10Below Ice Cream is a new store in New York City serving a traditional Thai street food most Americans have never tried: rolled ice cream.
This is a typical line for the shop.
First you pick your flavor combo.
To make your order, they pour a liquid ice cream and the mix-ins into a chilled metal container, which cools the combo as they chop in the ingredients. Then they use a metal scraper to roll the chilled ice cream into scrolls. Watch:
It only takes two minutes! And it's totally ~mesmerizing~. See?
This is basically a super-fast version of what happens in any ice cream maker. Here's the Smores Galore in progress.
The Smores Galore comes with a toasted marshmallow.
This is the Strawberry Shawty.
It has graham crackers and strawberries in the ice cream and on top.