Tasty ice cream but seemed more like a coffee shop. We read about their wonderful waffle cones but they were out of them. One scoop in a bowl with add ins was $3. A good value.
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The Crema is a small but delightfully restaurant in downtown Raleigh service straight and blended coffees, sandwiches, soups, great shakes and ice cream. Crema gives small businesses a good name! Sort of New York friend in personality but a never-the-less a pleasant cook, restaurateur and...More
The grandkids loved the ice cream with two additional items added. It could be more ice cream or toppings. They had quite a selection of flavors and toppings to choose from.
This review is for the City Plaza location which has recently been expanded and renovated. I don't drink coffee, but I often pick up lunch from Crema. This is a small shop that offers soups, salads, sandwiches, and a breakfast menu in addition to coffee...More
I usually don't bother to buy ice cream because I make my own, but this was better than I can do PLUS they make their own Waffle cones! Don't hesitate to try some.
was expecting a scoop of ice-cream with the add-ons thrown in and was deliciously surprised to have it all 'mixed' in/blenderinzed.. so creamy and yummy!
I am a regular visitor for lunch here. You order at the counter and wait for the food. I recently had the Poppy Seed Salad (my absolute favorite), the tomato and brie sandwich and the chicken salad croissant. They also have a homemade cucumber salad...More
The drink was poorly made by the actual owner. He aggressively withdrew the drink from my hand, and conversed with angry tone. I felt offended and disrespected. I will no longer attend this place for services.
Crema is a place where you order from a somewhat limited sandwich board and eat at one of the tables. Sandwiches are good but nothing special.
Many combinations to be had here. Just pick Chocolate or Vanilla soft serve as your base and then add in up to three mix-ins. I had chocolate with raspberry, blueberries and cookie dough. They pretty much blend it all in together for you to create...More