78 Yong Siak Street
#01-18
Singapore 163078

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Wednesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Thursday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Friday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Saturday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Sunday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday:
12:00pm - 10:00pm

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We were having dinner in the Tiong Bahru area and we decided to pop by Creamier for dessert as we were in love with their ice creams after having paid their Gilman Barracks outlet quite a few visits. We visited before 8 pm so it was still pretty empty, but when we left, it was getting rather crowded with the post-dinner crowd.

Creamier's waffles are served in the form of two smaller square pieces! They are also slightly fluffier than those at many other dessert parlours and because they are also more airy, you won't become as full from the waffles! Highly recommend although we think it is quite difficult to eat the waffles since they are stacked on top of each other with the ice creams placed on top. Do move the ice cream scoops to the side before attempting to eat the waffles!

For the ice cream, Earl grey lavender was great although the Earl grey flavour was far more pronounced. If you are not a fan of bergamot, definitely dont think you should be getting this flavour. The pistachio scoop was also fairly concentrated, and we liked the nutty flavour of the scoop. Both scoops also melted pretty slowly, so we could actually have our ice creams over a conversation and there was no rush at all! ๐Ÿ˜‹๐Ÿ˜‹

Sadly, quite a few flavours were sold out when we reached and we were disappointed that the flavours were pretty limited. Hope to see more flavours next time!

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I havenโ€™t been to creamier in an extremely long time, and even then, Iโ€™ve only patronised the older Braddell outlet which shut its doors a while back. The current outlets at Gillman Barracks, Yong Siak St, and Toa Payoh have become inconvenient for me. Knowing that I would be in the Tiong Bahru area, I knew that I had to try this again.

I have been telling people that the one of the best ice cream waffles combination Iโ€™ve had was at creamier, even though it was at an already shut outlet a long long time ago. So I was apprehensive having to try it again, at a different location after so long. All the apprehension was eased when i took the first bite. The airy and fluffy buttermilk waffles continue to live up to its standard. Waffles were fresh, crisp, and just so aromatic. In fact, I thought the quality and texture of the ice cream has improved from before. I went for 2 flavours โ€” Earl grey lavender and blue pea vanilla. I understand that Earl grey lavender is one of their signature flavours (and was also recommended by the staff), but I did think that the flavour was a bit too sweet for my palate, albeit the very well-balanced Earl grey tea and lavender nodes. Ironically, I was more drawn to the blue pea vanilla, which had a very creamy vanilla taste. I was most mindblown by the textures of both ice cream scoops. I mean, could it get any creamier? Each scoop was so creamy, giving off a sufficient chew to each bite, yet still making it feel delightful on the tongue. One of the best textured ice creams Iโ€™ve had.

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Seasonal flavour
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Homemade chocolate sponge mixed with dark couverture chocolate, and brandied cherries from France
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Seasonal flavour
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Fragrant spiced shortcrust biscuits blended with caramel, cream, cinnamon, nutmeg, ginger, and cloves
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I chose dark chocolate peppermint + earl grey lavender. It was great ๐Ÿ˜‹

National Day Edition: Kopitiam Series
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Creamier x Kim Guan Guan Collaboration
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Light creamy ice-cream with pandan flavour; made from scratch with fresh pandan leaves and caramelised coconut milk, and a generpus dose of buttered toast made from traditional kopitiam white bread
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