Creamier to shut its pioneer outlet in Toa Payoh by July, special flavour to commemorate
The chain's other two outlets in Gillman Barracks and Tiong Bahru will remain open.
Ice cream parlour Creamier announced on this afternoon (Mar 19) the closure of its pioneer branch in Toa Payoh by July.
No reasons were given for the shock closure of the outlet, which first opened at Toa Payoh Lorong 1 in November 2011.
In a post on Instagram, Creamier Handcrafted Ice Cream and Coffee thanked customers, neighbours and their landlady.
"It is with a heavy heart that we write this note to announce the closure of our Creamier Toa Payoh shop on 30 June 2019. We still remember that funny, tingly feeling of trepidation and excitement on the morning of 19 November 2011 as we hung our shop’s welcome sign for the very first time."
"Our gratitude goes to our landlady, who has given us this opportunity to fulfill a dream to spread happiness through ice creams, to our market neighbours who have shared their fresh produce with us, and to everyone who has passed through our tiny doorway over the last 88 months."
Before the shutters fall for the final time, Creamier teased a special ice cream flavour arriving soon "to commemorate our little heartland shop".
"What we will definitely miss the most is the community - from the kids running around, the friendly faces of our neighbours, and our regulars whose favourite ice cream flavours we know by heart."
Creamier's other two outlets in Gillman Barracks and Tiong Bahru are unaffected by the closure.