If you’re in New York City and seeking some mouth watering ice cream flavors to cool down this summer, Chinatown Ice Cream Factory is the place to go. The ice cream shop, located at 64 Bayard Street in New York, is sure to provide your taste buds with a cold and sweet experience, specializing in Asian-inspired flavors such as soy sauce, lychee, sesame and so much more! They have been creating delicious ice cream for almost four decades and are often referred to as an “unofficial NYC landmark.”
The menu includes many regular flavors such as the Almond Cookie ice cream, which has soaked and blended Chinese almond cookies from the Famous Fung Wong Bakery into a delicious ice cream, as well as exotic flavors such as the Mocha Chip, which has the flavors of chocolate and coffee mixed together to make “mocha,” while dark chocolate flakes are wrapped all around it.
A single scoop costs $6.50, a double scoop costs $8.50, a pint costs $10.75, and a quart costs $15.75, with add-ons like sprinkles, Lychee boba, Fudge, and many others costing $0.99 each. The shop is open from Monday through Thursday, from 9 a.m. to 11 p.m., and Friday through Sunday, from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Come over with friends and family for a sweet occasion and enjoy a scoop of delicious ice cream from Chinatown Ice Factory.
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