If you’re a bit of a sweet tooth, you probably already know Fry’d from their regular appearances at markets around Perth. If not, all you really need to know is that they are the masters of fried ice cream and they are about to open not one but two incredible permanent stores.
The first one is coming at us towards the end of October and will be sitting pretty at 138 Oxford Street, but the most exciting part might just be the fit-out. They’ve taken inspiration from the Museum of Ice Cream in San Francisco and New York, so it’s set to be amazing.
The Fremantle store, opening in December, will be even more amazing with owner Maria Tong saying, “Fremantle will be our flagship store as the architecture on the kiosk is next level, we are looking to do some really exciting things with it.”
Everything you know and love from the current menu will be there—think vanilla bean and salted caramel, cookies and cream, matcha and white chocolate and more—but there are a few new things to look out for.
First up, thanks to the extra room afforded by a brick and mortar kitchen, they’ll finally have the capacity to make gluten-free ice cream—something the punters have been after since day one.
Fry’d also has grand plans to introduce new flavours each month which will be created by none other than their customers. To get things started, they’re throwing out flavours like sticky date pudding, Ferrero Rocher and Earl Grey milk tea.
Watch this space for more details, and until then, find them at the Scarborough Sunset Markets on Saturdays.
Image credit: Fry'd