Creamier

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I’ve been to Creamier so often over the last few months, that I owe it to the few pints of ice cream in my freezer to blog about it. To me, ice cream can fix everything and Creamier has made it to my list of all-time favorite ice cream places. Their flavors are interesting, the ice cream screams quality and their waffles are consistently enjoyable.

Waffles with Single Scoop, $7.50, their waffles comes in pairs and you need to top up 60cents for the premium flavors. Poised proudly on top of a layer of maple syrup and chocolate sauce are the freshly made golden brown waffle twins, with a delicate crisp and a slightly sticky dough texture that made it ‘Q’ to the bite. While the presentation of maple syrup and chocolate sauce on the plate is nice, I disagree with it as I hardly get to taste any, or have to work very hard to get it with my waffle. Sea Salt Gula Melaka (pictured above) with just a faint tinge of saltiness, and more of the muted sweetness of gula melaka.

A regular flavor single scoop of ice cream on it’s own is $3. A premium flavor pint is $14.50.

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Please don’t let this photo deceive you, the small shop in a secluded corner of Toa Payoh is usually packed to the brim, especially with after-dinner crowds. Sometimes you will even have to make use of tables in the open playground area beside Creamier, just let the staff know and they will look out for you!

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Peanut Butter Jelly (premium flavor, top) and Butterscotch Almond (bottom). A smooth peanut fragrance with blobs of purple grape jelly to bring you back to your childhood sandwich days. Butterscotch Almond went easy on the butterscotch and has more almond bits which the nut lover in me loves but this melted very quickly!

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Roasted Pistachio (premium flavor, top) and Plain Ole Chocolate (bottom). My absolute favorite is their roasted pistachio, with a rich nutty taste and lots of roasted pistachio bits. Flavor wise it is very similar to the one from Salted Caramel but I find Creamier’s version a little more icy. The chocolate was decent in my opinion, but my friend is crazy over it.

Other than their handcrafted ice cream, Creamier is also a coffee joint. I didn’t try their coffee, but from the conversation I overheard between the owner and a regular customer, she sounds like they really take pride in serving good coffee made properly. Nonetheless, please do check it out even if it is a little out of the way (but we are singaporeans, we travel for any good food), I promise you wouldn’t regret it.

Creamier

Block 128 Toa Payoh Lorong 1 #01-835 S(310128)

6250 1476

Opening Hours: Tue – Thu 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm, Fri – Sat 12:00 pm – 11:00 pm, Sun 12:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Closed on Mondays

http://creamier.com.sg/

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