I have to admit, whilst gin and finding a fancy bar for date night drinks is often a thing for Dr W and I. Sometimes we just don’t feel like drinking. That’s where dessert parlours like Creams come in.
Creams are a franchise of dessert parlours. You’ll see them up and down the country and they really are the place to check out if you’re looking for a sweet treat. Dr W and I went along to try our local one out just after it opened last year. But recently we were invited down to try out the brand new menu for Creams.
The new menu is a lot more streamlined and fresher looking. Compared to the menu which used to have photos in it and reminded me of dessert menus on holiday in Spain! It’s split out by sections from sundaes to waffles, with everything in between. You can also still create your own if you fancy changing up from something dictated by the menu.
I must admit I usually make my own but this time I chose to try a Chocolateer Sundae. Scoops of Malteser gelato, with soft serve and loads of chocolate sauce and shavings. It was rich, I couldn’t finish it all, but I did give it a good go! Dr W really liked the Malteser gelato.
Dr W picked something completely new off the menu, a Bubble Waffle. Specifically the More Oreo Bubble Waffle. Now I must admit I’m not usually a waffle fan, it’s a texture thing. But actually I was pleasantly surprised with the bubble waffle! I could easily see myself ordering one in the future. This one came with Oreo gelato and Oreo crumbs. It was heaven for any Oreo fan, Dr W was very quiet during the consumption! Haha!
All in all, whilst some may think the new menu is very much scaled down. I think it’s clearer and there are some great new things to try. I think Creams are on to a winner with the Bubble Waffles, we’ll definitely be back! Have you been to Creams before? What would you try out? Let me know in the comments,
P.S. Our dessert was on the house in return for an honest review. As ever all words, photos and opinions are my own.
P.S. Creams is located at 1 St Nicholas St, Worcester WR1 1UW.