Ice ‘n’ Jelly – Good Ice Cream

After dining at Trance Lounge last night, we decided to try out a new place for dessert, and ended up going to Ice ‘n’ Jelly. This place is right opposite Pedamma temple, on Jubilee Hills Road No: 21. Don’t worry, if you can’t find it, the man in the teddy bear costume standing on the road will wave you in towards the place.

The place was not crowded – there was just one other patron as we entered, and two more sauntered in while we were there. The seating was on a lawn (complete with fountain) next to a building that looked like one of the pavilions you see in period movies set in 18th century England.

The menu was extensive and imaginative, and politically incorrect at least once – I loved it! After a lot of discussion, Vidya had a fruit salad with jelly and cake, while I settled for my usual chocolate overload with an Uptown Vanilla Brownie. The waiter who served us was attentive and careful, and the ice cream was above average. Nothing to write home about, but nothing to complain about either.

If you’re still wondering about the political incorrectness on the menu, I urge you to go try out the place, and come back and leave a comment!

One Reply to “Ice ‘n’ Jelly – Good Ice Cream”

  1. I had icream here after reading the blog…Frankly i found the ice cream here really really very nice compared to the other, so called good ones like cream stone or cold stone.. try out the berry berry good bery and ho ho ho…they were mind blowing!!!

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