Halloween treats at Creams London

Make a day of it in London for Halloween and stop by Creams Cafe for Insta-worthy sweet treats.

Choc Horror

Choc Horror: Pistachio gelato and raspberry sorbet paired with milk chocolate sauce and sliced strawberries, topped off with cookie crumbs, orange Halloween sprinkles and a Creams Halloween wafer. £5.95

The Monster: A Creams waffle topped with Ferrero Rocher gelato drizzled in white chocolate sauce and covered in orange Halloween sprinkles and a Creams Halloween wafer and a choice soft-serve ice cream or whipped cream. £6.95

The Mummy

The Mummy: A banana filled crêpe topped with coconut gelato and covered in orange Halloween sprinkles, finished with a Creams Halloween wafer and soft-serve ice cream or whipped cream.  £7.95

Creams Café is at The London Bridge Experience and makes its own gelato ice cream at its production facility in east London and offers an unrivalled range of delicious, freshly prepared treats, including cookie dough, crêpes, and waffles.

The café is also offering its exclusive dessert, The Scorpion Challenge (£8.95), which features creamy vanilla ice cream, topped with strawberries, strawberry ‘blood’ and real-life crunchy scorpions for a spooky “sweet and sour” delight. Creams Café at The London Bridge Experience will also be offering the ultimate ‘Scream and Creams’ package, providing guests with priority entrance to the award-winning London Bridge Experience and a Creams dessert from £37.95 for adults, and £32.50 for juniors.

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Founded in 2008, Creams celebrates the fun, colourful and delicious. At its 88 cafes across the UK, customers can enjoy a wide range of delicious freshly prepared desserts ranging from waffles and crêpes to puddings and sundaes. All desserts, many of which can be made vegan, feature Creams’ own gelato which is produced daily in East London.



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