Honey Creme

LG/F TriNoma, EDSA cor. North Ave., Quezon City, Metro Manila

Honey Creme
3.7
3.5 Stars

21 Reviewers

  • 5 stars 3
  • 4 stars 12
  • 3 stars 2
  • 2 stars 4
  • 1 star 0
  • 21 Reviews
  • 16 Recommend
  • 21 Reviewers
Category:
Dessert
Business Hours
Open: 10:00a - 9:00p

Hours

  • Sunday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Monday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Tuesday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Wednesday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Thursday
    • 10:00a - 9:00p
  • Friday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p
  • Saturday
    • 10:00a - 10:00p

Payment Options

Cash

Most Recent Reviews

Clarinne R.
4.0 Stars

The place may be a bit small but for an ice cream parlor that serves only ice cream, it was fine. Their soft-serves might be pricey but it was totally worth it! I ordered their best-seller, the Comb Honey and my taste buds kept on craving for it!

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Jah P.
5.0 Stars
2

When you're craving for ice cream and coffee at the same time, head to Honey Creme real quick. Nomnom!

Tried Honey Creme's Original Cotton Candy Affogato. The taste of the coffee was too strong yet it balances with the ice cream and cotton candy.

Thumbs up to the staffs who were very attentive to our needs and friendly.

I liked the theme of the place. Very much pleasing and happy! Yellow! 128155 The temperature was good and I so, so like their playlist! Haha! And hiw can I forget their swing! Awesome!

Overall, Imma give them ☆☆☆☆☆

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Migs C.
2.0 Stars

What the.... This is ice cream?

Blandest soft serve ever.

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Em D.
2.0 Stars

What is up with that texture???? 128555 I just got the plain one so I could compare it with Milkcow and appreciate the flavor and the soft serve. It was so grainy I thought they mistakenly put bits of honey or whatever. 128555

I thought it would be as good as Milkcow but NOPE 128546

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Mary Margaret M.
4.0 Stars
2

I will always have place in my tum tum for ice-cream. 128523 Went to check out all the fad about this purely organic soft serve ice cream. No added sugar, preservatives, stabilizer, artificial colouring or flavouring. #HoneyCreme #Rudolph #LatePost

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Mica C.
3.0 Stars

Honey Creme is settled in a more quiet part of Trinoma making it a good venue for meaningful conversations. After browsing for good finds at Fully Booked , the bf and I scouted for a better area to talk. Surprisingly, Trinoma wasn't filled with people for a Saturday afternoon. You can't miss Honey Creme with its giant swing set at the foreground, enticing many selfies. Its a South Korean ice cream dessert with outrageous options to partner its ice cream base such as cottoncandy and caramel popcorn.

We ordered a cup of Rock Salt Dark Chocolate to share. At the first few bites it was really good, the salt balancing the sweetness of the ice cream. But halfway into the dessert, it was a bit hard to finish, despite being a dessert fan. A bit 'nakakaumay'. To be honest its good, I just need to have the right palate for it and be used to the taste. I'm sure it may be more suitable for someone who would appreciate this interplay of flavors.

Its a good place to catch up with friends with more seats at the back, Especially if you are feeling a bit adventerous.

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Quinto L.
2.0 Stars

After having an incredible experience at Milkcow, Honey Creme looked like it could go toe-to-toe. Unfortunately, it didn't and I found myself struggling to eat my 175php ice cream.

I ordered their chocolate beans, I was confused as to what a chocolate bean actually is so I asked. They said it was like choco puffs like cereals. It wasn't, not even close. The taste was similar to the beans in halo-halo just coated in chocolate that you can't taste. It was chewy rather than crisp as I was expecting. I probably should have gotten something else.

After the disappointment that is chocolate beans, I decided to just eat the ice cream. I didn't like the ice cream though. It was pleasant at first, light and not to sweet. The texture, however, is horrible as it felt grainy. It wasn't to creamy as well, it's like a cross between soft serve and shaved ice, that's what it felt like.

I'll give them the benefit of the doubt, maybe we went at a bad time or something. I definitely was misled to order the wrong thing. I'd say that it's worth trying for yourself, just don't make it a priority.

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Monique F.
4.0 Stars

I've had a deal-hunter phase these days and I think it started with Honey Creme's deal on Deal Grocer with P300 worth of ice cream for P180. With a steal like that for a place my boyfriend and I were curious to try, I didn't have to think twice. (Though I regret not getting more than one now, in retrospect.)

My honey and I decided to claim these on Valentine's Day for a sweet ending to our V-day lunch. The area wasn't too full, but a big group came in and took the chairs in the back so we had to stick to the tables for two next to the mirror. The place itself is quaint with a nice atmosphere, clean area and I would personally give it plus points for the cute and whimsical little swing they have next to the counter.

Being a chocolate lover, my honey got the Rock Salt Dark Chocolate while I got the Raw Honey as I learned my lesson with the honey comb from my first visit to the Eastwood branch. With the nature of most couples' relationships, we tried our own orders then we tried each other's. It was funny that we both liked the other's more than what we originally ordered, so we ended up swapping.

We both found that the Raw Honey was good and added an additional dimension with the distinct milky flavor of their organic ice cream, but it was a little too sweet for my taste. On the other hand, my boyfriend loved it -- especially when he got the chunk of honey from the bottom of the cup when it settled on the bottom.

