Honey Comb is one of the fairly new additions to join the latest craze to hit Singapore; soft serve ice-cream with an added honeycomb. You might find that the place seems familiar & that’s because it has taken over where Stateland Cafe used to be. Fret not, Stateland has relocated just a couple of blocks down. Honey Comb is actually a partner with Stateland & here they offer soft serve milk ice-cream and yoghurt with fresh honeycomb.
As mentioned earlier, Honey Comb has taken over the little space of where Stateland Cafe used to reside in. Most of the interior design of the place has been retained, though the place feels much more empty now. It just seems like the remnants of what Stateland was. There isn’t even a proper “Open” sign on the door & when I first walked into the place, I thought it was closed.
Honey Comb offers up milk soft serve or yoghurt that comes with a piece of fresh honey comb & liquid honey. The whole honey comb concept seems to have taken Singapore by storm, with quite a few other places popping up offering similar desserts such as the famously well-known Honey Creme & also, Beegurt. The key difference here from Honey Creme is that their soft serve is made from fresh milk, giving their ice-cream a predominant taste of the calcium rich beverage.
Price-wise, it’s mostly in the norm for ice-cream desserts like this. Fairly similar to Honey Creme & Llaollao.
Worth A Visit/Revisit?
I do quite like Honey Comb, though the concept is pretty similar to Honey Creme, it’s different enough to make it worth a try. The difference in flavor of the soft serve along with the added honey syringe makes the place stand out from the whole honey comb craze; the syringe alone attracted me to try the place after seeing it on Instagram. It’s definitely worth a try, my friend can attest to that; he wants to head back again sometime soon.
30 Bali Lane, Singapore 189866
(Nearest train station: Bugis)
Mon – Sun: 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm