Holy Cow Creamery (Yishun)

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Yummy. Refreshing. Happiness. You can never go wrong with Ice Cream. Nestled amidst the quiet, laid-back charms of the old Yishun town, Holy Cow Creamery is our choice chill-out spot. Northerners now have a place to call their own, just a stone's throw distance from home. Enjoy the delicious ice cream concocted in our very own kitchen, paired with our crisp waffles. Come try our aromatic coffee and creamy milkshakes, while basking in the serenity of the neighborhood. Escape to the North for your dose of Ice Cream & good times. Recharge your happy meters at Holy Cow Creamery today. See you soon!

292 Yishun Street 22
Singapore 760292

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11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 11:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

11:30am - 10:00pm

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Creative favour Ice cream with crunchy waffle ,$5 above/ pax

Ice Cream texture was creamy and smooth. The level of sweetness works well for me.

Double Scoops of Ice Cream will cost $6.50 with Premium ones at an additional dollar. The Sea Salt Matcha caught my eye as I thought such a combination of Green Tea with hints of sea salt is rather special. The natural bitterness of Matcha added with salt was not too bad as a whole with sweetness other than the ice cream.

While the Creme Brûlée is also a premium selection among all the flavours. This French Classic dessert with caramelised sugar and biscuits is likewise addictive.

The classic Strawberry Milk is made of Japanese Milk and was light in taste which suits my style while the Hazelnut Crunch has a pleasant nut fragrant with Nutella swirls with caramelised biscuits in it.

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Golden waffle with 2 classic scoops @ $11 ($4.50 + $6.50)

The waffle is quite well made, good texture and smells good when served with the maple syrup, though it's not extraordinary.

Got the fior di latte (japanese milk) and chocolate chip mint flavours for the ice cream. The former is light and goes really well with the waffle. The latter is quite a standard choc chip mint flavour and tastes a little bit syrupy.

Generally not bad but nothing exceptional, good place to hang out in the neighbourhood.

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Very fluffy waffles and i love that it’s not eggy. Their rum & raisin ice cream is really good & the rum flavour was quite strong. Bought the voucher of 2 premium scoops from shopback for only $2 & it’s super worth it!!

This shop is located in a quiet neighbourhood in Yishun. It was not crowded when I went with my friend on a Saturday afternoon. Waffle is average, not the best I have tried. Earl grey lavender is my go-to ice cream flavour and it didn’t disappoint. I wouldn’t mind eating this again if I am nearby... I doubt I will specially make a trip down just for this.

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Visiting this hidden neighbourhood ice-cream parlour deep in the realms of Yishun comes with a sense of nostalgia to me; the simpler days of cafe-hopping where such new places pops up every couple of days under a HDB block, and the discovery of a new ice-cream parlour in Yishun — a first for the North, just brings back a lot of memories about carefree days for me.

There are some new offerings such as the Yakukt Cookies which I was rather tempted to try whilst skimming through the menu board in the queue to get a seat, but found myself ordering the Honeycomb and Mao Shan Wang to go together with the Golden Waffle when I was at the counter — both of which being flavours which I have tried very early on in the days when Holy Cow Creamery had just opened their doors. The Golden Waffle now pales in comparison to the other more stellar waffles that more recent ice-cream parlours serves up — their eggy rendition, whilst is still sufficiently dense and crisp, felt a tad bland when placed aside the more appealing buttermilk variety of waffles which seems more of a norm these days. But otherwise, the Honeycomb and Mao Shan Wang ice-creams are fairly consistent over the past couple of years — the Honeycomb Ice-Cream being a flavour with a milk base that comes with swirls of honeycomb that provides a contrasting hint of sweetness whilst being a milky, creamy and rich flavour. On the other hand, the Mao Shan Wang Ice-Cream carries that same level of pungency and buttery notes that made it so impressive, and reminds me much of the same when I have had it for the very first time; something that durians will never get enough of. That being said, perhaps its probably how I am getting older; found their ice-creams a little too saccharine this time round.

It’s interesting to see how time has past, and I am quite glad to see a crowd formed up in this otherwise quiet neighbourhood for waffles and ice-cream on a weekday night — a spot perhaps well-received and cherished by residents around it.

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