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Fried Ice Cream?

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Does anyone have any rec's on where to find some good fried ice cream?

I remember being introduced to it years ago at the Chi-Chi's chains (it actually wasn't bad there!) Our favorite was at a now closed restaurant in downtown Pittsburgh called Tequila Junction. The most recent place I found it was at Don Pablo's, but it was barely edible.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated!

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  1. Anita's (several locations in Northern Virginia) is a great place for cheap, reliable Tex-Mex. They have fried ice cream on the menu, though I've never tried it myself.

    http://www.anitascorp.com/

    1. Some japanese restaurants offer fried ice cream, especially if they are chinese owned. My favorite is green tea.

      1. It would be helpful to know what area you're looking in. I always get the tempura ice cream at Sushi King in Columbia, even though I can barely eat it from being full up on sushi. It's so good I can't resist it.

        1. Mi Rancho in Silver Spring has it.

          1. Rio Grande has good fried ice cream...also, check your local grocers freezer...there is now Fried Ice Cream flavors sold by well known ice cream makers.

            1. One suggestion, a flavour available from Breyer's, prompted some general discussion that has been moved to the General Topics board. You can read it here: http://www.chowhound.com/topics/346486