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Food for thought: Scoop and Crumb

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There’s something appealing about an ice cream shop being painted in an ice cream colour.  This pistachio delight is just a pebbles throw away from Brighton beach and is one not to be missed.

Having opened in 2007, this popular ice cream parlour attracts customers from all over the UK throughout the year.  Be blown away by the spectacular choice of sundaes Scoop and Crumb has to offer.

The owners of this local family business are sure to make you feel welcome and their clear passion for what they do is bound to rub off on you.  Their cheery personalities are reflected in the colourful decor, which is a definite mood lifter and don’t forget to venture upstairs where you can sit by the window and watch the world go by.

If you’re as indecisive as us then make sure to get comfortable in the retro-style chairs while you try to decide which treat you want to devour!  It’s no surprise that Scoop and Crumb have already collected two awards for their scrumptious products, notably their ‘Proper Chockywocky’ flavour ice cream.

Ice cream lovers will be pleased to see a freezer full of appealing ice cream flavours ranging from the classics such as ‘Timeless Vanilla’, to the totally innovative ‘Swedish Cinnamon and Ginger Biscuit’.   The ice creams are as fresh as they taste, having been made just upstairs and comprising of local products.  Be prepared to browse through the largest ice cream sundae menu in the UK; almost one for every week of the year.  Our favourite is the ‘Banoffeebocker’, which looks (almost!) too good to eat but if you’re up for a challenge, why not attempt the ‘8 Ball Sundae’.

As well as the extensive range of sundaes, Scoop and Crumb also offer an array of mouthwatering cakes, brownies and the largest waffles in Brighton so you’ll be spoilt for choice.  Coffee made from freshly roasted premium beans tastes perfect whether in a Latte or an Americano.  If you’re more of a chocoholic, the creamy, luxurious hot chocolate is sure to satisfy your taste buds.

However, sweet isn’t for everyone (hard to believe but true) so Scoop and Crumb have recently introduced a range of savoury dishes to satisfy these customers.

Despite some debate over whether they should have stuck to what they know, the range of eleven comically named hotdogs could convert even the most diehard dessert fan.  Served in a toasted ciabatta, the locally sourced hotdogs are like no other.  They also offer toasties and Scandinavian open sandwiches so you can have the whole dining experience under one roof.

Scoop and Crumb has something for everyone from tantalising desserts to hunger satisfying lunches. When you visit, one thing’s for sure; you’ll want another Scoop and you won’t leave a Crumb!

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