Five new ice cream spots from Hamilton serving different types of frozen dairy products

Summer is approaching – the perfect 30°C weather for that sweet sticky ice cream to melt on your whole hand.

We’re not saying it’s going to be a mess, but there are plenty of hot Hamilton days ahead and plenty of new ice cream spots to try.

On the mountain, just south of Vinil on Upper James Street, is a modest house with signs for the barber, the jeweler, the money changer and the ice cream parlor: Suriana ice cream and cake It is the place to be.

Palestinian-Syrian sisters Iman and Wafaa Sasa opened their sweet shop this spring. The duo had an ice cream parlor in Damascus, Syria for seven years before opening it in Hamilton.

They sell Kawartha Dairy ice cream and also Arabic style ice cream, which has a completely different texture than the Ontario brand. This dairy-based frozen dessert is made with mastic, a vegetable resin, and topped with pistachios. Arabica ice cream is stretchy and gummy, unlike Kawartha’s smooth dairy blend, and is sliced ​​from a roll rather than a scoop.

Suriana also sells a variety of sweet and savory pastries. Their specialty is safiha, a meat pie made with filo-like dough from the Palestinian city of Ramle.

Check out Soryana from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday and 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Sunday at 646 Upper James St.

Two new ice cream stores in Hamilton are introducing sweet Thai-style dairy.

EZ Rolls Ice Cream It opened at the end of last summer inside the EZ-Mart on the Strathbarton Mall. Flavors like lemon and s’mores biscuits and cream cheese are mixed together and poured into an ice tray.

The frozen dessert is then quickly rolled up and served in a cup.

eZ Rolls Ice Cream is open from 3pm to 10pm on weekdays and from 2pm to 11pm on weekends at 1565 Barton St. E.

ice cubes, which will open soon at 129 Locke St. S., displays the same rolled frozen dairy products.

In Westdale, dairy candy veterans OMG Ice Cream and Frozen Desserts beWeeks” away from opening, with renovations underway on the King Street West space.

The Brantford-based company is bringing soft serve, frozen yogurt, sandwich style and more to Hamilton, its third location.

Perhaps lucky customers will be able to find ice cream tacos every Tuesday this summer at the King St.W. 1047.

La Debre On Rymal Road east, west of Upper Gage Street, is the place for you If you are looking for ice cream dipped in a variety of toppings.

The Quebec-based ice cream chain opened its first spot in Hamilton in October inside Mr. Sub. And there, as they say, they are ready to dip “almost everything”.

They serve ice cream, donuts, Cheesecake Factory and more from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily (with slightly intense hours on Sundays) at 973 Sands Road. E.

If you really want to, you can order La Diperie ice cream cake for delivery on Skip The Dishes.

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