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Introduction
Holy Cow Creamery serves quality ice cream & sorbets made fresh in-house. continue reading
Opening Hours
Today
11:30 - 22:00
Mon
Closed
Tue - Thu
11:30 - 22:00
Fri - Sat
11:30 - 23:00
Sun
11:30 - 22:00
Payment Methods
Cash
Number of Seats
43
Other Info
Chill-out
Alfresco / Outdoor Seats
Restaurant Website
http://www.facebook.com/HolyCowCreamery.SG/
Review (5)
Level4 2016-05-01
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The outlet is located under a HDB block, across the street from the church. There is both outdoor and indoor dine in area. Besides ice cream, there is also a limited menu of drinks and snacks such as waffle and brownie.Crispy Chicken Waffle ($15.90)Oven 'Fried' Parmesan Chicken on top of Triple Cheese WaffleOnly available on weekends.I like the cheesy with a hint of spicy taste in the light fluffy waffle.NYMPH OF THE NILE Artisan Tea ($4.50) from Gryphon TeaThe tea tastes light with a hint of rose taste.Honeycomb Ice Cream ($3/ scoop)The ice cream was crunchy, without being too sweet. Just the right choice to have when the weather was so hot. continue reading
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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 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!Full Review at http://lepakwithyaops.com/holy-cow-creamery-waffles-ice-cream-cafe-in-yishun continue reading
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Level4 2014-12-03
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Holy Cow Creamery is new ice cream parlour situated in Yishun recently...Most of their flavours here are a bold mix of various ingredients, of cause you could choise to go ice cream in cones or waffles~ pretty flexible...  I order...Honeycomb with brownies --> Kinda sweet!! combination with brownies~ super duper sweet~ extremely for sweet-tooth people~ tasted like popcorns~ Miss Saigon with Waffles --> Interesting name but the flavor seem like typical coffee~ but it's light without being over sticky, smooth down  as well!! I am certainly recommend my friend to go & had a try~ continue reading
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For the full review and more photos, visit http://makanarts.com/2014/09/03/holy-cow-creamery-block-292-yishun-st-22/Cafes have been very scarce in the north, until recently a new slew of cafes started to open up there. Holy Cow Creamery is one of such that has recently open in Yishun.The menu. Ice cream is their specialty here, but they also sell waffles and drinks.The Waffles with Elvis ice cream ($7.50) is a nice combination to have. The waffles is crisp, not too soft and tasted not bad. The Elvis ice cream has a very rich taste of banana and peanut butter.Now that there are more cafes opening in the newer estates, people who live around the area will be able to visit them. If you are around the Yishun area, you can now enjoy a ice cream parlour right at your neighbourhood without having to travel far! continue reading
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