For the Rock Salt Dark Chocolate, we both liked the quality of the dark chocolate, the contrast of the salt to the ice cream and the overall flavor. My boyfriend found the chocolate in the bottom a little too bitter though while I loved its contrast to the creaminess of the ice cream (though I had to get a bit of his ice cream once in a while to offset the bitterness with the honey's sweetness).

If there's anything the both of us would complain about, it would be the size and the fact that the center of the ice cream tower was hollow when swirled out. It disappointed my boyfriend, but he just loves his ice cream that much.

Would we go back? Maybe if there was another deal or if we had a craving. But otherwise, I would probably go to a place that gave me a little more value for my money if I wanted ice cream.

Overall though, it was a good experience and one we will keep with us if we ever go back to Trinoma again and look for a good ice cream place.

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Hosea I.
4.0 Stars

The cup is quite bigger than the other ice cream place I've tried, but still pricey.

I loved the creaminess and thickness of the ice cream. But I can't say this is my fave ice cream.

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Jayne Marie W.
4.0 Stars

Honey Creme is a nice welcome treat for all the sweet loving foodies in the metro. Ice cream always give you happiness and it did with Honey Creme.

What’s the craze all about? It’s for all these soft serve ice-cream! Of course, soft serve ice-cream is unlike normal ice-cream, and I feel that it doesn’t take much to necessarily make it good. I enjoyed the rich taste of the soft serve ice cream. Very rich, a little too much for me that I couldn't finish a whole cup, but I still enjoyed it. The special thing here are the toppings.

Honestly though, if you ask me, I will not line up if it's more than ten to fifteen minutes wait. It wasn't so mind blowing that I will stay there for more than that. Although it is a nice treat though. I would suggest that you go there on a non-peak hour or wait a couple of weeks to avoid the rush.

Down side is it's pretty expensive for a soft serve ice cream. It was too expensive for a soft serve ice cream that.
If you love ice cream but you want a healthier not so sinful version then this is a must try.

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EJ B.
5.0 Stars

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Jette J.
5.0 Stars

I love soft ice creme so I tried this place. I ordered rock salt with dark chocolate. yum! Just enough sweetness and the rock salt blended well with the dark chocolate. Will definitely come back to try the cotton candy next time.

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April H.
2.0 Stars

There is ALWAYS room for dessert! I have to review this now, because it's timely!128514

As a meal isn't complete without a sweet ending, we opted to try Honey Creme that night... This is one of those places which you either really like or truly dislike, especially given the hype around milky soft serve ice cream...

Having tried the Milk Cube from Milk Cow months ago, we knew that we should steer clear from the honey cube... It is not a good idea guys! It's waxy and sticks to the roof of your mouth and you will have to spit it out-- wa poise! Plus it adds a good P60 to an already expensive dessert...

So, we opted for the original honey creme in a cup... I really wanted to like it, I really did... But I didn't... It had a weird, sort-of grainy texture that sort of bothered me... It was milky, but that was it... In a battle of Milkcow vs Honey Creme, I prefer Milkcow...

But Jollibee's soft serve is better than both of these overpriced soft serve ice cream brands, IMO... At about 1/5 of the price... Not something I would come back for, honestly...

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Reicell P.
4.0 Stars

first time !!! my first ice cream in 2016 and it was worth it i ordered organic grains and its not really so much sweet that your throat will hurt . just the store needs to offer water bcos if u eat something u need to push water with it haha!!

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Tan M.
4.0 Stars

Creamy as my life.127846128076🏻128525

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Ig Plummer S.
4.0 Stars

I like this ice cream. Its not that sweet. Kind of a splurge but its okay.

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Mj D.
4.0 Stars

Quite pricey 128513128513
But its okay as long masarap,hala bili 128522

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Anly S.
4.0 Stars

I、ve tried the original honey creme. Im not a fan of icecream! I fell inlove with this softserved ice cream since it's not too sweet and tasted just right. Can't wait to try out other flavors 128525

It's a bit pricey but worthnit 128584128079🏻

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Debi C.
4.0 Stars

I liked it.

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Roy T.
3.0 Stars

After a few months, they're finally in QC..... One of the many ice cream places, Honey Creme, is finally open in Trinoma! Their stall was previously Parvati which moved to the upper level. . It's just in front of UCC Cafe or Fully Booked.

They're still on soft opening --> medyo disorganized service. No aircon units functioning inside 128513 so mainit. okay okay, soft opening. It's their third day anyway. I'll give it to them this time. 128514

My first try at their SM Aura branch was an okay. Did not really like their version of the milky and creamy soft serve ice cream. I find it underwhelming and would prefer McDo's vanilla soft serve 128514 they have toppers like popcorns, honey comb, affogato, etc though which probable makes the experience more unique. This vs Milkcow? I'd go with Milkcow. I hope they open here too 128513

My sister wanted to try so I let her for me to see how she'd react. She's a sweet tooth and really liked ice cream. I suggested for just the plain one but she wanted something with a twist so honey comb then. The ice cream was the same. Creamy but there was something with it that I can't explain. The honey comb was sticky and quite difficult to eat. 128514 nothing really special about that thing, imo. Same comments from my sister. 128527

Again, it's a 3 star. Nothing really worth coming back. Sorry. 128513 give it a try and be the judge 128517

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