Creams Celebrates New London Openings with Free Ice Cream

You’ve probably noticed, but it’s been rather hot of late, so news of two new ice cream parlours opening in London ought to be music to your ears, especially since they’re giving away free ice cream!

Famed for their flamboyant serves, from huge ice-cream sundaes to American-style waffles and milkshakes made from your choice of chocolate bar – Creams dessert cafe is launching two new branches August, adding to the 30 sites it has across greater London already.

To celebrate, the franchise is giving away 5,000 free scoops of gelato at Creams Morden and Creams Old Street, as well as two-for-one on all gelato scoops.

To get your free ice cream, just like the Creams Morden Facebook and Instagram pages, or the Creams Old Street Facebook and Instagram pages, depending on your nearest branch, then pop in to show the team your proof.

Creams is launching new dessert cafes in Morden and Old Street with free ice cream giveaways

Creams is launching new dessert cafes in Morden and Old Street with free ice cream giveaways

Creams Morden, located on the high street, opens on 17 August, offering free gelato from 17-20 August and two-for one scoops from 17-23 August. The vibrant, colourful cafe, with its trademark nod to retro 1950s Americana, will be open from 11am-11pm.

Creams Old Street – the first branch in the City – offers a new grab-and-go kiosk concept, open from 11am to 5am, with delivery also available via Just Eat, Deliveroo and Uber Eats. The kiosk launches on 19 August, offering free gelato on 19 & 20 August and two-for one scoops from 19-25 August.

Creams not only makes its own gelato daily in east London, the dessert cafe can also make all of its tasty treats vegan. So, if you want that free scoop, fire up those apps and like @creamscafemorden and/or @creamscafeoldstreet on Facebook and Instagram (one free scoop per customer).

Creams Morden, 23 London Road, Morden SM4 5HT
Creams Old Street, 229 Old Street EC1V 9HE; creamscafe.com



 

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