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Published March 27th 2017
It's mine mine, ALL mine
Yes, yes, we all hear it and have been brought up to learn that we should not be selfish or arrogant when it comes to sharing things like food, toys, clothes and the list probably never ends but c'mon even our ice cream? If I have to share my ice cream, can I at least keep my favourite flavour and give away the one that I do not care for? Well, it was worth a try. Okay, so now that I'm all grown up, I get to have the say and no one is touching my ice cream, especially not this time as I have found one of the best ice cream shops in town.
You have an option out of these three places but I'm still discovering new places all the time. Well, truth be told is that I am out searching for gelato shops or ice cream shops that serve sorbet as they are two of my favourite types of ice creams, rather than the standard ice cream. So as the list continues to grow, I can, (for now anyway) share these three places.
Shop 36A, Bayside Plaza, Grand Pde, Brighton Le Sands NSW. Hours: 7 days: 7am-12midnight
They offer a range of delicious ice cream flavours such as tiramisu and your favourite cookies and cream. They also offer a selection of sorbets, like my personal choice of lemon and mango. Their prices range from $4.90 for a single cone, $5.90 for a double cone and $7.90 for a serving of a trio. Not bad for a great taste.
Andersen's of Denmark Ice Cream
Harbourside Shopping Centre FC11 Harbourside Shopping Centre, Sydney, NSW
There is ice cream and there is quality ice cream. Although gelato is known to be an Italian ice cream dessert, here you find another type of ice cream which is Danish ice cream. Their ice cream is made from premium quality produce ingredients. Their dairy products are from our very own backyard here in Australia while their chocolate is from Belgium and of course, the very best of the ice cream from none other than Denmark. Their flavours are so delicious that you can distinguish the difference between the standard ice cream elsewhere and quality ice cream. You can expect Danish nougat, cherry brandy, strawberries and cream, banana fudge, mint chocolate chip and I can go on and on. They also offer quality beverages such as iced coffee for $6.50, milkshake for $7.50 and very yummy hot waffles for $9. This place is truly irresistible.
Another business that knows their ice cream and it just had to be coming from Switzerland. They bring excellence in everything they do, especially in their ice cream which is why their ice cream and and other products taste just like their intended flavour, because it is all natural ingredients. Their selection is made up of Swiss chocolate, maple walnut and vanilla dream just as an example. To be honest I found their prices surprising okay for what we got; one scoop in a cone is priced at $5.50, for a double scoop you pay $7.50 and for a triple scoop, it is only $9.50. Pretty good as you pay roughly the same elsewhere but for inferior quality in comparison.