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Published August 26th 2018
It may be cold but it is so delicious
Cold Rock in Frankston has reopened under new management and the place is absolutely killing it with their amazing range of delicious ice creams and treats.
We visited this franchise last week as a bit of a treat as we felt like ice cream. When we first walked into the store, we were greeted by very friendly employees who were happy to assist us with what ice creams we were after.
I was pleased to see that they also had gelato, sorbet and low-fat ice cream options available too. Other menu items included thickshakes, milkshakes, banana split, and cakes.
My favourite part about dining at Cold Rock was that they have so many mix in options available to add to your ice cream. Some of these include Crunchie bars, Smarties, Kit Kat, gummy bears, Freddo Frogs, Ferrero Rocher, Malteasers and much more. You even watch as they mash it all in with the ice cream.
They have a lot of delicious ice cream flavours to choose from where you can mix them together in a scoop cup or in a milkshake. Some of my favourites included double chocolate, coffee, Milo, tiramisu, peppermint, and rainbow.
When I visited, I decided to try a double chocolate ice cream cup mixed with Ferraro chocolate and smarties. It was certainly a unique combination but tasted so good. I would definitely go back and give another ice cream combination a try.
Cold Rock is also good for birthday cakes and take home treats as well. You can even order an edible photo on a cake for your birthday which is pretty awesome!
I felt the atmosphere in the shop to be really upbeat and was a great place to hang out for some dessert. You can choose to sit in at the booths or outside under the umbrellas. Close by is the cinema and Tunzafun, so there is plenty to do after your ice cream.
I would recommend this place to anybody who loves a good ice cream and wants to try something different because Cold Rock is a lot different to other ice cream joints.