There's almost always a crowd at this stall waiting for the next flavour of fresh piping hot muffins to be out of the oven. Fluffy with a crisp top best eaten hot. Best part is that the baker is so busy he keeps his drawer of cash opens and u take your own change. Talk about trust lols.
This plate of fried carrot cake is unlike your normal ones. As you can see, the carrot cakes are fried in a way that it's served with the carrot cakes in these 'circular' shapes and not separated. Idk how to appreciate this crispy version. Maybe that's why they are included in Singapore Michelin Bib Gourmand Guide 2016.
A bowl of kway teow and noodles with perfect succulent bouncy fish balls. I think this would taste better with chili but i don't eat those. This one really lives up to its name on having one of the best fish ball noodles in Singapore. I wouldn't recommend people to come down specially for this though.
Though Creamier trumps in the number of ice cream flavours offered, I'm still partial to the Earl Grey Lavender which Sunday Folk's also has. Waffles and ice cream were just as amazing, but I will return to Sunday Folks instead just because their space feels less cramped.
I must say the combination of these two is a smart move!
Imagine a thick gravy-like consistency for the salted egg sauce with a spicy kick from the chilli padi & crispy bits of cereal to add some texture & crunch to the sauce.
They have officially upped the game for salted egg fries!
#Burpproved #frydaywithfries #frydaywithamd #吃western
Pistachio single scoop at $4.50. The flavour is right, nothing else to add. 👍 will definitely be back to try other flavours and hopefully it will not be that crowded.
Waffle with Black Forest Ice Cream ($10)
Walked in eager to fix my waffle cravings, and walked out a happy man. Every element in this dish was just extremely well executed - waffles were crisp on the outside and fluffy on the inside, while the ice cream was just gloriously smooth. I liked that the waffles remained crispy even when covered with melted ice cream, making it that much more enjoyable.
Can't think of how many calories is in this, but with food so good, I'd say it's worth it.
🍴My go-to place when I think of good waffles & ice cream. They have def mastered the crispiness & flavor of their waffles. Paired with creamy & well-executed ice cream (the Earl Grey is still one of my fav), Creamier always draws me back despite the cramped sitting & queues ⭐️ 4.5/5 ⭐️.
📍@creamier_sg, Blk128 Toa Payoh Lorong 1 #01-835 S310128
The former is a limited edition flavour created in collaboration with Willin Low from Wild Rocket, and whilst the dark soya sauce leaves its slightly savoury and oil-slick mark on your lips post spoonful, it's a largely straightforward rich and Tempeh-nutty chocolate affair.
Cut into the crisp exterior of fresh and fluffy Belgian waffle that's already enjoyable as is. A ring of chocolate sauce with artfully drizzled syrup enhances its lightly sweet and eggy flavours. The large scoop that rests upon it soaks in, while the edges of the bed of warmth remains crisp. Our choice of Earl Grey Lavender carries the scent of light tea with a richly creamy, milky indulgence, sending you off with the lingering aftertaste of lavender. One of town's better ice cream and waffles for the boy 👦🏽
Although i feel like it is quite reasonable for this price, but i wish they added more sides like fries. Anyways the chicken was grilled perfectly with the charred surface and the tender meat beneath. This was served with mashed potatoes and purple coleslaw.
Waffles were crispy outside, soft and moist inside! One of the best waffles I have tried. The maple syrup and chocolate sauce also helped to make the waffles less dry.
The roasted pistachio ice cream was fragrant and creamy, with real pieces of pistachio inside😻 I would like to try the Earl grey lavender ice cream and Thai tea ice cream next time!
Price : $10