Chinatown Ice Cream Factory, New York City, New York
65 Bayard St, New York City, New York 10013| Map |
The Original Chinatown Ice Cream Factory offers a Chinese flair with inventive and unique flavors to its homemade ice cream.
Ben Rotgin and 2 other parents have been here
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- Little kids (3-5)
- Big kids (6-8)
- Tweens (9-12)
- Teens (13+)
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Santa Monica, California
- Visited: 2012-12-01
- Submitted: 2013-01-04 21:38:45.0
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Little Kids (3-5) and Big Kids (6-8)
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Don't miss this one, it is truly a great fun thing to do.
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Ice Cream and the Soberts that we tried were 4 1/2 stars! Unattentive, indifferent teenager employees - minus 1 star! Price of a scoop - $4, a bit pricey. I could get a quart of Durian Ice Cream imported from Thailand for that price - minus...
So we were walking down Chinatown trying to find this famous bubble tea joint, when we saw this sign that read, "The First Chinatown Ice Cream Factory." Well, who wouldn't try ice cream from the very first Chinatwon ice cream factory. The place was pretty packed and happening. My daughter is still young and the only two flavors she knows for ice cream is Chocolate and Strawberry. I ordered a strawberry sugar cone to try with her. It was delicious. Very creamy and a blast of cool strawberry taste. My friend ordered black seaseme flavor ice cream. I had a tiny spoonful and it reminded me of black seaseme jin dui from Chinese New Year. It hit the taste buds. If you every venture to Chinatown, look for...
I have been a customer of CICF for the past few years now and everytime I have ordered a new flavor I have never been disappointed. A few of my favorites are Taro/Ube, Red Bean, Lychee and Almond Cookie, which I can't get enough of and all are made in house. Lines can be...
Chinatown Ice Cream Factory is the place to be! I can not express how much I love their ice cream! The only ice cream I eat from here is the coconut ice cream. It taste PRECISELY like coconut and it has some shavings in it! This place is amazing! It brings the inner messy child in me to come out and mess up face wit...