Creams Cafe Cheltenham Review

We were invited along to American style ice-cream parlour Creams Café at The Brewery Quarter Cheltenham.spray cans and creams lights

On the Menu at Creams Cheltenham

They have on offer a mouth-watering range of tempting deserts and the option to create your own – including gelato, waffles, sundaes, cookies, cakes and crepes; plus a variety of milkshakes, freakshakes, soda floats, slushies, vegan shakes, power shakes (protein drinks), smoothies, hot chocolates, juices, fizzy drinks, teas and coffee.

Creams Cheltenham Feel

Creams Café Cheltenham is a lovely space – with good colours and lighting that make it feel light and airy.  You are greeted by the boom-boxes hanging on the walls and the relaxed seating area with a mix of booths and couches are surrounded by walls decorated with Swiss graffiti art – a nod to Cheltenham’s popular paint festival and linking in perfectly with the brewery quarter’s own artwork.picture of an ice cream on the wall with a purple background

Our Visit to Creams Cheltenham

We were looked after by General Manager Andrea Hannis, who did an excellent job of ensuring that our visit was one that ensured that we would want to come back again soon. Andrea gave us some options of where we could sit and showed us where we could help ourselves to Creams Café themed napkins, cutlery and water. I think this is fantastic because my children can be very particular about their cutlery and I like how the water being self-service encouraged our children to go and drink some! Andrea explained that we could take as much time as we needed to peruse the menu (there are children’s menus but my boys can usually handle whatever food you throw at them), and then just order from the counter when you are ready.smoothie at creams cafe

We browsed the extensive menus and it really was a difficult choice but there really is something for everyone. We have been cutting back on sugar and seeing it as a treat so it was great that there were still options to be sensible such as the smoothie that my husband opted for. I also loved that both my drink and desert came with fresh fruit, which were sourced from local farms in Gloucestershire, I could really tell because they were so full of flavour.waffle with strawberries and bananas dripped in white chocolate and ice-cream

Everything was brought over to us in quick time and with such great service. We had a variety of drinks and desserts but to our surprise we just could not finish them. Anyway who knows me will know how unusual this is, never mind the boys. I absolutely hate waste and could feel myself not feeling right trying to stuff it in, with my husband telling me not to be so silly. But just then along came Andrea with the answer – we could take them home! Yes Creams Café offer a takeaway service so gave us what we needed to transport our leftover food home!chocolate waffle

Thoughts on Creams Cafe Cheltenham

Creams Café is definitely a great addition to The Brewery Quarter and good for a stand-alone treat or maybe for after you have been to the cinema, bowling or a visit to Mr.Mulligans.

ice cream and cookie dough with ice-cream

Open from 11am until 10:30pm, except on Friday and Saturday when it closes at 11:30pm

Creams Café, The Brewery Quarter, Unit D1, Block B, High St, Cheltenham GL50 4EF

01242 583222



We were invited to Creams Café in the Brewery Quarter Cheltenham for purposes of review. All opinions are honest and my own.

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