First dibs: Titus Low’s OnlyCreamery opens on 6 Sept 2022 with creamy ice cream balls and mochi waffles

Titus Low has sure made a name for himself in Singapore. Initially garnering widespread attention for his ventures uploading sexually explicit content on OnlyFans and selling sex toys modelled after his private parts, the infamous content creator has now widened his reach into the F&B industry with the opening of his new ice cream cafe, OnlyCreamery.

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Located in Chinatown, OnlyCreamery is founded by Titus and his friend and opened to the public on 6 September 2022 (aka 6/9, haha). The cafe, which is in collaboration with the people behind Hundred Acre Creamery, sells a huge range of ice cream flavours, from classics like Dark Chocolate Sorbet to more unique offerings, like Hojicha Mochi.

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OnlyCreamery presents a welcoming and vibrant yet minimalistic interior, with spacious areas for customers to enjoy their desserts.

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Choose from enticing ice cream flavours like Madagascar Vanilla & Biscoff, Sea Salt Caramel Biscotti, Roasted Black Sesame, Soursop Mint Sorbet and Mandarin. A single scoop costs S$5 while a double scoop costs S$9.

You can also opt for OnlyCreamery’s premium options, priced at an additional S$1, with flavours including Honey Chrysanthemum, Tiramisu, Roasted Pistachio and Ca Phe (Vietnamese premium filtered coffee).

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Choose to get Original Belgian Waffle or Coconut Pandan Waffle to go with your ice cream, priced at S$8 each. I tried four ice cream flavours: Rocher, Roasted Black Sesame, Roasted Pistachio and Strawberry Cheesecake, and was amused at how the ice cream balls were stacked on top of one another, resembling a mini snowman.

OnlyCreamery’s ice cream had a thick consistency and each flavour had a distinct taste. My personal favourite was the Rocher, which had a deep cocoa profile and little nibs of chopped hazelnuts speckled within.

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The Original Belgian Waffle was soft and fluffy with a crispy golden brown exterior. The Coconut Pandan Waffle was a delight, as it had a chewy, mochi-like texture and a fragrant pandan aroma.

Some may dismiss Titus Low’s venture into ice cream as nothing more than an attention-grabbing gimmick, but I was personally very impressed with the quality of the food and unique flavours at OnlyCreamery. With its pleasant atmosphere and reasonable prices, I would return to fill myself up with Titus’ creamy balls of ice cream.

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