Creamier (Toa Payoh)

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~$5/pax
In life, it is the simple pleasures that matter. Creamier sets out to offer inexpensive luxuries everyone can afford - honestly good handmade ice cream and coffee.

131 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh
#01-02
Singapore 310131

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Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Wednesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 11:00pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

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Creamier has moved to a new outlet in Toa Payoh! The new outlet is more spacious and has more seats, but it was still very crowded when I went on a Sunday night. I’m a HUGE fan of chocolate peppermint, so I was pleasantly surprised when I saw that there was not one but two variations of the flavour - oreo mint and peppermint chocolate!! 😍 Oreo mint is mint ice cream with oreo bits, while Peppermint chocolate is a dark chocolate base infused with peppermint. While both were really nice, I decided on the former because I really like how refreshing the mint ice cream was! And it was paired with warm, crispy waffles and drizzled in maple syrup and chocolate πŸ‘πŸΌ We had to wait around 20minutes for the waffles though....but it’s well worth the wait!!

back here for the 12345th time and it still amazes me!!! the waffles here are just the right texture and taste and the ice cream is just as gooood!!! my favourite flavour is pistachio because it is really rich and fragrant πŸ˜† do try the dark chocolate one too, super satisfying (β€˜:

very affordable, only about $10 for double scoops on waffle (β€˜:
a solid 11/10, must-try!!!!!!

So happy that creamier reopened just across the road from their flagship branch with a significantly upgraded seating area!! We came at 5.45pm-ish and didn’t have to queue or wait for a seat at all. The offerings are just as they were before - same flavors, same standard of taste, just the way we like it! As always, I recommend the rich & nutty pistachio ice cream with an order of waffles, which are made on order. The rum and raisin was a little sweeter than we remembered, so maybe give it a miss if you’re a fan of more natural flavors.

And they’ve re-opened this Oct 19 with a bigger, newer space just across the road from the previous location.
Notwithstanding, @creamier_sg has been standing strong with consist crowd here in TPY. Patrons can now get a table with lesser difficulty now that it’s bigger. Amongst their many ice cream flavours, their roasted pistachio remains our favourite of all time.

πŸ’Έ $12.20
+ $1 for each premium flavour

We choose our favourite roasted pistachio and tried the butterscotch almond ice cream

Their waffles taste the best in SG (to me) and the roasted pistachio ice cream is so fragrant and creamy πŸ‘πŸ»

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Its great to see Creamier back in Toa Payoh again; not only that, but just a stone's throw away from their former location at Blk 128 Lorong 1 Toa Payoh. Moving into a new HDB estate just across the road, Creamier is all that we remembered β€” that includes the small shop space (albeit more spacious considering how there seems to be a bigger gap in between tables now for more privacy; just less claustrophobic than before) and the long queues snaking within the shop itself.

Had to give the Buttermilk Waffles a go; pretty much the go-to waffle that we have always known, though this time sitting atop a disposable plate β€” the waffle is crisp on the outside and plush in the inside, wafting of a buttermilk fragrance while the chocolate sauce and maple syrup helps to elevate the aroma even further. Going for the Chng Tng Sorbet, the sorbet is churned with dried longan for light and refreshing note reminiscent of the local dessert with a bite; a contrast to the classic Sea Salt Gula Melaka which carries a deep sweetness with a balanced note of saltishness β€” simple yet satisfying, and a flavour that is well-associated with the brand these days. Still the spot to head to for satisfying ice-cream and waffles in the heartlands β€” that is considering if one exercises some patience and is able to make a little sacrifice to comfort whilst dining in

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