You know a brand is successful when it sets foot regionally in more than three countries in eight states within the first five years. We are talking about Creamery Boutique Ice creams.
The idea was conceived and conceptualized in Thailand, and steadily made its way down south to Malaysia and now, Singapore in late 2016.
The franchise was brought onto our shores via the love story of two good looking people, Ms. Tan Chin Wan and her boyfriend.
Originally co-founded by another Singaporean in Thailand, Mr. Ian Lee, Creamery Boutique Icecream was destined and bound to be served on our tropical island sooner or later.
The flagship store in Singapore is located at 139 Tyrwhitt Road #01-03. It is about 10minutes walk from Lavender MRT (take exit B).
Time to burn off some calories while walking a nostalgic stroll towards Jalan Besar Stadium; where Creamery Boutique Icecream is diagonally situated from.
You shall then be greeted by their matriach teddy bear host at the entrance. (Awww..)
The ambience was crisp and clean. There was not any clutter in decor and they have a feature wall in a corner. A pyramid-shaped yellow space where you can pin up your pics or well wishes to the creamery team.
The modest 18-seater cafe was fully occupied throughout our habituate. Table-turnovers were quick to cater to new walk-in guests. And the staffs’ morale was very engaging and infectious.
We received a tip-off on their new flavor launch. Their molten lava cookies accessorized with their homemade icecreams. And no, it cannot get any Singaporean than this flavor, Salted Egg!
For this series, Creamery Singapore uses BOTH the egg yolk and egg white. Instead of using pre-made egg yolks, salted eggs are boiled fresh for the preparations. The yolk is used to filled its Volcano Lava Charcoal cookies and the egg white is used to create its Salted Egg White Ice Creams (interesting!). Hmm, Salted Egg Whites as the base ingredient for the icecream, instead of the yolks? Pondering with pleasure.
Anyway, the combination was served to our table on a whimsical wooden tray which reminded you that this is only possible because “two people fell in love”. Awww.
The charcoal cookie on the hot little cutesy pan was of considerable size, which visibly was another “awwww-that’s-really-sweet” moment. These are freshly baked cookies and you will know it mostly from its texture (and their open concept preparation area that they have behind their counter). That is how confident they are with their products; fully visible to the customers when preparing.
The server will be there to serve you the icecream to top the cookie. So, be sure to be ready with your tech gadgets to capture all of the crowning glory.
The moment the Salted Egg ice creams landed on the cookie, it erupted with Salted Egg yolk. Strangely enough, the seducing ooze is your appetizer to dig in.
And like icing on the cake, the dish was garnished with caramel drizzle and Salted Egg White solid crumbs. All organic and unwasted. If the egg shell can be consumed, it would probably be part of the setting too!
The amount of Salted Egg is uncompared to others we have tried on a single dessert and thus, you can only imagine how it did taste. We will be the first of Singaporeans to exclaim, “Steady Bom Pi Pi!” It really encompasses the essence of everything salted egg.
The icecream was not overpowering with its sweetness, which is good for everyone. Plus, the cookie itself was doughy and chewy, making the enzymes in your mouth appreciates the fullness of its body. (Awwww..)
The Lychee Soda that we ordered was also refreshing and natural. Definitely neutralizes the weight of the consumption so you would not get too “jelak” or desensitized, and ready for the next plate.
We went over to the ice cream bar to choose our next flavor and it was a pleasantry that you can sample which ones of the 12 available flavors to decide on. They have 60 on the list but rotates them occasionally.
All the recipes are authentic to the original paper in Thailand, to maintain its standard consistency throughout borders. Miss Chin Wan herself was in Thailand for more than two weeks learning ‘bootcamp’ to digest the recipe and execute it with two thumbs up.
The menu was clear, simple and straightforward. It will cost you an average of $10/pax or if you are sharing, $10/infinity. Trust us, you would NOT want to share something good on a plate, so get yourself your own plate. (Awwwww.. you know you saw that coming.)
You do have a free flow of tapwater at their condiments counter. It is self-service, but don’t forget to leave some tips to their friendly service. A small tip goes a long way. Remember, this is where two people fell in love and you want to be a part of it. Awww melts like icecream.
Creamery Boutique Icecream is open everyday of the week except Thursdays, from 11am to 10pm.
You can visit the Creamery Boutique Icecream Facebook page for more features.
Indulge yourself in endless awestruck and proceed down to Creamery Boutique Icecream today.
P/s: We are giving away 3x vouchers to lucky lovebirds for a date here. (Awww) Like our facebook page and checkout the details of this giveaway
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