If Twisterlicious was a person they’d be that flamboyant drama teacher who had a collection of neon scarves and the hand gestures of a flight attendant. That’s to say, the ice cream at this Soho spot is a little bit OTT. The space itself is simple, with a few metal indoor tables but their batshit ice cream creations are not. They specialise in handcrafted chimney cake cones - think, lovechild of a pretzel and a churro - and there are several different options to get involved in. If you’re a fan of a fruity hit get the raspberry kiss cone, but our go-to is the apple pie with a cinnamon cone.
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