: : How to eat Home-made Ice-cream : :
Step 1 : Find an Ice-Cream Parlour speciliasing in homemade ice-cream
Step 2 : Select a flavour that will bring a smile to your face
Step 3 : Step up to the counter to make your selection.
Step 4 : Enjoy! This is cookies and cream.
After a year of having problems trying to eat at this parlour, finally managed to go with Sina’ and Dad. Why a problem? It’s either last minute cancelled appointments or shop is close or no time! But, the ice-cream more than made up for it.
Desserts is an ice-cream parlour in Miri (sorry Kuchingites!) which specialises in home-made ice-cream, cakes and tea. They also have some yoghurt on the menu as well. You can also buy their ice-cream packs to bring back home. It’s simply delicious and creamy and sweet.
We sampled some rose tea which was delicately flavoured and without the strong aftertaste of preservatives. There’s nothing like it. I enjoyed it as well as drinking in the dainty little tea cups. It certainly brings back memories of playing tea-time as a little girl.
The owner also graciously gave us some Christmas pudding to sample. On the left is the plain pudding, the right – pudding with brandy. This was so yummy! Ok, I’m getting my parents to order some for Christmas when I’m back home. There is nothing like a flambe Christmas pudding after a nice Christmas dinner at home. If you’re living in Miri, you can order the pudding from the shop. Not sure how much it would cost though. But, if the ice-cream menu is any indication, it’s going to be extremely reasonable.
Anyway, that’s my tea-time at Desserts. Check it out if you’re ever in Miri. It’s located at the Pelita Commercial Center and the signboard is pretty hard to miss.
See you all there sometime!