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While we have seen many ice cream businesses come and go in Singapore, Creamier has been around since 2011 when they first opened their doors in Toa Payoh, one of Singapore’s oldest heartland estates. 

Creamier’s vision is to bring quality and affordable ice creams to the neighbourhoods, which is why you don’t find any overpriced, fancy schmancy ice cream here that only looks good on Instagram. 

Ice creams are handcrafted in small batches daily in Creamier’s onsite kitchens, using the best quality ingredients sourced from various parts of the world. Ice cream pints are also available for takeaway and one will find plenty of Asian-inspired flavours such as Sea Salt Gula Melaka, Thai Milk Tea, Kaya Toast, Japanese Green Tea, Pulut Hitam, etc. Take your pick and enjoy! 

My family and I patronise Creamier at least once a month because we love the warm and crisp waffles that go really well with the ice cream. 

 

Creamier at Gillman Barracks is located away from all the hustle and bustle. Perfect place if you want to unwind with a couple of scoops of ice cream in a moment of solitude. 

 

18 ice creams to choose from! Feel free to ask the scooper for a taster before you make your final decision. 

 

The blue pea vanilla ice cream is always a popular choice at Creamier and costs a dollar more under the Premium selection, but it’s oh so worth it! 

 

Creamier’s fluffy waffles are also very popular especially when you top them off with a scoop or ice cream or two. Pure bliss! Just make sure to stop by early as the last order for waffles is around 30 to 45 minutes before closing time. 


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