picking up using her charm against the guy at the counter.
Winding the lever
So there is this place at Sunway Pyramid that makes me give little shrieks of “Kawaii Neh” like those Japanese school girl wannabes. The decor shouts cute and cheerful all at once and the pink white green colours are even mirrored in the little ice cream cups.
Probably realizing that RM6.90 for a scoop of ice cream is beyond the reasonable range, they are now having a promotion where you can get a single scoop at RM 5.50.
“But I’m not from those colleges, so not fair!”, I told the staff, of the other species with soft ears (that are easier to pour lies into) obviously.
“Hmm, so you are still doing college? I’ll give you the student rate then.”I felt bad for conning my way for a mere 50 cents.
Come to think about it, 50 cents can buy me half a sugus bar or a cup of chinese tea ice. I felt better instantly. We picked matcha and goma. First, the staff took out a small round tub with slabs of frozen ice cream and placed it in a special compartment of the machine.
After some winding action, the frozen ice cream comes out in pretty swirls. Other than matcha (green tea), goma (black sesame), they have azuki (red bean), ichigo (strawberry), daku choko (dark chocolate) and ramu reezun (rum raisin), with matcha, ichigo and daku choko being the most popular flavor. The ice cream turned out soft and creamy after some compressing actions in the machine. I would definitely return to try the other flavours, all of them.
Yokomon Ice-Cream Stand