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Creamier – Ice Cream & Waffles in the Heartlands

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Teatime for today is Creamier’s signature waffles with a scoop of Honey Yuzu Lemon and Thai Milk Tea

I have been hearing so much about Creamier lately, I just had to risk an expanding waistline for a visit. There must be something special about this place if what I hear about the little cafe is “It’s always packed!” “I had to wait over an hour for my waffles!” “Very nice!” Well, let’s find out… :)

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I was quite amused to find the ice-cream parlor tucked below a block of housing flats in Toa Payoh (Singapore’s oldest housing estate), next to a PAP education centre. And it’s packed to the brim. Luckily there’s an open-air area just in front of the cafe where I promptly plonked myself down to enjoy my dessert; no need to squeeze and I can enjoy the breeze!

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Creamier’s ice cream is churned fresh in their kitchen using only natural quality ingredients. Coffee beans are from specialty coffee micro-roaster Papa Palheta so it should be a good cuppa. The big draw here are the waffles though…you haven’t been to Creamier if you haven’t tasted their waffles.

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Ooooo….what a palette! Can I have every one of each? :p
The ice cream comes in pretty interesting flavours such as Cucumber Ume Sorbet, Chocolate Peppercorn, Guava Orange Peel Sorbet and White Peach Chardonnay, and those who veer towards ‘safer’ tastes can try the popular Sea Salt Gula Melaka or a Plain Ole Chocolate.

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The little cafe is packed most of the time, so come during off-peak hours (weekday afternoons) or be prepared to wait for a table. And then wait for your waffles.

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Don’t want to wait for a table? Get a cone and enjoy it with friends on the bench outside! :)

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Better still, work out while you pig out! How cute :D

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We enjoyed our visit to Creamier. The ice cream tastes richer than the usual ones from ice cream parlous (now I know why they are called Creamier), and I appreciated that they had many interesting flavours. The springy waffles were crispy to every bite, even after 15 minutes. The little cafe will be on my mind whenever I am craving ice cream now :)

Creamier
Address: Block 128 Toa Payoh Lorong 1 #01-835 Singapore 310128
Tel: +65 6250 1476
Opening Hours: Tue to Thu: 12:00PM – 10:00PM; Fri & Sat: 12:00PM – 11:00PM; Sun: 12:00PM – 10:00PM
Facebook: www.facebook.com/creamier.singapore
Website: www.creamier.com.sg
Nearest Train Stations:
– Braddell; Take Exit B and walk 5-8mins or Exit C to take buses 59 or 231, alight 2 stops after
– Toa Payoh MRT, take bus 231 or 141, 10mins, alight after Philips
– Caldecott MRT, walk 8-12mins

More ice cream galore:
Honey Creme – Insta-licious Soft Serve Ice Cream
Sunday Folks – Because the best things in life are sweet

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Author: spunktitud3

A little post by a fun-loving spunky gal in love with the quirky, the artsy and anything which inspires new creations. Read about her adventures on: spunktitud3.wordpress.com

2 thoughts on “Creamier – Ice Cream & Waffles in the Heartlands

  1. I love your blog! Your posts are always so beautiful and inspiring :) I am glad I got to discover you <3

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