Who Says One Cannot Eat Ice Cream During Winter?

This has got to be one of the best ice cream eateries in New York City’s Chinatown in terms of its variety of flavours. We were freezing but some things were not to be missed – good ice cream during winter included!

I think these smiling kids think so too. They’re both so incredibly adorable! Of course, I had asked for permission from their parents before I took this shot. πŸ™‚Β 


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17 Responses to “Who Says One Cannot Eat Ice Cream During Winter?”

  1. VeggieGirl Says:

    Hooray for ice cream! πŸ˜€

  2. Sherxr Says:

    Guess what? My mate bought me a T shirt from the Ice Cream factory in NYC years ago! I’m still wearing it proudly. This shop must be pretty famous hur?
    I love Ice Cream in Winter! Over here, some places carry Winter Ice Creams too.. slightly different from the usual Ice Cream!

  3. jzztzz Says:

    Diggin through your old photos eh? Sigh, you so make we wanna go just go back.

  4. amsiewong Says:

    VeggieGirl: Haha yay!

    Sherxr: WOW you got a t-shirt! Good on you! πŸ™‚ I guess winter ice creams melt less easily.

    jzztzz: I want to go back too! But I’d much prefer to go in winter. Great if we could all go together again and we could meet Val and go to Boston and watch plays and musicals and eat and shop…I MISS NYC!

  5. adrian Says:

    I remember having ice cream in Australia once, not really winter, but still cold. My friend’s logic was that you had to lower your own body temp to match the environment’s so that way you won’t feel cold.

    Might have worked if we were reptiles.

  6. shivya Says:

    Those kids look so cute! Reminds me of winter at home πŸ™‚

  7. amsiewong Says:

    adrian: hahaha that’s a good one!

    shivya: Wow don’t you miss home because of Singapore’s perpetually hot weather?

  8. sylvgee Says:

    I think eating ice cream when the weather is cold is TEH BOMB! Haha! Maybe it’s true, it’s lowering our body temp or something. Or maybe the sensation of cold on cold is just.. irresistible. πŸ˜› I ate ice cream in Poland when it was spring. Okay, not THAT cold but still! Apparently I’m so “tropical” as my conductor said -_-

    And the ice cream in poland is tall! Like really!

  9. foodshoesandtattoos Says:

    nice site. somehow i happened upon you when i was researching katsu-don. wierd. nice to see another foodie out there!

    i spent a lot of time on the east coast and have family and friends in the big apple. nothing like it. checked out the blue note – great place.

    before you go home, try les halles on park of you can.

  10. ladyironchef Says:

    power man, winter eat ice cream. And here i am thinking good to eat steamboat during winter. haha

  11. timmyoung Says:

    you’re in new york again?

  12. amsiewong Says:

    sylvgee: I am a lover of cold, hence today’s weather was appalling! all ice cream would melt under the sun here in Singapore.

    foodshoesandtattoos: I am no longer in new york city, was just reminiscing on old photos and the food there. It was lovely. πŸ™‚ Blue note was great ain’t it? Thanks for dropping by and leaving a note!

    ladyironchef: Haha that sounds nice too. But sometimes during winter it gets so warm indoors.

    timmyoung: Nope, I wish! haha…

  13. Rosie Says:

    I enjoy ice cream anytime be it summer or winter πŸ˜€

    Rosie x

  14. hongxi Says:

    the kids are so cute with their matching shoes! omgg

    There’s this new ice cream place along east coast rd called Ice Cream Chefs or smthg like tt. not sure if you have tried it before, but i think youd like the place!

  15. Camemberu Says:

    Cute kids! Nice blog you have! Keep at it!

  16. amsiewong Says:

    Rosie: Hee yeah I’m a lover of sorbets especially. Although technically they’ve no cream in them. πŸ™‚

    hongxi: Haha yeah they’re brothers if I’m not wrong! Thanks for the recommendation!

    Camemberu: Thanks so much! πŸ˜€

  17. Heartburn Home Remedy Says:

    This is very up-to-date information. I think I’ll share it on Facebook.

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