Dolce Vita: It’s a sweet life!

Singapore is a melting pot of cultures and cuisines from all over the world, and it’s exciting as there are new places to eat & drink almost every week! In hot and humid Singapore, there is nothing better than a chilled drink any time of the day, or even better, a cocktail made of fresh ice cream and alcohol! 🙂

Gelatos, sorbets, granitas, cocktails and more...
Gelatos, sorbets, granitas, cocktails and more…

Note di Sicilia in Singapore has some exquisite and delicious cocktails & shooters which they prepare from gelato, sorbet & granita, made in a specially imported traditional Italian machine. There are 16 flavours to choose from and some like Marron Glace, Hazelnut, Raspberry, Yogurt and Fruit of cactus are very interesting.

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Making ice cream the traditional way
Making ice cream the traditional way

The cocktails are specially crafted and it’s a treat just to look at them getting prepared! Their craftsmanship is as unique as the fresh flavours of granita.

Note di Sicilia - cocktails

It’s not just a delight for cocktail and shooter lovers, but for bread lovers, their is Sicilian breakfast which is a brioche (bun) filled with gelato or granita, cannolo, and frappes. And my favourite combination of coffee & ice creamAffogato, which is a scoop of vanilla gelato, topped with a shot of hot espresso!

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A few shooters before you begin to explore Singapore’s nightlife, a relaxed mid-day cocktail or just walk around enjoying the sights of Singapore with a scoop of ice cream from Note di Sicilia…that’s definitely a sweet life or Dolce Vita in Italian! Cheers! 🙂

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More about Note di Sicilia and locations in Singapore: Website and Facebook.
Shot at the Gelateria Bar, Clarke Quay. More images of Food photography.
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11 Comments Add yours

  1. reemasathe says:

    wow! i couldn’t wait to grab one for myself!

  2. Kaval says:

    The finest pics of how an ice cream is made….just delicious! wow!

    1. Thanks! Actually the Italian machine they have is quite fancy and good looking! 🙂 And the bright colors of the ice cream make it look even more appetising. The above pictures are all shot in natural light, with no flash or reflector.

      1. Kaval says:

        I see… you should be arrested for taking mouth watering pictures..esa mat karo plzz lol 😛

  3. This looks absolutely delicous!! Your photos are great!

  4. adam says:

    This is the right blog for anyone who wants to find out about this topic. You realize so much its almost hard to argue with you (not that I actually would wantHaHa). You definitely put a new spin on a topic thats been written about for years. Great stuff, just great!

  5. aj vosse says:

    Flip! That will kill me just looking at it!! 😉 I’m about to lick my pc’s screen!! 😛

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