End of Summer Feast
It’s the end of summer, which means it will soon be too cold for ice cream. To make the best of the rest of the season, we’ve rounded up the most unusual (and delicious) iced treats in Toronto.
Taiyaki are Japanese fish-shaped cakes which, at Sukoi, arrive filled with soft serve in imaginative varieties such as salted caramel.
Cafe Bora is a cute café serving a variety of gorgeous taro-based desserts, including “bingsu,” Korean-style shaved ice.
Whether you try the Thai milk tea, sesame, or lavender flavor, the ice cream rolls at Arctic Bites, topped with fresh fruit or sweets, are very attractive.
Japanese bakery chain Pablo are better known for their cheesecake tarts but their Toronto outlet offers cheesecake soft serve in original or matcha flavor.
With 2 locations in the city and a traveling van, Eva’s Original Chimneys serve hand-baked and made-to-order “chimneys,” light and fluffy baked dough cylinders, which arrive, if you so choose, topped with regular or vegan soft serve ice cream.