Caramia! It’s freagin hot!; Chill Out With Filipino Gelato

Posted by on August 12, 2012 in Dessert & Sweet Treats, Food Places, Pacific Island/Asian Cuisine, Restaurants and Food Trucks | 0 comments

Caramia! It’s freagin hot!; Chill Out With Filipino Gelato

Holy Shiz Balls it’s hot, and what better way to chill than with a cold, tasty, creamy scoop of gelato! Gelato is an Italian frozen treat. Made with more milk and less fat and air than ice cream, gelato’s traditional flavors are served in a small cup with a wafer. Well move over traditional, here comes contemporary! Caramia Tropical Gelataria offers a mash up of Italy’s frozen goodness with delicious dessert flavors of the Philippines. What! My personal favorite is the Sans Rival gelato. The rich, cashew-y-buttery, layered cake is crumbled into sweet vanilla gelato. Need I say more? Yes, I need.

 

Caramia also offers mango jubilee, ube and cornĀ  flavors. Halo-Halo and their version of an ice cream sandwich, a scoop of gelato between fresh baked ensaimada (brioche), are also on the menu. Locations include the Eagle Rock Mall, of course, and Jeepney Grill in Cerritos.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Pig Parts & Beer checks out many food spots and attends even more events, so we try to write positively about most of our experiences; frankly, some of the stuff is whack. We don’t publish extremely negative reviews, not yet at least; that”s not the goal of our site. But don’t get it twisted, we’re here to give you information, firm and fair, so you can shoot us an email regarding most things Filipino-American food to get our, eh hem, ‘non published’ thoughts.

 

 

 

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