Foodie Patty Recommends: 8 degrees Fahrenheit- Ice-Cream

8 degrees Fahrenheit is a great way to celebrate the beginning of a new school year. I wanted to pass along an idea for a sweet treat recommended by my 12 and 14 year old daughters. This Asian ice cream shop is quite unique.  They serve a Thai style ice cream that is delicious for kid’s young and old. The ice cream mixture is poured onto a freezing surface at which time your toppings of choice are chopped and folded in. I know it sounds like Coldstone creamery, but check out the pictures to see the difference  Following the pouring of the batter, the mixture is  sliced vertically and then shaved into rolls resembling a cigar.  The rolls are beautifully put into cups with more of your  toppings for the finishing touch. The pictures are really the only way to comprehend this unique technique.  When our group went midday, the line was spilling out of the door.  You can eat inside or out.  Here’s what we ordered:

  • Black Humor (oreo + brownie + chocolate)
  • Cookie monster (Oreo+ Graham)
  • Minions (Mango)
  • The Green Mile (Green tea + lychee)

We all loved our selections and enjoyed the variety.

Everything is $5.99 with toppings included.

Until we eat again!



p.s.  EXTRA Fun Food Idea:  Drive through El Taco Veloz next door for an amazing authentic burrito or taco.


8 Fahrenheit Ice Cream
5090 Buford Hwy, Ste 101
Atlanta, GA 30340