Three Point Two gelato, durian desserts, durian mousse, matcha latte, seasonal Ethiopian Yirgacheffe filter coffee, blue and pink instagrammable cafe

Located in Outram Park, Three Point Two is the latest brainchild by the founders of Pang Zi Durian, serving gelato, durian desserts and great coffee.

Not only are there 18 flavours to choose from, with unique options like Ube (sweet potato) and Genmaicha (brown rice green tea), there is an array of durian-flavoured desserts to look forward to.

Special Gelato Bun

“Would you like it in a cup-”

Before I could answer, anticipating the word ‘cone’, the waitress continued, “or bun.”

Three Point Two’s house-made Gelato Bun (S$4) is a cross between Bolo Bun and choux pastry. It was crispy, buttery and light.

If you thought that waffles (or whatever) were the perfect vessel for ice cream, you’re wrong. This is the new Bonnie and Clyde.

We paired it with the Genmaicha, which had a lighter flavour than expected.

Impeccable durian desserts

Durian lovers, go big or go home with their Four Heavenly Kings (S$16.8), an assorted platter that includes 2 D24 Durian Puffs, 2 MSW Craquelin Puff, 2 Durian Mochi and 1 Durian Mousse

Every bite was an experience, from a light choux pastry to a crispier, to a buttery craquelin puff, and to the softest- albeit slightly sticky- mochi skin. Each vessel encapsulated a creamy durian puree.

Durian Mousse at Three Point two with extra shot of durian puree

Lastly, the Durian Mousse had an impeccable airy texture. The flavours were also intense, especially with the assistance of the generous amount of durian puree. It’s really worth it for S$5.5 (+S$1 for an extra shot).

Do note that you can purchase these 4 desserts individually as well.

Seasonal filter coffee

I’ve never had impressive coffee at gelato parlours before so I was intrigued when I spotted a ‘Seasonal’ option on Three Point Two’s menu.

We got the Ethiopian Yirgacheffe (S$8) which was this season’s pick. It was perfectly brewed, (showcasing) a tea-like profile. The flavour profile wasn’t complex, but it was perfectly brewed.

Meanwhile, the Matcha Latte (S$6.5) was too milky and sweet.

This cafe is not only bold on the outside, with its vibrant blue and pink colour palette, but courageous enough to embark on and succeed in crafting such an extensive menu; did I mention they serve mains too?

Gelato, durian desserts and coffee? Three Point Two is a triple threat to watch out for.

You’ll also find notable cafes in the area, such as Kream and Kensho and Dolc Patisserie.

Location: 85 Kampong Bahru Rd, #01-01, Singapore 169380
Tel: +65 8366 9952
Opening hours:
Sun- Thur: 12am- 10pm
Fri- Sat: 12pm- 12:30pm

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*This article is written in collaboration with Three Point Two

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