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Holy Cow Creamery is nestled in the heartland of Yishun, the store stands out from its neighbours with its washed-out brick walls and vintage toy decor. It’s pretty obvious so you won’t miss it. The only gripe I have is that the seats are not that comfortable and there’s not much ambience to speak of.
We tried their Cafe Latte ($4.50) and waffles with two scoops of ice cream; Elvis (their recommended flavour) and Pistachio ($11).
The waffle was fresh, made to order (we had to wait a while for it) and it came piping hot drizzled with maple syrup and icing sugar. Not too thick, the waffle base was crisp on the outside, fluffy on the inside and the crispiness held up well even with ice-cream sitting on it.
The Elvis was a delicious blend of banana, peanut butter and chocolate that was surprisingly not as sweet as it sounds. The mellowed sweetness of the banana and slight saltiness of peanut butter contrasted with the cloying sweetness of maple syrup on the waffle and a hint of chocolate presented a mix of different flavours with each bite.
The pistachio, on the other hand was rich, creamy and nutty. While not as sweet as the Elvis, it complemented the maple syrup-drenched waffle well. Anyway, the waffle is best eaten while it is hot. Their latte was not too bad, pretty smooth and creamy.
If you are staying around the Yishun area, this is a good place to hang out.
Holy Cow Creamery Information:
292 Yishun St 22 #01-291, Singapore 760292
Tue - Thu: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm
Fri - Sat: 11:00 am - 12:00 am
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