The Daily Press just located the opposite block of Creamier. They are relatively new and I don’t see a lot of reviews about them yet. But nevertheless, opening of new cafes don’t go unnoticed by the media.
New cafes are often clean and spotless. The tables are freed of crumbs from previous customers but the thing I like most about new cafes are crisp and neat menus. They haven’t get defiled yet and I know it’s not the cafe’s fault if inconsiderate diners dripped coffee all over it. There isn’t much to choose from their two page menu. Sandwiches & Drinks along with some to share dishes like baked eggs & salads. Not very exciting if you ask me until I look through again and saw Babi Pongteh ($12.00) & Korean “Fried” Chicken ($12.00). Those are something you don’t see frequently. I didn’t try the former but I do know it’s the Nyonya version of Chinese braised pork. Pretty unique I must say.Coffee blends are from Liberty Cafe. I don’t know a lot about different blends but I do know how to appreciate a good cuppa when I drink one. I saw assorted cakes and tarts by the glass counter but our main agenda of the day: Try Creamier’s ice creams & waffles.
I could see myself dropping by this cafe, just sitting by the window with my favourite Cappuccino ($5.00) and watch the world go by. On a sidenote, if you’re planning to come here by train, alight at Braddell instead of Toa Payoh and walk through the HDBs.The Daily Press
126 Toa Payoh Lorong 1, #01-561
Tues to Suns: 10.30am to 9.30pm
Closes on Mondays