Ice cream addicts in Toa Payoh will soon know June 30 to be a sad, sad day, when popular parlor Creamier shutters its very first space in the neighborhood for good on June 30. In a Facebook postÂ today, the brand announced its closure â€œwith a heavy heart,â€ reminiscing about â€œthat funny, tingly feeling of trepidation and excitement on the morning of 19 November 2011â€ when the shopâ€™s welcome sign went on for the first time.
Offering gratitude to its landlady, market neighbors, past and present staff, and customers, Creamier didnâ€™t cite a specific reason for its departure, but said that any leads for â€œa good spaceâ€ would be â€œmuch appreciated.â€
If youâ€™re heading down for one last scoop of nostalgia before the last day of operations, expect to see a special flavor concocted by the ice cream makers as a final farewell to commemorate its â€œlittle heartland shop.â€
But on the bright side, the joint will still be serving frozen treats at its Gillman Barracks and Tiong Bahru outlets.
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