créme&sugar
créme&sugar
Bringing Peru's Sweet Tooth to Ridgewood, NY

Our Ridgewood-based coffee shoppe and ice cream parlour brings Peruvian culture to your New York homes...

Our friendly and welcoming staff make your experience enjoyable...

Our tasty menu options keep you coming back for more!

 

Somos la unica casa de cafe y heladeria Peruana ubicada en el vecindario de Ridgewood, Queens, New York. Nos complace traerle nuestra cultura gastronomica Peruana a su paladar...

Nuestra atencion y amabilidad los hara pasar una experienca unica...

Disfruten nuestros platos tipicos, dulces y helados!

 Yuyu Salad. It means "the vegetables" in Quechua.

Yuyu Salad. It means "the vegetables" in Quechua.

 
 
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We’re not just here to commercialize... We want to bring good ol’ homemade ice cream by using real ingredients.
— Jonathan Alvarado
No estamos aqui para vender cualquier producto, ofrecemos platos y postres de primera
— Jonathan Alvarado
 
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Some of Our Customers Think —

 
 
 Lucuma and Strawberry Ice Cream

Lucuma and Strawberry Ice Cream

"Perfect Scoops of Artisanal Peruvian Ice Creme..."

The Ice cream has a light and creamy texture with the perfect touch of wine that compliments the Ice cream without dominating the other natural flavors. I opted for the Cherry Merlot which turned out to be quite the delight and of course I plan on trying all the flavors.
— Tonya J.

"Every Time I am in the Area, I Have to Stop By..."

It’s a mom and pop type of feel of a place. With alot of gentrification going on in that area. It’s nice to see a new family business in the area that has a great product and is friendly.
— Swisher L.
 Créme & Sugar - Ridgewood, NY

Créme & Sugar - Ridgewood, NY


 Lucuma, Chocolate Cabernet, and Doña Pepa

Lucuma, Chocolate Cabernet, and Doña Pepa

What a Great Place...

Went there with my husband and daughters and it was awesome. The wine ice cream was soooo delicious and brought home the rice pudding....it was soooo good. Definitely going back.
— Lorelei Rivera