition of artificial flavouring.

It was like having a real banana fruit, with a touch of creaminess.

I also had the Roasted Pistachio and Raspberry Rose. The former boasted fresh earthy notes; while the latter infused with floral and fruity sweetness.

SugarTree Gelato

Freshly made herb-infused cone is the new norm.

Thanks to predecessor like Birds Of Paradise who popularize thyme cone and Bread & Butterfly follow suit with lavender cone.

SugarTree’s artisan sugar cone is infused with rosemary herb and goes at nominal top-up of $1.

While I didn’t detect any distinctive scent of rosemary, the crispy fresh cone complements the rich creamy gelato, which is also good to have on its own.

(Photo credit @sugartreegelato)

Their assortment of gelato flavours will also change subject to seasonal produce and ingredients availability.

SugarTree Gelato

SugarTree Gelato
619D Bukit Timah Rd, 01-01, Singapore 269724
Opening Hours: 8am – 5pm (Mon, Wed – Sun)

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* Written by Lewis Tan @juicyfingers, a self-proclaimed coffee addict. DFD paid for food reviewed unless otherwise stated.


  1. My friends and I tried this a couple of weeks ago. Unfortunately we found it underwhelming and not worth the price tag – the texture was pretty good but generally too sweet. We also didn’t appreciate how 90% of their flavours were ‘premium’ which made it $5 per scoop – STEEP for so-so gelato. One flavour had a handwritten tag (chocolate raspberry); couple of us selected as it was apparently non-premium. To our surprise, the register said $5; when we checked, the staff told us with barely an “oops” that the ‘premium’ word must have been written too low (i.e. blocked and not visible on that tag). Uh……


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