You may have noticed that our Tiong Bahru shop has a varied approach to its coffee and tea program as compared to our Toa Payoh and Gillman Barracks outlets.
“Crispy on the outside, soft and fluffy on the inside” is how customers would often describe our golden waffles.
One of our Throwback Flavours that is making a comeback in our shops is Pulut Hitam, a classic Peranakan dessert made with home-cooked black glutinous rice and coconut milk.
What is a cake tart? The idea came up one day as we were brainstorming for a new warm product that would pair well with our ice creams,
At Creamier, we have always believed in the lasting impression of a simple moment.
We’re really excited to finally open at the charming enclave of Tiong Bahru.
A Design Film Festival (DFF), Asia’s first film festival dedicated to screening films that focus on design and its subculture, is making its return in Singapore for the seventh edition.
Our perennial favourite – Roasted Pistachio is made with 100% pure Pistachio nut paste from Italy’s Emilia-Romagna region, where quality of ingredients and sustainability form the core of our producer’s business.
Even though Creamier’s core focus is on our handcrafted ice creams, we really love our coffees too. We believe that every offering within our cafe must be of quality and well-made.
In conjunction with the Wallpaper* Handmade On Tour 2017 exhibition, Creamier has worked with the Wallpaper* team to concoct a Charcoal Black Sesame ice cream.
Exciting News: Be expectant for our new outlet that is opening at Yong Siak Street, a quaint residential neighbourhood that has over the years, evolved into a trendy spot that features independent retail shops and specialty cafes.
As we bid goodbye to our exhibition with Urban Sketches, we welcome a fresh look with the new exhibition with Organisation Of Illustrators Council, titled, “Moments Of Happiness”.