WHAT THEHEEBEE SAYS ABOUT APSARA ICE CREAMS:
Apsara ice creams have a history that goes back to 1971 when it started as a humble outlet in a suburb of Mumbai serving fresh Sancha (wooden molds in which ice creams were made by hand) ice creams with three flavors – Mango, Orange, and Sitafal. Since then, till today they grew to become a popular brand with state-of-the-art manufacturing units and more than 50 outlets across India.
It was exciting to know about Apsara Ice cream outlet opening in Electronic City, Bangalore. Here is TheHeeBee’s update on visiting Apsara Ice creams, Electronic City outlet.
About Apsara Ice creams:
Apsara ice creams have brought to the modern world, the age-old delicious Sancha ice creams. In this age when we find Frozen Desserts, Apsara ice creams provide 100% vegetarian ice creams made with 100% natural ingredients. They have a very good spread of flavors that range from western flavors (like Brownie Blast, Red Velvet etc), traditional Indian flavors (like Roasted Almond, Kesar Pista etc) and highly innovative flavors (like spicy Guava, Pani Puri, Chkkki etc).
Location, Ambiance, and Setup:
This is a new chill-out place in a new commercial complex in one of the core IT hubs of the city. It is a small outlet but a very cozy setup in the basement of Royal Hyper Market on the busy Neeladri Road. There are many lanes around it where parking places can be found.
What TheHeeBee had:
- Guava Ice cream: Loved the concept. Delicious Guava Ice cream topped with a sprinkle of spicy masala. Took me all the way into memory lane when we used to eat guava pieces sprinkled with spicy masala.
- Sitafal Ice cream: One of their iconic ice creams with natural Custardapple pulp.
- Brownie Blast Ice cream: A good mix of chocolate ice cream with the crushed brownie. Loved the flavor and texture.
- Pani Puri Ice cream: Again a very good innovation. A scoop of pani puri flavored ice cream topped with crushed puri. Loved the concept and the way it created a blast of flavors in the mouth.
- Chikki Ice cream: A very good traditional Indian flavor.
- Roasted Almond Ice cream: Loved the flavor and consistency. Reminded me of a rich Almond milk-shake.
- Belgian Bites Ice cream in waffle cone: Another good ice cream with lots of chocolate flavor in a fresh waffle cone.
Service: This is a self-service outlet. The staff is helpful in answering your queries. They provide ice creams samples for tasting. I loved this facility. One can taste the flavor and then decide whether to spend money on it or some other flavor. No disappointments later.
Cost: They have three scoop variants – Small at Rs 65, Medium at Rs 95 and Large at Rs 120. I feel that this is a very nominal cost for the quantity and the quality of ingredients.
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