About this Business
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At Bombay Ice Cream, creamers blend traditional indian spices and fruits into frosty desserts to create alluring, uncommon ice-cream flavors. Featured on Food Network’s Ice Cream Unwrapped and in the recurring dreams of happy customers, the creamery’s eclectic flavors include bedam kesar pista—almond, saffron, pistachio—as well as fruit-based flavors such as lychee, mango, fig, and chicku, a tropical fruit. SF Weekly declared the shop one of the three best places for adventurous ice-cream lovers, suggesting that patrons "live it up and order cardamom or saffron rose—flavors you experience not so much as a taste but as a heady aroma that takes residence in your sinus cavity." Along with dishes of ice cream, servers specialize in crafting classic Indian desserts, such as falooda, an indian ice-cream float scented with delicate rose syrup and flavored seeds.