The Creamery Cafe (Newlands)

The Creamery Cafe (Newlands)
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Business meetings, Groups, Kids
Café fare, Light meals
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Critic's review

Nikita Buxton

While the star of the show here is the ice cream, this dessert parlour also makes a mean Belgian waffle, complete with your choice of ice cream scoop (or two), and toppings like peanut butter pieces, toasted almonds or roasted marshmallow, and a drizzle of chocolate or salted-caramel sauce. If waffles aren’t your thing, the brûléed banana sundae with your choice of scoop, a sprinkling of nuts, crunchy, caramelised banana and a rich, warm drizzle of salted-caramel sauce is a serious treat any time of day.

The Creamery has become known for their handmade ice cream that is made using seasonal and sustainably sourced ingredients. The scoops are creamy, with just the right amount of sweetness, and come in a colourful array of daily flavours. If you’re a purist, the sweet cream version is perfection. Alternatively, you’ll find the real-deal peanut butter, 65% chocolate, and salted caramel equally pleasing.

The team doesn’t stop at the classics; punchier flavour options include glorious malted chocolate, zingy lime chocolate chip, popcorn, lemon cheesecake, and apple crumble with roasted Pink Lady pieces and oat crumble.

Enjoy well-made coffee by Rosetta, teas, and of course thick and delicious milkshakes. Jugs of iced lemon water on the counter are there for thirsty customers to help themselves.

The fast-casual service makes this a stress-free outing. Grab and pay at the ice cream counter and wait for your order to be delivered – with a smile – to your table. Be sure to ask the friendly staff for a taster or two before deciding on your flavour ice cream.

Mint and white hues with flowers and succulents on each table gives this dessert café plenty of charm. Sit at the sun-soaked counter and enjoy the views of leafy Dean Street.

Take home a tub of your favourite ice cream – as well as homemade toppings – to enjoy from the comfort of your couch.

(August 2017)

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