“… In that moment, I felt like the spoon was too tiny because I just wanted to have all that delicious creamy goodness in my mouth. All of it, all at once!”
I had heard a lot about Creamieland but had never been there. Each time I go to a new restaurant or hangout spot, the first thing I want to check out is the icecream and so it was a yes when CalabarBlog asked me to do a review of Creamieland’s creamy icecream.
Together with Peter, Chris and Dora, we drove to Creamieland. It’s at the topmost floor of a tall orange building. When we got in, it smelled as if they had just recently cleaned up the place. The room is painted in nice bright colors, and the paint on the wall looks like strawberry icecream.
Creamieland offers a range of servings like;
- Icecream with toppings
- Frozen Yoghurt
- Peppered Chicken
- And even Kilishi
I had a scoop of Pineapple Icecream with M&M’s chocolate, served in a nice, glass icecream cup. I have tasted other icecreams but this one was remarkable. The M&M’s made it look colorful; I didn’t get any brain freeze. The only problem was that I felt like the spoon was too tiny because I just wanted to have all that delicious creamy goodness in my mouth. All of it, all at once! Though the icecream made me thirsty, I still wanted more.
From where I sat, I had a clear view of Parliamentary road through the glass windows and high seats.
The staff were interactive, efficient and fast. Their uniforms were nice. I got some warm smiles and I noticed they cleaned up the spoons before using them to scoop any icecream….Neat! Even the Director, Mrs. Peace Emmanuel and Manager, Yinka were nice. Good customer service!
You could get a scoop or a combo of banana, chocolate, amaretto, chocolate, pineapple icecream (the list goes on) between N300-N350.
So if you’re looking for a new lit place to fly solo or hangout with a friend, checkout Creamieland Icecream Parlour at #15 Parliamentary Road Calabar, CRS, beside GT food plus.
Check out their social media handles:
Facebook: Creamieland Icecream Parlour Calabar
Reviewed by Mirabelle Morah for Calabar Blog Team