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Creamier is one of my favourite place to get my waffles and ice-cream cravings fix! They offers a huge selection of ice-cream flavours and their waffles are usually served crispy and hot, drizzled with honey and chocolate sauce and topped with the ice-cream of your choice.

It's my first time trying out their Hazelnut Milk Chocolate and to my surprise, it tasted exactly like a blended version of kinder bueno and ferrero rocher! Their Sea Salt Gula Melaka never fails to disappoint me.

I went during their peak hours and it took them a while to serve my waffles, which was surprisingly cold and not crispy. Felt like it was made beforehand and was left out in room temperature before being served to me. Maybe it was just my unlucky day? Nevertheless I'm definitely coming back for their ice-cream ๐Ÿ˜‹

Price: $3.50 (single scoop) / $6 (double scoop)
$13 (2 waffles + 2 scoops of ice-cream)

Had to get myself here since I was in the area and my evil friend just didn't want to be here when I was also in the area the other day. There is absolutely nothing not to love with this flavour; the richness of the hazelnut flavour is already a clear winner, while the milk chocolate here simply makes it more luscious without getting overwhelming.

After all the hype on which cafe serves the best ice cream waffles which are wallet friendly. We all come to a point where we judge which waffle batter is the best. Gotta say some are really normal and some are extra flavourful, fluffy and the ice cream goes really well together. What I can say is after tasting Creamier's, you will go back for it. Creamier's services are A+ and I love the sprinkles that went together with the waffles and ice cream. Didn't regret ordering 2 scoops of ice cream and will definitely be back for more. Thanks Creamier! ๐Ÿ˜„

mom craved waffles & ice cream late at night, so i had to seize the opportunity to bring my family to try the much-raved... creamier at toa payoh! located conveniently on the ground floor of a hdb block, i was captivated by the sketches of toa payoh which hung on the walls of the shop. we ordered the waffles with 1 scoop of earl grey, 1 scoop of plain ole chocolate ice cream. the scoops were definitely creamy (just as the name promised), rich in flavour and had just the right amount of sweetness. looks like we've found another family dessert place to hit up after a hearty meal! ๐Ÿจ๐Ÿ˜š

Underwhelmed by the ice cream and waffles. Ice cream was too sweet for my liking and too creamy. Also melted too fast. Crowded and squeezy. Don't think I'll visit again. My friend swears by this though I don't understand why

Their waffles never disappoint, warm and crispy on the outside, soft on the inside and paired perfectly with the coldness of the icecream. My Thai milk tea and hokey pokey were rich and flavourful without the overbearing sweetness ๐Ÿ’ฏ my only concern is, are their ice cream waffles worth the stress/confusion that comes with their space constraint and messiness of the entire shop/queue (because you have no idea who are queueing to buy and who are standing there waiting for seats). My verdict: a big fat YES

I've always wanted to go to Creamier ever since I heard that they had the same owner as Sunday Folks and boy did I not regret it!! We had Horlicks chocolate chip and matcha, and I really liked the former.

The waffles taste about the same- great, lovely, crispy, fluffy. Moreover, there's a greater variety of ice cream flavours that are more interesting, and the ice cream doesn't melt as fast as Sunday Folks', which is great for taking lots of photos. (I was very amused at the fact that the colour of our ice creams matched my friend's clothes and took many photos while he stared at it earnestly, wanting to start eating....)

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.

Pistachio single scoop at $4.50. The flavour is right, nothing else to add. ๐Ÿ‘ 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.

๐ŸดMy 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 โญ๏ธ 4.5/5 โญ๏ธ.
๐Ÿ“@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.