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Food Review: Creamier | Best waffles in Toa Payoh

The Place I love desserts and enjoy discovering new dessert cafes or ice-cream parlors which explains my excitement when I discovered Creamier. Located in the sleepy neighbourhood of Toa Payoh Lorong 1, Creamier is certainly my new found gem for ice-cream. It is time to give Udders a run for their money after hogging the ice-cream scene these few years.

The interior is not big and can accomodate around 15 pax. You can laze the afternoon away by sitting at the side table and watch life unravel before you while having ice-cream and sipping coffee.
The Food There is a wide variety of ice-cream flavours to choose from, with the usual likes of Chocolate, Vanilla, Matcha and some localised flavour like Gula Melaka. My strong recommendation however is to try the Roasted Pistachio flavour which is one of the best I ever had. It is made from 100% pure Pistachio from Italy.

I was given a queue number while waiting for my order.

As a strong lover of Affogato ($5.50), the Espresso at Creamier is strong enough for my liking and it blended extremely well with the rich Vanilla ice-cream. This is definitely one of the best AffogatoI have tried in Singapore.

I have heard so much about the Waffles ($6.50 with a scoop of ice-cream, add $2 for additional scoop) at Creamier that I simply had to order it. The Belgium Waffles are done just right, not too bland but tasteful, which is perfect when I topped it with a double scoop of Roasted Pistachio and Chocolate ice-cream.

Will I return again? Yes. The Belgium Waffles and Roasted Pistachio ice-cream are enough reasons for me to return again!

TheRantingPanda says:
Taste bud: 4.5/5
Hole in the pocket: 3/5
Ambience: 3/5

Creamier
Blk 128, Toa Payoh Lorong 1 #01-835, Singapore 310128
Tel: +65 6250 1476

                                                                                                                                                                        

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