Location: Mile End - street parking or public transit. Your best bet is probably to take a bus unless you don't mind a bit of a walk. If that's the case, you can hop off at Laurier and walk over in about 10 minutes.
The place: Small walk-in type of place. There's no seating available inside, but they've got a great little (colorful) set-up outside that you can take advantage of. The shop itself is also very colorful, and has this cool water wall - it's hard to describe so.... you'll just HAVE to get some ice cream or sorbet and see it for yourself.
The goods: Fresh soft-serve ice cream and sorbets that boast no preservatives or artificial nonsense. How can you go wrong? Apparently, you can also buy home-made pastries, like brownies and almond tiles, but I didn't see these. I think I was too focused on the sorbet - it was after all, about 31 degrees outside and I'd been walking most of the day. On this trip, I went for two flavors: Hibiscus and lime-mint. What can I say that hasn't been said already? Their sorbets are AMAZING. I loved the Hibiscus, and the lime-mint was super refreshing - it actually tasted more like basil to me but that's not a complaint. Their flavors change frequently, which basically means we must visit frequently.
Service: Great - the fellow behind the cash was super friendly and personable!
Price point: The green cup was just under $5 and is the equivalent of about two scoops.
Great neighborhood gem.
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