Ten-Second Takeaway

Have you heard? Bandra’s got a new ice-cream stall, and we have all the scoop on it.

What’s It Like?

Once an ice-cream truck in Chimbai village, Scoopalicious is now a permanent fixture on Hill Road to tickle your taste buds and make evening walks more interesting.

The flavours at this stall pop, and come to you as out of the ordinary – combinations like beetroot ice-cream, old monk and chocolate, and cheese popcorn will take you aback. But take our word, each cup has something you would want to take back home.

The ice-creams are made from organic ingredients and with no preservatives or additives. For flavours, natural pulp of the ingredients are added, and not an artificial flavouring or extract.

Here are the flavours we recommend, and they are in particular order of preference: guava and spice {for it was as amazing as eating the fruit with the extra masala sprinkled on top}, old monk & chocolate {so serving this instead of alcohol at our next house party}, ginger caramel {because ginger – yes, caramel – yesss} and strawberry with cookies cream.

Anything Else?

They’re as experimental as can get, with Indian flavours like the paan ice-cream and tilgud ladoo ice-cream on the menu. What’s coming up soon is the gulab jamun and gajar ka halwa flavoured ice-cream.

Each scoop is for INR 50 approx, with the alcohol-infused ones for INR 120.

So, We’re Saying…

No need to scream for ice-cream any more. This stall will be open till around midnight each night, so dig right in. We sure are.

Photos: Aman Deshmukh/LBB