176) Holy Cow Creamery: Waffles & Ice Cream Cafe In Yishun
It’s through sending my aunt home that allowed me to chance upon this waffle and creamery cafe at this part of Singapore! With a scarcity of cafes in Yishun/Sembawang, it’s no surprise that Holy Cow Creamery has a booming business. The cafe was packed, both indoor and outdoor, during my visit at 9pm on a Saturday night.
Holy Cow Creamery had their grand opening around September 2014 and has been a choice chill-out spot of Northeners!
Cafe hopping with my folks is definitely a moment to be treasured!
Holy Cow Creamery has a wide array of Ice Cream created with a bold mix of various ingredients to a few simpler ones to suit purists.
We had one of my all time favourite Iced Milk Tea and Miss Saigon made from the popular Vietnamese dripped coffee.
Creamy, smooth and balanced in flavour, thus earning a spot in my “Creameries & Waffles Worth Visiting” article!
Waffles had a crispy crust while soft and fluffy on the inside. Not the most fragrant I’ve had, yet satisfaction guaranteed.
Coffee here is served with beans from Santino. The latte ($4.5) had nutty and chocolatey notes, medium body and was suitable as a night drink (if you are intending to sleep).
The cafe was still filled to the bream when we left! Definitely a good addition to the north and what a way to end of the night!
Blk 292 Yishun St 22
Tue to Thu, Sun: 1100 – 2200
Fri & Sat: 1100 – 12am
Closed on Mon