Is there any coincidence that Titus Low (who made his fame previously from OnlyFans videos) named his first gelato café OnlyCreamery?

In the event if you are wondering “Who is Titus Low?”, the 22-year-old is an online personality who started being an OnlyFans creator and has moved on to being an influencer on YouTube, Instagram, and Tiktok with sizable followings.

And now boss of a gelato café in the heart of Chinatown at Temple Street.

Online controversies aside, this shop is a collaboration with Hundred Acre Creamery at Sunset Way, serving up scoops and waffles from noon till 11pm daily.

The space feels pretty welcoming, decorated with pastel colours and two main tables in the middle (with a mirror feature) that encourages groups of families and friends to gather.

In terms of gelato flavours, you get a range from the not-so-conventional to safe choices, from Strawberry Cheesecake, Rocher, Dark Chocolate Sorbet, Honey Chrysanthemum, Peanut Butter Banana, Ocean Blue, Tiramisu, Sea Salt Butter Caramel Biscotti to Roasted Black Sesame.

A single scoop goes for $5, double scoops at $9, with premium flavour at an additional $1. Customers can opt for a rosemary cone at $1.50 extra.

Worthy to note that as one of the co-owners is Vietnamese, there are various interesting Vietnamese influence on the menu such as Ca Phe flavour (Vietnamese filtered coffee).

The café also serves Vietnamese Drip Coffee ($5, $6 with ice) instead of the conventional espresso-machined pulled ones.

You may spot boss Titus Low behind the counter scooping. Interesting to note that while he makes his fame from being an online personality, he did look rather shy and soft-spoken in person.

I asked for his personal favourite recommendation, and it was Hojicha Mochi due to the light chewy rice cake pieces that are included within.

Indeed, I found that it had a pleasant roasted flavour of the Hojicha tea from Uji, velvety-smooth texture with bits of chewiness and hints of black sesame in between.

The Pistachio flavour was another enjoyable flavour.

While the colour was paler and not the usual nutty-textured sort as I initially expected, the gelato had a densely smooth consistency with a lovely ‘roastiness’ in the flavour.

You can get your gelato on top of Belgian Waffles ($8), Lava Cake ($10) or the signature Coconut Pandan ($8).

The Coconut Waffles was lightly crispy contrasted with sticky mochi in the middle, lined with fragrant gula melaka sauce.

My main feedback to the OnlyCreamery Gelato is that the flavours (especially signatures) are perhaps a “copy and paste” from Hundred Acre Creamery.

While I understand there are partners, there could be some exclusive flavours that are ’only’ available at OnlyCreamery Gelato.

The “Titus Low” fame can be a double-edged sword, with online comments quite divided – some showing support, while others think that this venture won’t last (along with the cream, scoop-related ‘jokes’).

All those aside, the space, some interesting gelato offerings and pandan mochi waffles are good enough reasons to check this dessert cafe out when you are in this part of Chinatown.

OnlyCreamery Gelato
36 Temple Street, Singapore 058581
Opening Hours: 12pm – 11pm (Mon – Sun)

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