Foodventure

Foodventure: Dragon’s Breath S’mores at The Iscreamist

You probably have heard of liquid nitrogen and how it’s really, really cold. But did you know you can use it to make ice cream? In fact, it’s done quite often! Adding liquid nitrogen to the ice cream mix makes it freeze super fast and within moments, it was ready. How cool is that? My friends and I decided to give it a try. Destination: The Iscreamist in Maginhawa Street, UP Teachers Village.

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while in queque, study the menu on the periodic table

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we ordered Dragon’s Breath S’mores, 65php

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These are sweets on sticks to be dipped in liquid nitrogen making you exhale smoke. Like a dragon. Cool, right?

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Seats are finally available! There are only few tables and chairs inside and most of the time (specially, in the evening) the place is crowded.

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Some random signage inside The Iscreamist. Interesting!

What I didn’t like about the place is the lack of space which can accommodate only a maximum of 15 guests at a time. Aside from limited space, I also noticed that it is a little bit understaffed so expect long queues and long waiting time. Seating is on first come, first serve basis so better come early.

Bon appétit, mon chéri!

CONTACT DETAILS:
THE ISCREAMIST
Address:
46-D Magiting Street, Teacher’s Village East, Diliman Quezon City

OPERATING HOURS:
11 AM to 10 PM (Mon-Sat), Sunday- Closed

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group picture by Raymart, thanks Float!

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