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Fried Ice Cream

Blumie May 17, 2009 08:22 PM

My 9-year-old loves it. Is there any place chow worthy that serves it?

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    Taralli May 18, 2009 06:00 AM

    Thaitation (old Brown Sugar) 130 Jersey St., Fenway.

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      Elyssa May 18, 2009 09:19 AM

      I use to love this as well and ordered it as a kid whenever we went to Wayloos (sp?) (which no longer exists).

      But I feel like I might have seen it awhile back on the Asahi menu in Salem. I would call to double check though.

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        Christie May 18, 2009 09:59 AM

        Oga's out on route 9 does an awesome (fried) tempura ice cream. Green tea, red bean, or vanilla, I believe. Their sushi is great too.

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          kristinayee May 19, 2009 09:37 AM

          I noticed that they have it on the menu at Jo Jo Taipei in Brighton. Jo Jo is definitely a chow worthy place, but I can't personally attest to the fried ice cream, anyone?


          1. anitab May 19, 2009 11:53 AM

            My husband and I love fried ice cream as well (its not just for 9 year-olds :) ). We get our fix at House of Siam on Columbus Ave in the South End. Very fast delivery (usually less than 30 min) and yummy flavors - green tea, ginger, and coconut.

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              ButtMunch May 19, 2009 06:10 PM

              Ginza in Chinatown has an interesting plate of Fried icecream. I believe I have had mine in the green tea flavor. The fried dough around the icecream had a subtle gingery flavor to it that gave the fried ice cream an interesting subtle bite. It is a bit preicey though so i only have it on special occasions.

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