Serendipity Ice Cream Factory Outlet, Marrickville


Ice-cream or cake? Which one you like more. I really can’t under-estimated the number of people who is a super ice-cream lover in this planet. I personally like cakes more than ice-cream but I don’t mind a scoop of ice-cream next to my cakes especially a good quality one.


Serendipity is an Australian family business producing super premium natural ice cream and sorbet for hotels, caterers, and restaurants since 1966. Using fresh milk & cream, ingredients are carefully sourced and blended creating multi award winning products. They used to be the supplier for ice-cream in Passion Flower years ago offering Asian-infused flavours like red beans, taro, black sesame, even durian.

Serendipity factory in Marrickville allows you to buy your vice straight from the source. The stuff is cheaper than your average IGA. It comes in all shapes and sizes. So come and grab one in this hot summer!!

There are over 40 flavours to choose from not including those freaky ones. We went for the extraordinary like black sesame, taro and pear & rhubarb crumble.


The shop is small with only a counter and all the ice-cream are store behind, it is best to decide what you want on the website first and just order and go. Their price are fixed depends on size; little tub $3, 500ml $6, 2 litre $20, 5 litre $45. If you are first timer, it is worth to get several 500ml for different flavours than one a 2 litre. At the end you only pay $4 more but gets to try more flavours. The bad things about Serendipity is they don’t do 1 litre, damn it!


From top to bottom, left to right: Black Sesame (bought for mum), Fig, Honey & Pistachio, black sesame (again for us), Black sesame (us again because there is no more 2 litre), Taro, Pear & Rhubarb crumble.



right: Pear & Rhubarb crumble, left: taro


top: black sesame, bottom left: taro, bottom right: Fig, Honey & Pistachio

My personal favourite are black sesame and the pear & rhubarb crumble. Black sesame are so rich and smooth and you can see real pieces of black sesame in the ice-cream. For the pear & rhubarb crumble, I just can’t get enough of it because of the real fruit piece and crumble in it. It is not overly sweet and made me feel like I am having ice-cream and a real crumble dessert all in one bowl.


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333-339 Enmore Rd, Marrickville 
opening hrs: Mon – Fri: 9:00 to 17:00, Sat : 10:00 to 13:00 (Summer only)   

Getting There:

Parking: Enmore Rd or Llewellyn Ln
By train: St Peters

Map picture

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7 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Christie @ Fig & Cherry
    Jan 25, 2011 @ 19:13:59

    This is walking distance from my house but I have never been inside – I definitely will now!


  2. sara@belly rumbles
    Jan 26, 2011 @ 03:26:28

    I am going to have to go pay them a visit.


  3. Gaby
    Jan 26, 2011 @ 03:27:42

    The black sesame ice cream looks quite interesting! You’re right, it’s better to buy 500 ml tubs to try several flavours.


  4. Simon Food Favourites
    Jan 26, 2011 @ 09:38:06

    i need to find time to visit. yum yum 🙂


  5. JC
    Jan 26, 2011 @ 10:10:35

    Trust me everyone, been buying ice cream from these guys for years, it is pricey but your definately getting quality ice cream, as they say pay for a $2.00 toaster, you get a $2.00 toaster ha ha
    Home Brand, Savings, Peters, Streets, Sara Lee …… then there’s Serendipity 🙂 yum yum


  6. eatmarvin
    Jan 26, 2011 @ 15:14:00

    OMG!!! That is so yummy! I wish I was there today. It was so hot outside, I wish I was in an Ice Cream Factory Outlet. 🙂


  7. foodie and the chef
    Jan 28, 2011 @ 14:42:11

    I looove this place… the inner west is definitely the go-to for ice cream. Glacé and Gelato Messina are my other faves…


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