Ten-Second Takeaway

Where’s My Cone home-delivers delicious and innovative flavours of ice-cream cookie sandwiches. That’s right – cookie sandwiches.

So Where’s The Cone?

It’s not invited to this party. Here, a thick chunk of fresh ice-cream is spread on to the cookie, and nicely padded on the top with another cookie. The most popular and remembered flavours are the double dark chocolate cookies with mint ice-cream. The snickerdoodle cookies with salted caramel ice-cream come in at a close second, with the sweet and salty flavours being balanced out.

Spoilt for choice with six flavour combinations, we’d like to highlight the classic chocolate chip cookie and vanilla bean ice-cream, as well as the malted milk cookies with Belgian chocolate cookies. Cookies and milk, anyone?

What Else?

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If you believe that ice-cream deserves your full and sole attention, you can always order a tubful of individual flavours like filter coffee, blueberry cheesecake, banana walnut caramel or boondi ladoo – when a big fat wallow and hours of TV is what you need. However, with so many yum options here, we say that you can give the strawberry ice-cream a miss.

Where’s My Cone is home-delivery only, and their products come carefully packaged in a box of dry ice, because dessert deserves care.

So, We’re Saying…

We were one of the little ones who cried in protest of Bikimax’s demise {remember those vanilla choco ice-cream biscuits?}, and root for ice-cream dressed up in all forms, cone or no cone. We suggest you giving these creamy little troopers a try.

#LBBTip: They deliver to areas ranging from Andheri to Vile Parle and Juhu, and are available via Scootsy, Swiggy and Zomato too. If you live in other areas like Bandra, South and South Central Bombay, or even Thane, you can order for the next day.

Price: INR 120 for a cookie sandwich. The delivery charge is INR 30 for Juhu and Andheri, and for other areas starts at INR 50 for next-day deliveries

Timings: 2pm–11pm, every day

Contact: +91 8080806726

Photos courtesy: Where’s My Cone?