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belgian waffles with ice cream11 votes
sea salt gula melaka ice cream6 votes
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Lepak With Yaops
 • 17 Jul 2014 62 reviews 0 follower
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Creamier is situated in one of Singapore's oldest housing estate. Their specialty lies in their Belgium Waffles and home made Ice Cream.

Well, I thought that the ice cream tasted so-so in a good way, but the waffles was great. Golden crust on the outside, firm but yet soft on the inside. Together with the chocolate and caramel syrup, indeed match made in heaven!

More pics and thoughts at http://lepakwithyaops.com/creamier-waffles-paradise/
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Must tries: belgian waffles with ice cream, Thai Milk Tea

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Ala Carte, Alfresco/Outdoor Dining, Chillout, Relaxed, Vibrant/Noisy
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amie hu
 • 06 Jul 2014 12 reviews 9 followers
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Positioning themselves under a HDB estate block, Creamier has already become a popular among the locals. As overheard from one of the fellow waffle hunters: "Creamier has one of the best waffles in Singapore," he quips, then rattles on enthusiastically to rave about Stranger's Reunion's plain waffles and The Bravery's coffee. You can always find the truest opinions about what's brewing hot in town through conversations about cafe adventures.
 
Although the seating capacity looks like it has plenty to spare for an average cafe, it can hardly handle Creamier's rising popularity. If you have more than two, you either have to wait or dine alfresco at one of the nearby playground tables - which isn't too bad, actually.
 
Ice-cream and sorbet flavours manifests in colorful sprigs of summer, with Banana Chocolate Chip Crumble, Cookies and Cream, Plain Ole Chocolate, Thai Milk Tea, Summer Strawberries, and more.
 
Their price list and menu is neatly printed on a blackboard behind the counter for convenience.
 
I would not consider the seating to be comfortable because seats are really too jam-packed together...though it is indeed a necessary evil. Either way, looks like nobody is minding too much - everyone is willing to hunch their shoulders and knees to get a taste of the much-raved about Creamier waffles and ice-cream. There was a steady stream of customers even on a Wednesday night with many ordering takeaways.
 
As usual, I forgot my no-caffeine after 5pm curfew and went ahead to order a hot mocha. Their mocha is decent though not the best, bordering on a little too acidic. If you needed a caffeine fix then go ahead to get one for yourself.
 
How can one visit Creamier without its waffles with ice-cream? I didn't, and thankfully, because it was indeed one of the best waffles I've had in a while! This platter of yummilicious waffle goodness came with a generous scoop of Strawberry Lime Sorbet, a refreshingly saccharine accompaniment. The waffles were successful in its crispy crumbly exterior and it was really fragrant. Coupled with chocolate sauce and maple syrup, Creamier's waffles are definitely so memorable that will be recalled in the depths of a hungry night. The nearest MRT is Braddell station.

For full review and photos: http://www.amiehu.com/2014/05/creamier-toa-payoh.html
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chin chai jiak
 • 01 Jul 2014 31 reviews 0 follower
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I ordered their Waffle with Ice Cream ($8.50) with additional scoop of Ice Cream at mere additional $2.50 (+ $0.80 for premium flavor). Comparing to the recent waffles I had, creamier is really generous in term of portion of their ice cream and this is a great plus.


The waffle itself is slightly sweetened and the shape of the heating pan ensures that the waffle is crispy at every edges. I love the egg fragrance of Creamier’s waffle with it’s fluffy moist center that is good even without the ice cream. i thought it lived up to its name of “best waffle in Singapore”.
 
The sea salt Gula Melaka is definitely the icing on the cake that completes the great dining experience. The not overly sweet Gula Melaka flavour is well balanced with the salted taste and every mouthful is an enjoyment.


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Must tries: belgian waffles with ice cream, sea salt gula melaka ice cream

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