04 Jun 2008 at 8:51 pm
We came across this ice cream stall while walking down the riverbank. There was a long queue of people ordering ice cream even though it was already 9.30 pm at night. So happily we joined in the queue to see what the commotion was about.
When we got to the front, we saw that there were many different varieties of ice cream sold at this store. There was green tea, azuki bean or red bean (japanese ice cream store will always have green tea and red bean flavours), rum and raisin, black sesame, lychee, milk tea, chocolate, mango, strawberry etc..
I chose a double scoop cone of green tea and black sesame ice cream. The cone was tall with a triangular shaped base that had ample room for the two (even three) scoops, and they would mould the mixture and shape the two flavours you choose upwards into a tall tower on top of the cone. Don't be fooled however as the cone is not hollow, so there's no ice cream found in there.
The green tea flavour was smooth and not too overpowering with ...
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