Ok…so as I may have mentioned in my ‘about me‘ blurb, this blog is prone to a bit of randomness; and I bet, based on some of the posts, you may have thought it was pretty random anyway! The Octopus Diaries is first and foremost about dining out, however sometimes I come across (yes…ok so I go out of my way to seek out) dining or drinking experiences that I really can’t categorise but have to write about, simply because they are so damn weird, wonderful or uniquely random.
Following three months of closure resulting from a flood back in July, Wales’ only liquid nitrogen ice cream parlour reopened its doors at the beginning of November. So, just as the weather has turned pants, Mrs G and I headed out for a Sunday sundae. Science Cream’s menu changes on a weekly basis with specials including vanilla ice cream topped with honeycomb & a white chocolate Oreo pyramid or dairy free peach ice cream topped with pecan crumble & peach sauce.
Really nice venue, a little small and there can be queues but don’t let that phase you, it is well worth the wait. Ice cream made with liquid nitrogen is different and awesome, combine that with all the other goodies on offer and you are in for a treat!
Came here with my partner of 27th Sept. Carly was our very friendly, very mad scientist. She explained the concept behind this very unique ice cream parlour, which is unlike any I can guarantee you that you have been to before. The set up was great, we loved the science theme. Ice cream with the pudding was out of this world. Carly kindly let us take some pics as well.